Hamburg Sea Devils bring in two more pre-college players

Hamburg Sea Devils bring in two more pre-college players

Munich – The Hamburg Sea Devils team continues to take shape for the first season in the European League of Football. Two former college players have joined the Hanseatic League. Security Verkedric Vaughan is responsible for the defense and Adria Botella Moreno for the tight end of the offense.

The defensive back for the Baylor Bears in NCAA Division I lasted four years, and in 2018 he made 57 tackles. Sea Devils general manager Max Patz insisted, “He has proven his class to a high standard and I know Verkederick Vaughan was on the list of some NFL teams since his college days.”

Vaughn “want to make the people around me better”

Vaughan will play outside the US for the first time this year. “My goal is to win the championship. I want to play my part, I will play hard and aggressively, but also smart. It is my goal to make the people around me better,” said the 25-year-old in front.

Botella Moreno has been playing for German teams for two years. The Catalan, once active for the Sioux Falls Cougars in NCAA Division II, ran for the Allgu Comets in the GFL in 2019 and switched to league competitor Dresden Monarchs last year.

Botello Moreno awaits “the biggest stage on the continent”

With his signing, the Spanish international has two major goals: “In the European League of Football I now have the opportunity to showcase my talent on the biggest stage in the continent and recommend myself to an even bigger stage. I work with I want the Sea Devils to take the title. I’m a winner who wants nothing more than to lose.”

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Head coach Ted Dasher is pleased about the special reinforcements. “Like Werkedrich Vaughan, Adria Botella Moreno was a favorite candidate for our franchise. It can be used not only as a tight end, but also as a receiver if necessary. It The flexibility makes it particularly valuable to the team,” said the 66-year-old.

ELF. Eight teams start in

Just a few days earlier, the club announced the signing of defensive back Justin Rogers and running back Xavier Johnson. Former NFL professional Kasim Adebili will also appear for the team.

In the newly created ELF, the Hamburg Devils meet seven contestants. The Berlin Thunder, Frankfurt Galaxy, Cologne Centurion, Stuttgart Scorpions and Leipzig Kings also draw from Germany, while the Wroclaw Panthers from Poland and the Barcelona Gladiators from Spain provide their international recognition.

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