2015 Spokane Shock Roster

Arena Football League (Arena League)
Team Record: 7-11
Finishing 2nd in the Arena League's Pacific Division of the National Conference
Postseason: 0-1 Lost Conference Semifinal
Coach: Andy Olson (7-11)
Location: Spokane, Washington
Attendance: 72,314, Avg. 8,035 in 9 home dates
2015 Spokane Shock Statistics
2015 Spokane Shock Results

The Spokane Shock of the Arena Football League ended the 2015 season with a record of 7 wins and 11 losses, finishing second in the Arena League's Pacific Division of the National Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 0-1.

Spokane racked up 847 points, while the leaky defense allowed 971. Warren Smith threw for 1,816 yards, while Carson Coffman and Arvell Nelson played quarterback, too. Anthony Amos hauled in 110 balls for 1,205 yards. Nick Truesdell was targeted regularly as well.

Warren Smith rushed for a team-leading 119 yards for the Shock, and Bryson Kelly also aided the ground game.

Mike McMillan intercepted 5 opponent throws. James Ruffin topped the defensive unit with 14 quarterback sacks, leading the way for a team which created 30 sacks.

Andy Olson coached the team. The 2015 Spokane Shock lost in the Conference Semifinal.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Patrick AfifOL,OT,OTMarch 20, 19836'7"323Washington StateTemecula, CA
Anthony AmosAugust 2, 19906'0"185Middle Tennessee State
Matt BassuenerQBApril 8, 19846'2"205GeorgetownPort Edwards, WI
Braylon BellWRAugust 24, 19866'6"205Abilene Christian (TX) ,
Jarrett BrownJanuary 23, 19876'3"220West Virginia
Rashaad CarterOctober 18, 19896'2"210Tusculum (TN)
Samuel CharlesDecember 2, 19856'3"210Edward Waters College (FL)
Carson CoffmanQBApril 29, 19886'3"215Kansas StatePeculiar, MO
Devon DaceSeptember 14, 19905'11"190Rhode Island
Ruschard Dodd-MastersDBMay 2, 19826'0"185Nevada-Las VegasRichmond, CA
Dominique DusterJanuary 14, 19895'11"290North Alabama
J.T. FitzgeraldJuly 17, 19906'1"205Rocky Mountain (MT)
Deveric GallingtonMay 6, 19906'3"335Texas Tech
Sergio GilliamWR/DBMarch 29, 19856'3"195ClemsonGreer, SC
Rod HarperWRMarch 26, 19856'0"200Murray StateWest Samoset, FL
Will HuntMay 17, 19916'4"260Charleston Southern
Mark JacksonJuly 5, 19886'6"325Glenville State (WV)
Andre JonesWR/DBMay 25, 19855'11"195AkronForestville, MD
Bryson KellyJuly 1, 19896'1"260Central Washington
Ricardo KempDBDecember 9, 19865'11"190Tennessee ,
Micah KingFB/LBSeptember 5, 19845'11"240Southern IllinoisEast St Louis, IL
Alex MageeDTApril 28, 19876'2"295PurdueOswego, IL USA
Kevin McCulloughFB/LBJune 29, 19846'2"250CincinnatiHudson, OH
Mike McMillanFebruary 14, 19905'11"205Ashland (OH)
Arvell NelsonQBSeptember 27, 19886'5"225Texas SouthernCleveland, OH
Rory NixonSeptember 10, 19916'1"305St. Augustine`s
Sam PopeDBOctober 21, 19876'0"195HamptonBeaufort, SC
Jeff RichardsJanuary 3, 19916'2"210Emporia State (KS)Oklahoma City, OK
Daniel RileyJanuary 16, 19846'4"260Harding College (AR)
Taylor RowanKJanuary 12, 19876'0"190Western IllinoisMelbourne, FL
James RuffinDLFebruary 6, 19876'4"265Northern IowaBurnsville, MN
Jabin SambranoMarch 13, 19905'11"185Montana
Rickey SimpsonDecember 19, 19916'2"245Illinois State
Warren SmithFebruary 20, 19906'1"200Maine
Danny SouthwickQBSeptember 28, 19816'1"200Occidental College (CA)Provo, UT
Derrick SummersFB/LB,DLJune 19, 19886'1"262ToledoSouthfield, MI
Terrance TaylorDLMay 14, 19866'1"300MichiganMuskegon, MI
Matangi TongaFBJanuary 6, 19886'2"290HoustonSan Mateo, CA
Nick TruesdellTEMarch 14, 19906'7"240Grand Rapids CC (MI)
Sam TupuaOLNovember 15, 19906'2"315IdahoWilmington, CA
Mike WashingtonWROctober 19, 19865'8"175Hawai`iAliquippa, PA
Christian WiseWR/DBSeptember 12, 19856'1"175Clark Atlanta (GA)Lake Balboa, CA