2018 Washington Valor Roster

Arena Football League (Arena League)
Team Record: 2-10
in the Arena League
Won Championship
Coach: Dean Cokinos (0-4)
Coach: Benji McDowell (2-6)
Location: Washington, District of Columbia
Attendance: 40,457, Avg. 6,743 in 6 home dates
2018 Washington Valor Statistics
2018 Washington Valor Results

The Washington Valor of the Arena Football League ended the 2018 season with a record of 2 wins and 10 losses, in the Arena League.

The Valor managed just 482 points, worst in the league, and the shaky defensive squad allowed 642, most in the circuit. Arvell Nelson threw for 1,509 yards. Reggie Gray topped pass catchers, snagging 71 balls for 769 yards. Josh Reese contributed to the receiving game, too.

Arvell Nelson ran for a team-leading 127 yards for Washington.

Fred Obi and Michael Everett each seized 2 opponent throws.

Dean Cokinos and Benji McDowell coached the team. The 2018 Washington Valor won the Championship.

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Player Pos. Birth Date Height Weight College Hometown
Nick AddisonFebruary 1, 19936'2"185Bethune-Cookman
James AtoeOctober 1, 19916'7"375Washington
Shane AustinQBJune 14, 19896'1"200Hawai'iOxnard, CA
Tracy BeltonDBMay 8, 19846'0"185MassachusettsMarlboro, MD
Austin BrownSeptember 14, 19916'2"300Miami (OH)
Zack BullockFebruary 10, 19936'4"250South FloridaSebring, FL
Patrick ClarkeOctober 22, 19916'3"210Buffalo
JR CollinsFebruary 20, 19916'3"250Virginia Tech
Will CorbinDecember 8, 19906'6"315Appalachian StateDunn, NC
Qua CoxApril 28, 19915'11"190Jackson State
Jared DangerfieldWRAugust 9, 199281'3"205Western KentuckyWest Palm Beach, FL
Svante DavenportFebruary 15, 19906'1"185North Alabama
Nick DavilaQBMay 22, 19856'3"210CincinnatiLa Verne, CA
Oshay DunmoreDBMarch 16, 199481'3"205Southern OregonNewport, OR
Chris DuvaltWRDecember 12, 19875'10"175IllinoisLakeland, FL
Michael EverettNovember 30, 19915'10"180Southwest Minnesota StateMiami, FL
Roosevelt FallsLBAugust 23, 19896'1"230Louisiana TechAtlanta, TX
Jimmy GordonAugust 1, 19916'2"275Buffalo
Reggie GrayWR/DBApril 29, 19845'10"185Western IllinoisChicago, IL
Roderick HendersonOctober 29, 19926'1"360Alabama StateMontgomery, AL
Alvin JacksonWR/LBSeptember 27, 19806'1"200Albany State (GA)Sardis, MS
Michael KnightJune 25, 19915'10"185Minnesota West CC
John LawJuly 31, 19946'0"240Appalachian StateAtlanta, GA
Douglas McNeilJuly 20, 19886'3"200Bowie State (MD)
Arvell NelsonQBSeptember 27, 19886'5"225Texas SouthernCleveland, OH
Fred ObiSeptember 7, 19906'1"190San Diego
Anthony ParkerOLMarch 2, 19886'5"330Western MichiganMiami, FL
Jake PayneDLMarch 14, 19946'4"275Shenandoah (VA)Catharpin, VA
Josh ReeseJanuary 3, 19916'0"185Central Florida
Greg ReidDBSeptember 8, 19905'10"190Florida State
Kent RichardsonWR/DBApril 21, 19876'0"200West VirginiaTallahasse, FL
Brandon SesayLBDecember 16, 19866'6"280Texas TechAtlanta, GA
Khreem SmithDEJuly 7, 19796'4"250Oklahoma St.St. James, Jamaica
Warren SmithFebruary 20, 19906'1"200Maine
TT ToliverWRJanuary 31, 19775'11"185Bethune-CookmanDaytona Beach, FL
Siosifa TufungaMay 14, 19936'3"315WashingtonLos Angeles, CA
Josh VictorianCBJuly 10, 19885'10"190Louisiana TechNew Orleans, LA
David WashingtonOctober 11, 19926'2"320Faulkner
Reggie WilsonApril 2, 19926'3"255Texas-Austin
Rod WindsorWRApril 24, 19856'2"215Western New Mexico StateBessemer, AL



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