San Antonio Commanders Roster

Player Position College
Appleby, Austin QB Purdue
Baggs, Donnie LB Texas A&M
Barnes, Deion LB Penn State
Benton, DaShawn DB East Carolina
Castillo, Sergio K West Texas A&M
Cobb, David RB Minnesota
Earl, Malik WR Missouri State
Ezechukwu, Danny LB Purdue
Gardner, Tim T Alcorn State
Gilbert, Jamari DB Incarnate Word
Godin, Matthew DT Michigan
Gonzales, Herbert NT Texas State
Green, Aaron RB Texas Christian
Hines, Will DB Southeastern Louisiana
Howard, Ra’Zahn DT Purdue
Huss, Ben G Duquesne
Jordan, Austin TE Texas A&M-Commerce
Knight, Trevor QB Texas A&M
Letuli, Jovann G Akron
Lewis, Patrick C Texas A&M
Mabry, Ashaad DT Texas-San Antonio
McDonald, Andrew T Indiana
McPhearson, Josh RB Penn State
Mickey, Max RB Sioux Falls
Miley, Arthur DE Southern U.
Myers, Robert LB Minnesota State
Nickelson, Tristan T Texas
Oliver, Marcus G Houston
Perez, Luis QB Texas A&M – Commerce
Petrose, Aamir DE Wesley
Reden, Stehly TE Texas A&M-Kingsville
Richardson, Cyril G Baylor
Richardson, Daryl RB Abilene Christian
Robinson, Khiry RB West Texas A&M
Sheehy, John DE West Texas A&M
Shockley, Ed LB Villanova
Smith, Marlon DE Texas-San Antonio
Smith, Riley WR West Texas A&M
Stewart, Josh WR Texas-San Antonio
Sturm, Dalton QB Texas-San Antonio
Tsesmetzis, Dimitrios TE Western Connecticut State
Vaughan, Dustin QB West Texas A&M
Wade, Jordan NT Oklahoma
White, Oscar DB Dubuque
Whitley, Carl WR Abilene Christian
Winfrey, Dillion DB Central Arkansas
Zamora, Ishmael WR Baylor
Zema, Joseph P Incarnate Word


Head Coach, San Antonio Commanders

Mike Riley played college football for the University of Alabama under legendary head coach Paul “Bear” Bryant from 1971-1974 as a defensive back. Immediately following his playing days, Riley began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at the University of California in 1975.

In 1977, Riley was hired as the defensive coordinator at Linfield College. His six-year tenure featured five conference titles and an undefeated NAIA Division II championship season in 1982.

Riley joined the Canadian Football League in 1983 as an assistant coach for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and was part of their 1984 Grey Cup championship team. In 1987, he became the second youngest head coach in CFL history at age 33, leading Winnipeg to two Grey Cup titles in three seasons.

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