LWOS IFL Free Agency Transaction Tracker

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Jamal Tyler jukes out a Cedar Rapids defender en route to the end zone as the Iowa Barnstormers clinched home-field advantage throughout the IFL playoffs. Photo by Connor Ferguson.

Since the Indoor Football League’s Free Agency kicked off officially on October 1, there have been a plethora of signings across the league.

Last Word On Sports is pleased to announce that we have put all of the latest free agent signings in one place for you!

LWOS IFL Free Agency Transaction Tracker

The list will be updated each weekday (as most signings don’t happen on the weekends) with the newest signings for that day, as well as a comprehensive team list at the bottom of this article.

All 12 teams have now started signing players, meaning the off-season is in full swing. Look for the schedule to be announced soon.

New Signings added
Wednesday, November 20
WR Terence Grady to Spokane

Tuesday, November 19
OL Jackson Dallas to San Diego
OL Jeremy Schonbrunner to Tucson
DL Linwood Banks to Tucson
DL Reggie McGee to Tucson
LB Warren Messer to Tucson

Signings By Team

Arizona Rattlers
Coach – Kevin Guy
31 total, 2 QB, 1 RB, 9 WR, 5 OL, 4 DL, 2 LB, 7 DB, 1 K
QB – Drew Powell, Livingstone, 2018 IFL MVP
QB – Verlon Reed Jr., Ohio State
RB – Shadrach Thorton, NC State
WR – Jarrod Harrington, Campbellsville
WR – Anthony Amos, Middle Tennessee State
WR – Sheldon Augustine, Langston
WR – Elijah Marks, Northern Arizona
WR – Jamal Miles, Arizona State
WR – Donta Armstrong, West Alabama
WR – Dez Stewart, Ohio Dominican
WR – John Diarse ll, TCU
WR – Rico Barnett, Houston Baptist
OL – Abram Holland, New Mexico State
OL – Lamar Mady, Youngstown State
OL – Steven Gurrola, Arizona
OL – Kamryn Bennett, Cal
OL – Sean Brown, Mississippi Valley State
DL – Nikolaus D’Avanzo, New Mexico
DL – Terrence Fullum, Richmond
DL – Connor Flagel, Central Missouri
DL – Lance McDowdell, UCF
DL – Josh Gordon, Minnesota State Mankato
LB – Ricky Wyatt Jr., Central Arkansas
LB – Ovenson Cledanord, Delta State
DB – Bryce Enyard, Northwest Missouri State
DB – Davontae Merriweather, West Texas A&M
DB – Tyrell Pearson, South Alabama
DB – Allen Chapman, Kansas State
DB/WR – Dillion Winfrey, Central Arkansas
DB – Kamron Johnson, Northern Arizona
DB – Devin Cockrell, UTEP
K – Jimmy Camacho, Fresno State

Went to XFL – OL – Brandon Haskin, Tennessee State

Bismarck Bucks
Coach – Rod Miller
29 total, 2 QB, 1 RB, 5 WR, 4 OL, 6 DL, 3 LB, 7 DB, 1 K
QB – Tasleem Wilson, UAB
QB – Domonique Harris, Benedict
RB – Jaymar Anderson, East Stroudsburg
WR – Ari Werts, Georgia State
WR – Ryan Feiss, Shepherd
WR – Eric Lauderale, Arizona State
WR – Bryan Miller, Virginia Tech
WR – Wanya Allen, Sheperd
OL – Ken Van Heule, Midwestern State
OL – Leon Hill, Illinois
OL – Justin Brown, Benedict College
OL – Austin Donegan, Lindenwood
DL – LaTreze Mushatt, Murray State
DL – LaDarius Harris, Southern Miss
DL – Keevin Austin, Nassau Community College
DL – Nate Paxton, Georgia State
DL – Antonio Jemison, Faulkner
DL – Lawrence Omolayo, Pace
LB – Monte Gaddis, Towson State
LB – Justin Owens, Stephen F. Austin
LB – Daniel Peterson, Idaho
DB – Donte Watkins, Missouri Western State, NFL Chiefs
DB – Malik Brown, Henderson State
DB – Marcus Green, Oklahoma
DB – Darren Kelley, North Dakota State
DB – Zuril Hendrick, Edinboro
DB – Deion Carter, Robert Morris
DB – Ibrahim Conteh, Howard
K – Cody Barber, Coolidge HS

Cedar Rapids River Kings
Coach – Victor Mann
12 total, 2 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 0 OL, 3 DL, 0 LB, 2 DB, 0 K
QB – Derrick Bernard, Sul Ross State
QB – Javin Kilgo, Midwestern State
RB – Michael Dyer, Auburn
RB – Eddie Lusk lll, Eastern Illinois
WR – Shaq Curenton, New Mexico Highlands
WR – Tamarick Vanover Jr., Morehouse
WR – William Gibbs, Houston
DL – Walter Walker Jr., South Florida
DL – Sam Mabany, New Mexico
DL – Desmond Raiford, Tusculum College
DB – Tyler Hanks, Ferris State
DB – Treavor Pugh, Langston

Duke City Gladiators
Coach – Pig Brown
10 total, 1 QB, 0 RB, 4 WR, 0 OL, 1 DL, 1 LB, 3 DB, 0 K
QB – Nate Davis, Ball State
WR – Sedrick Johnson, Iowa State

WR – Daron Clark, Stillman
WR – Dello Davis, Harper College
WR – Demarius Washington, Tyler College
DL – Anthony Jackson ll, William Penn
LB – Jayson Serda, Eastern New Mexico, 2018 CIF DPOY
DB – Ibrahim Maiga, Eastern New Mexico
DB – Jaime Ramirez, Fort Lewis
DB – Antonio Brown, Virginia-Lynchburg

Green Bay Blizzard
Coach – Cory Roberson
9 total, 0 QB, 0 RB, 3 WR, 1 OL, 1 DL, 1 LB, 3 DB, 0 K
WR – Kezlow Smith, Lakeland
WR – Keshaun Taylor, Mars Hill
WR – Levi Copelin, Pittsburgh State
WR – Eric Thomas, Troy
OL – Tyshon Mosley, Portland State
DL – Deldrick Canty, Louisiana Tech
LB – Dayshawn Taylor, South Carolina State
DB – Marquez Gollman, Grand Valley State
DB – Bakari Triggs, Lindenwood
DB – Joe Powell, Oklahoma
DB – Heath Harding, Miami-Ohio

Iowa Barnstormers
Coach – Ameer Ismail
30 total, 3 QB, 2 RB, 6 WR, 5 OL, 5 DL, 2 LB, 6 DB, 1 K
QB – Caleb Holbrook, Oklahoma Panhandle State
QB – Vincent Espinoza, Lincoln
QB – Kurt Palandech, UNLV
RB – Darrian Miller, Northern Iowa, 2018 CIF MVP
RB – Jamal Tyler, Pittsburgh State
WR – Connor Hollenbeck, Edinboro
WR – Raheem Harvey, Lewis Clark Valley
WR – Brandynn Clark, Missouri Western State
WR – Tristan Payton, UCF
WR – Carrington Thompson, Western Michigan
WR – Ryne Griesnauer, Southern Connecticut State
OL – Corey Madlock, UT Martin
OL – Quante Hines, Bluefield
OL – Zach Fondal, Kansas
OL – Donnell Pastor, Jackson State
OL – Joshua Keith, Stephen F. Austin
DL – Schnayder Termidor, Ithaca
DL – Toni Pulu, Texas A&M Commerce, CFL-Montreal Alouettes
DL – TJ Winslow, Harding
DL – CJ Thornton, Davenport
DL – Donnell Bonds, Fairmont State
LB – Jibreel Hazly, Florida A&M, CFL-BC Lions
LB – Ameris Caleb Bailey, Western Michigan
DB – Jeremy Glotson, Elon

DB – Jamal Marshall, North Texas, NFL-Seahawks
DB – Jourdan Wickliffe, Eastern Illinois
DB – Oscar Opara, Iowa State
DB – Kareem Green, Tabor College
DB – Justin Wyatt, Limestone College
K – Nathan Criswell, Iowa Central

Oakland Panthers
Coach – Kurt Bryan
20 total, 1 QB, 2 RB, 5 WR, 1 OL, 4 DL, 2 LB, 5 DB, 0 K
QB – JaJuan Lawson, Rhode Island
RB – Davonte Sapp-Lynch, New Mexico Highlands
RB – De’Shawn Jones, Campbell
WR/RB – Troy Evans, Marshall
WR – Josh Harper, Fresno State
WR – Isaiah Lewis, Appalachian State
WR – JJ Brania-Hopp, Washburn
WR – Terrance Bynum, Florida Tech
OL – Taylor Tappin, Sacramento State
DL – Charles Williams, Northwood
DL – Rodderick Darden, Thomas More
DL – Larry Ross, Portland State
DL – Karmah Yates, East Central
LB/DL – Adonis Davis, Florida Tech
LB – DJ Calhoun, Arizona State
DB – Keith Trumps, Tuskegee
DB – Cleveland Wallace III, San Jose State
DB – Cam Hilton, Missouri
DB – Tee Shepard, Ole Miss
DB – Marloshawn Franklin Jr., Cal

Quad City Steamwheelers
Coach – Cory Ross
21 total, 1 QB, 2 RB, 10 WR, 0 OL, 5 DL, 0 LB, 2 DB, 1 K
QB – E.J. Hilliard, FIU
RB – Bradley Mitchell, Mount Union
RB – Marcus Bagley, Saint Francis
WR – Keyvan Rudd, Minnesota State Mankato
WR – Quinton Pedroza, Hawaii
WR – Speedy Noil, Texas A&M
WR – Chris Robb, Southwest Baptist
WR – JT Stokes, Wingate
WR – Tre Harvey, East Central
WR – Odell Spencer, Holmes CC
WR – Zeccheus Roberson, Albany
WR – Rashawn Dickerson, Charleston
WR – Londell Lee, UT Martin
DL – Ondre Pipkins, Texas Tech
DL – Trevonte Valentine, LSU
DL – Demetrius Hill, USF
DL – Ralph Green, Indiana
DL – Witche Exilhomme, American International
DB – Malik Duncan, Saint Francis
DB – Antonio Marshall, Indiana
K – Jacob Stytz, Augustana

San Diego Strike Force
Coach – Burt Grossman
19 total, 1 QB, 1 RB, 2 WR, 3 OL, 4 DL, 2 LB, 5 DB, 1 K
QB – Michael Carrillo, San Jose State
RB – Nathaniel Chavious, Sacred Heart
WR – Marques Rodgers, Western New Mexico

WR – Treydonte Hill, Western New Mexico
OL – Jonte Berry, NW Oklahoma State
OL – DJ Park, South Carolina
OL – Jackson Dallas, Portland State
DL – Anthony Pruitt, Kent State
DL – Manny Wright Sr., USC
DL – Skye King, York
DL – Robert Caldwell Jr., College of the Desert
LB – Ralph Harvey Jr., Houston
LB – D’Vonta Derricott, Arkansas Tech
DB – Omar Cook, Southern
DB – Micah Eugene Jr., SE Louisiana
DB – Jarmaine Doubs Jr., Southern Utah
DB – EJ Johnson, Rockford
DB – Shaine Boyle, Faulkner
K – Ernesto Lacayo, Hastings

WR Marquel Wade has signed with the NAL’s Jacksonville Sharks

Sioux Falls Storm
Coach – Kurtiss Riggs
9 total, 2 QB, 2 RB, 1 WR, 1 OL, 2 DL, 0 LB, 1 DB, 0 K
QB – Lorenzo Brown Jr., Sioux Falls, 2019 United Bowl MVP
QB – Tommy Armstrong Jr., Nebraska
RB – Nolan Saraceni, Montana Tech
RB – Tevin McCaster, Youngstown State
WR – Brandon Sheperd, Oklahoma State
WR – Terence Grady, Eastern Washington
OL – Forrestal Hickman, Missouri S&T
DL – Zach Dodge, Minnesota State Mankato
DL – Claude Davis, USF
DB – Solomon St. Pierre, Sioux Falls

Spokane Shock
Coach – Billy Back
10 total, 1 QB, 0 RB, 2 WR, 2 OL, 2 DL, 0 LB, 3 DB, 0 K
QB – Charles McCullum, Stillman College
WR – Jordan Jolly, Navarro College
WR – Josh Stewart, Oklahoma State
OL/DL – Bill Vavau, Utah State
OL – Dave Lefotu, Hawaii
DL – Steve Miller, Ohio State
DL – Nick Woodman, Utica College
DB – Michael Green, Lenoir-Rhyne
DB – Seth Ellis, Pima CC
DB – Cedric Poole, Miles College

Tucson Sugar Skulls
Coach – Dixie Wooten
26 total, 2 QB, 2 RB, 4 WR, 5 OL, 3 DL, 2 LB, 8 DB, 0 K
QB – Daquan Neal, Elizabeth City State, 2019 IFL MVP
QB – Johnny McCrary, Vanderbilt
RB – Mike Jones, Bethune-Cookman
RB – TreQuan King, Texas Tech

WR – Ryan Balentine, Southern Mississippi, 2019 LWOS IFL MVP
WR – Kent Shelby, McNeese State
WR – Jeremiah Harris, Webber International
WR – Koree Reed, Hartwick
OL – Jeremy Schonbrunner, Temple
OL – Kordell Brewster, Louisiana
OL – DJ Loving, Grand View
OL – Lawrence Keys, UNC Pembroke
OL – Adolphus Barnes, Eastern Illinois
DL – Reggie McGee, Ball State
DL – Khalil Young, Mississippi Valley State
DL – Linwood Banks, Grambling State
LB – Robert Metz, Dixie State
LB – Warren Messer, Elon

DB – Cam Gaddis, Pima CC
DB – Tevin Madison, Texas Tech
DB – Jajuan Harley, FSU/MTSU
DB – Michael Minter Jr., Middle Tennessee State
DB – Kyle Martin, Arkansas State
DB – Cory Butler, Utah
DB – Ryan Wood, Chadron State
DB – Brandon Bailey, Savannah State

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