1995 Tampa Bay Storm Roster

Arena Football League (Arena League)
Team Record: 10-2
Finishing 1st in the Arena League's South Division of the National Conference
Postseason: 3-0 Won Championship
Coach: Tim Marcum (10-2)
Location: Tampa, Florida
Attendance: 89,651, Avg. 14,942 in 6 home dates
1995 Tampa Bay Storm Statistics
1995 Tampa Bay Storm Results

The Tampa Bay Storm of the Arena Football League ended the 1995 season with a record of 10 wins and 2 losses, finishing first in the Arena League's South Division of the National Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 3-0.

Defensively, the Storm paced the circuit with just 378 points allowed. Tampa Bay moved the ball well, scoring 605 points. Jay Gruden threw for 2,787 yards. Stevie Thomas hauled in 67 balls for 1,002 yards. George LaFrance contributed to the receiving game also.

Cedric McKinnon ran for a team-leading 222 yards.

Tracey Perkins intercepted 5 opponent throws. Kent Wells, Ivan Caesar and Sylvester Bembery each topped the defensive unit with 4 sacks, part of an overall team total of 25 sacks.

Tim Marcum coached the team. The 1995 Tampa Bay Storm won the Championship.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown GP
Grantis BellWR/DBAugust 11, 19665'8"165West VirginiaFt. Lauderdale, FL 5
Sylvester BemberyOL/DLMarch 1, 19656'3"285Central FloridaMiami, FL 12
Eddie BrownWR/LBFebruary 27, 19696'0"180Michigan StateMuskegon, MI 3
Bobby ByrdWR/LBAugust 27, 19685'11"200Miami (FL)St. Petersburg, FL 2
Ivan CaesarFB/LBJanuary 7, 19676'1"241Boston Col.St. Thomas, Virgin Islands11
Jorge CimadevillaKNovember 11, 19656'0"200East Tennessee StateDecatur, GA 12
Chris ConlinOL/DLJune 7, 19656'4"290Penn St.Philadelphia, PA USA11
Corey DowdenDSOctober 18, 19685'11"190TulaneNew Orleans, LA USA12
Johnny EatonOL/DLNovember 16, 19676'3"260Eastern New MexicoHowton, TX 2
Jay GrudenQBMarch 4, 19676'2"200LouisvilleTampa, FL 12
Kelvin HarrisOL,CMay 17, 19696'2"295Miami (FL)Ft. Myers, FL 4
Tony HarrisWR/DBNovember 18, 19686'1"200Mississippi5
Tony JonesFB/LBSeptember 5, 19706'2"250Illinois State10
Jake KelchnerQBJune 27, 19706'2"215West Virginia11
George LaFranceOSSeptember 24, 19656'0"180Baker (KS)New Iberia, LA 12
Joe MarchOL/DLJune 18, 19676'3"270Murray StateRidgely, TN 9
Connell MaynorQBJanuary 21, 19696'0"180North Carolina A&TFayetteville, NC 1
Cedric McKinnonFB/LBFebruary 2, 19686'3"240Bethune-CookmanMiami, FL 8
Tracey PerkinsDSAugust 28, 19685'10"180Lamar (TX)Houston, TX 9
Jamie RedmondWR/DBNovember 1, 19695'10"185Middle Tennessee StateOakridge, TN 1
Lynn RowlandOL/DLApril 23, 19676'2"260Arkansas StateGreensboro, GA 12
Lawrence SamuelsWR/LBMay 1, 19706'2"215Livingston (AL)Mobile, AL 12
Tracy SandersWR/DBMay 16, 19666'0"180Florida StateBradenton, FL 7
Stacey SimmonsWR/DBAugust 5, 19685'9"183FloridaClearwater, FL USA9
Stevie ThomasWR/LBJuly 24, 19676'1"210Bethune-CookmanSt. Petersburg, FL 12
Kent WellsOL/DLJuly 25, 19676'4"295NebraskaLincoln, NE USA12
Wayne WilliamsWR/DBOctober 14, 19695'10"185Louisiana StateColumbia, TX 7
Deatrich WiseOL/DLMay 6, 19656'4"275Jackson StateEvergreen, AL 6
Willie WyattOL/DLSeptember 27, 19675'11"275AlabamaBirmingham, AL USA11