Seattle Dragons Roster (XFL Football)

Jim Zorn returns to the city where he started his professional football career

The Seattle Seahawks are about to get another roommate. In addition to sharing CenturyLink Field with the Seattle Sounders of Major League Soccer, the Seahawks will soon share their home with another pro football team next week when the Seattle Dragons of the XFL will take up residence in one of the loudest stadiums in the country. The Dragons will be the 14th professional football team to set up shop in the state of Washington.

 

The Dragons will be coached by a man who's well known in Seattle. Most football fans know Jim Zorn as one of the top offensive minds in the game, but as a player, Zorn was the first starting quarterback in the history of the Seahawks (1976-84). He also guided the Seahawks to their first playoff appearances in team history (1983, 84), and served two different tenures as the team's quarterbacks coach (1997, 2001-07). Now it's up to Zorn to make history with the Dragons as the XFL makes its second go-round.

 

Zorn will have a nice stable of talent to work with thanks to October's 2020 XFL Draft. The Dragons obtained a bevy of former Alliance of American Football players in Brandon Silvers, B.J. Daniels, Kenneth Farrow, Ja'Quan Gardner, Trey Williams, Nyles Morgan, Will Sutton, and Evan Rodriguez. They also have a former service academy standout on board in Navy's Keenan Reynolds. Here's how the rest of the roster shakes out.

 

Note: Roster subject to change.

 

No.

Name

 

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

College

2

Kasen

Williams

WR

6'1"

218

Washington

7

B.J.

Daniels

QB

5'11"

222

South Florida

9

Brock

Miller

P

5'11"

190

Southern Utah

10

John

Santiago

WR

5'9"

170

North Dakota

11

Sergio

Bailey

WR

6'0"

185

Eastern Michigan

12

Brandon

Silvers

QB

6'3"

224

Troy

13

Austin

Proehl

WR

5'9"

182

North Carolina

14

Alonzo

Moore

WR

6'1"

199

Nebraska

16

Dontez

Byrd

WR

5'11"

180

Tennessee Tech

19

Keenan

Reynolds

WR

5'10"

190

Navy

20

Kenneth

Farrow

RB

5'10"

219

Houston

21

Mohammed

Seisay

CB

6'1"

202

Nebraska

23

Trey

Williams

RB

5'8"

195

Texas A&M

24

Marko

Myers

CB

5'10"

185

Southeastern

25

Steve

Williams

CB

5'9"

181

California

27

Johnathan

Alston

CB

6'1"

206

NC State

30

Channing

Stribling

CB

6'2"

188

Michigan

31

Ja'Quan

Gardner

RB

5'5"

201

Humboldt State

32

Tyson

Graham

S

6'2"

208

South Dakota

33

Jordan

Martin

S

6'2"

204

Syracuse

34

Jeremy

Clark

CB

6'3"

206

Michigan

35

Godwin

Igwebuike

S

6'0"

212

Northwestern

39

Santos

Ramirez

S

6'1"

202

Arkansas

41

Noah

Borden

LS

6'1"

220

Hawaii

50

Dillon

Day

C

6'3"

301

Mississippi State

51

Praise

Martin-Oguike

DE

6'0"

258

Temple

52

Kyle

Queiro

LB

6'2"

215

Northwestern

55

Nick

Temple

LB

5'10"

224

Cincinnati

56

Nyles

Morgan

LB

6'1"

230

Notre Dame

57

Marcel

Frazier

DE

6'5"

256

Missouri

59

Steven

Johnson

LB

6'1"

239

Kansas

68

Cyril

Richardson

G

6'5"

329

Baylor

69

William

Campbell

G

6'5"

309

Michigan

72

Anthony

Moten

DT

6'4"

315

Miami

73

Kirk

Barron

C

6'2"

309

Purdue

75

Venzell

Boulware

G

6'3"

306

Tennessee

76

Michael

Dunn

T

6'5"

300

Maryland

77

Quinterrius

Eatmon

T

6'6"

313

South Florida

79

Isaiah

Battle

T

6'6"

312

Clemson

81

Colin

Jeter

TE

6'5"

250

LSU

84

Ben

Johnson

TE

6'4"

246

Kansas

85

Cam

Clear

TE

6'5"

277

Texas A&M

88

Evan

Rodriguez

TE

6'2"

239

Temple

89

Connor

Hamlett

TE

6'7"

259

Oregon State

90

Stansly

Maponga

DE

6'2"

256

TCU

91

Anthony

Johnson

DE

6'3"

279

FIU

92

Durrant

Miles

DE

6'4"

263

Boise State

93

Will

Sutton

DT

6'1"

303

Arizona State

94

Pasoni

Tasini

DT

6'4"

297

Utah

97

Jacquies

Smith

DE

6'3"

253

Missouri

99

Jordan

Thompson

DT

6'2"

284

Northwestern

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