Storm Revamp Offensive Line
Offensive Linemen 2017 Season Sioux Falls StormWritten by Kayley Shade, Director of Social Media Marketing

Sioux Falls, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm is eager to announce the signings of offensive linemen Rashaud Mungro, Kyle Bryant, Jabari Buckley, Jarien Moreland, Fred Ruff, Faleaoga Russell and Lawrence Smith to their 2017 roster.

Mungro (6'6, 330) will be returning for his forth season with the Storm. He was named to the Second Team All-IFL squad in 2014 and 2015. Mungro spent time with the Orlando Predators of the Arena Football League and played for the Eastern Kentucky Drillers of the UIFL where he was a First Team All-UIFL selection.

Bryant (6'6, 315) joins the Storm for his second season in the IFL. Kyle played at Youngstown State University after transferring from Bowling Green University. During his career at Youngstown, he played in 21 games and started 16 during his senior year. Kyle was the 2013 and 2014 recipient of the Dwight "Dike" Beede Scholarship.

Buckley (6'6, 330) played for the Chicago Eagles of the Champions Indoor Football (CIF) League during the 2016 season. Leading the line in Chicago, the Eagles rushed for over 1,000 yards. Jabari signed with the Sioux Falls Storm of the IFL for the 2017 season.

Moreland (6'5, 310) spent time with the Canadian Football League's (CFL) B.C. Lions. He then played with the Nebraska Danger of the IFL. During the 2016 season, Jarien spent time with the Portland Steel off the AFL. Moreland signed with the Sioux Falls Storm for the 2017 season.

Ruff (6'6, 320) signed with the Sioux Falls Storm of the IFL for the 2017 season. During the 2016 season, Fred played for the Chicago Eagles of the CIF and the Cedar Rapids Titans of the IFL. Being apart of the line in Chicago, the Eagles rushed for over 1,000 yards and while with the Titans, rushers recorded over 968 rushing yards and 30 touchdowns.

Russell (6'5, 325) signed with the Sioux Falls Storm for the 2017 season. He played collegiately at Lincoln University.

Smith (6'3, 305) signed with the Sioux Falls Storm for the 2017 season. He played collegiately at Lincoln University where he was an All-County defensive tackle at Lincoln University.

"Games are won by dominating the line of scrimmage," said Storm General Manager Tyler Pederson. "These guys up front will be fun to watch and should make for a very competitive camp."

The Storm home opener is Friday, Feb. 17th with a kickoff time of 7:05pm. 2017 Sioux Falls Storm season tickets are now available for purchase. Visit www.siouxfallsstorm.com to renew/purchase your tickets.

 
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