It didn’t take long for the Als to take advantage of the situation in the Arena league. No GM, No problem… Very impressed, not wasting time.
The receiver position is no longer a position where the Als are at a disadvantage with other teams.
Looks like Deslauriers or Gorrell went back and gave a second chance to Michael Sanelli who was not given a fair shot last season. I like the patience.
[justify]Fabian Guerra (5’11?, 200 lbs.) played with the Columbus Destroyers in the Arena Football League, in 2019, where he was named Rookie of the Year. In 2018, he won the National Arena League championship with the Carolina Cobras. He also spent time in the Alliance of American Football with the Memphis Express. The 24-year-old receiver from Miami, FL played college with the Fairmont State University Fighting Falcons where he was voted to the 2015 and 2016 All-MEC Second Team, and to the 2014 All-MEC First Team. He ended his collegiate career with 233 catches, 2,805 receiving yards, and 20 touchdowns in 30 games. The receptions were a Fairmont State record, while the yards and touchdowns ranked second and third in school history, respectively.[/justify]
[justify]Malachi Jones (6’3″, 215 lbs.) spent time in the NFL with the Chicago Bears and the Atlanta Falcons. In 2019, he played in the Arena Football League where he won the ArenaBowl with the Albany Empire and was named Offensive Player of the Year and Wide Receiver of the Year. He was also named on the First Team All-Arena. In 2018, he also collected honours as he was named AFL Rookie of the year, Wide Receiver of the Year and named on the First-Team All-Arena. The Lawrenceville, GA native played four years in college for the Appalachian State University Mountaineers. The 25-year-old receiver caught 124 balls and earned 1,711 yards with eight touchdowns in 49 games.[/justify]