Salt Lake Stallions Roster

Player Position College
Allen, Austin QB Arkansas
Anderson, Dres WR Utah
Applewhite, Jomez DB Southern Mississippi
Asiata, Matt RB Utah
Balderree, Tanner TE Brigham Young
Banderas, Josh LB Nebraska
Bell, Kenny WR Nebraska
Bennett, Jake C Colorado State
Benoit, Kani RB Oregon
Brown, Cody DB Arkansas State
Brown, Diavante DT Liberty
Brown, Sean T Mississippi Valley State
Callender, Nick G Colorado State
Carew, Tanner LS Oregon
Carrezola, Luke LB Connecticut
Chapman, Mark WR Central Michigan
Colorito, Evan LB Colorado State
Cottom, Brandon RB Purdue
Cummings, Ryan T Wyoming
Daniels, B.J. QB South Florida
Davis, Will DB Utah State
Denham, Anthony TE Utah
Duckworth, Aaron RB Idaho
Dyer, Javier DT Reinhardt
Etta, Emeka DB Wayne State
Figaro, Lubern DB Wisconsin
Geary, Will DT Kansas State
Grant, Ashton WR Assumption
Hamilton, Darius DT Rutgers
Hights, LaVonte G Shepherd
Hoppes, Tyler TE Nebraska
Hunt, Cameron T Oregon
Hyemang, Lord DT Columbia
Jennings, Adonis WR Temple
Johnson, Jeremiah DB Concord (WV)
Jones, Bryan LB Saginaw Valley State
Jones, Marcus DB Northwest Missouri State
Kanuch, Tuni G Brigham Young
Kelly, Anthony WR Kutztown
Linehan, Matt QB Idaho
Love, Christian DB Henderson State
Luke, Robert T Montana
Malan, Cardon DE Weber State
May, D.J. RB Wyoming
McCulley, Ty T Colorado State-Pueblo
Moala, David DT Utah State
Mobley, Sam WR Catawba
Monday, Demetrius DB Kent State
Moxley, Trae G Colorado State
Nelson, Blake LB Colorado-Mesa
Newby, Terrell RB Nebraska
Norrils, Cheatham DB Toledo
Odom, Chris DE Arkansas State
Olmstead, D.J. DB Washburn
Onunwor, Alfonso WR Idaho
Parker, Trey DT Washburn
Pierson, De’Mornay WR Nebraska
Poutasi, Jeremiah T Utah
Price, Darius DB Siena Heights
Ragin, Johnny III LB Oregon
Rausa, Tyler K Boise State
Rehkow, Austin P Idaho
Reilly, Trevor LB Utah
Roberts, George T Delta State
Robertson, Korey WR Southern Mississippi
Schwab, Ty LB Boston College
Sommerville, Khalil DT Buffalo State
Spencer, Andrew DB Winona State
Tanielu, Handsome DT Brigham Young
Tarver, Cameron LB California (PA)
Taylor, Colton LS Virginia Tech
Thompson, Juwan RB Duke
Tiller, Aaron LB Southern U.
Truesdell, Nick TE Grand Rapids JC
Uhatafe, Salesi G Utah
Webster, Javon LB Glenville State
Wieneke, Jake WR South Dakota State
Williams, Anthony LB Utah State
Willis, Keon DB Ohio State
Wilson, Eddy DE Purdue
Wogan, Matt K Oregon
Woodrum, Josh QB Liberty
Wroblewski, Steve TE Southern Utah

DENNIS ERICKSON

Head Coach, Salt Lake Stallions

Dennis Erickson began his head coaching career at the University of Idaho, quickly becoming the school’s all-time winningest head coach in just four seasons with the Vandals (1982–85), taking them to the I-AA playoffs in his first and fourth seasons. Prior to joining the Vandals as head coach, the program had posted only four winning seasons in over four decades.

After successful stints at Wyoming (1986) and Washington State (1987-88), Erickson replaced Jimmie Johnson as head coach of Miami. In six seasons with the Hurricanes (1989-94), he won two national championships (1989 and 1991). In 1992, Hurricane Andrew ripped through South Florida, forcing Miami coaches, staff and students out of their homes. Despite the adversity, The Hurricanes went 11-0 during the year, defeating three top-10 teams, including two on the road, before falling to second-ranked and undefeated Alabama 34-13 in the Sugar Bowl. Erickson was recognized as Big East Coach of the Year while quarterback Gino Torretta earned the Heisman Trophy, just the second Hurricane to take home the honor, joining Vinny Testaverde in 1986. Erickson accumulated a 63-9 record with the Hurricanes, the highest win percentage in school history.

Timothy Mark Lappano

Offensive Coordinator

Henry Darnell Henderson

Defensive Coordinator

Daniel Kay Cozzetto

Offensive Line Coach

Michael Gray

Defensive Line Coach

Dennis Creehan

Linebackers Coach

Ronnie Lee

Defensive Backs Coach

Nick James

Defensive Quality Control

Jason Phillips

Wide Receivers Coach

Ronald Fouch

Quarterbacks Coach

Nick Alaimalo

Running Back / Offensive Quality Control

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