December 21, 2017
Texas Revolution Communications
The Revolution is happy to announce the re-signing of running back Darius Fudge to the team. The 6’0″, 220-pound star leads the team in career rushing touchdowns (39) and rushing yards (931), has 15 career receiving touchdowns and 1,905 all-purpose yards. It’ll be the WCU product’s fifth season with the Revs as they begin their quest for another CIF Championship.
Returners: LaDon Hudson, Brett Reece, Mack Lafaele
Last year Hudson generated 157 yards on 10 receptions (15.7 yds/rec) in the fifteen games he played in. He also was the team’s second-leading tackler – 77 total on the season. His 7.5 sacks led the team. He added three forced fumbles and three interceptions. The MNU product should prove frustrating to the opposition once again.
Despite having only played in eight games last year, Reece still had a major impact on the team by racking up a total of 187 yards on 17 receptions (11.0 yds/rec) and 7 touchdowns – a very dynamic receiver who has spent time with the San Antonio Talons in the AFL.
In the five games he played, Lafaele (DL) recorded 8 solo tackles and 2 assisted tackles (10 total tackles) having 2 tackles for a loss.
Free Agents: Quinton Abron, Frank Brown, Treavor Pugh, Deshon Conley
Abron produced a total of 32 solo tackles last year with Amarillo, averaging 4 tackles per game, but was with the Revs two seasons ago. Abron has also played for the Omaha Beef, the team Texas defeated in the championship last season.
Brown is a recent acquisition from the Dallas Marshals.
Pugh, a recent pickup from the Centex Cavalry, recorded a total of 25 solo tackles and 3 assisted tackles (28 total tackles) in the nine games he played for the now-defunct team from Belton.
Conley was recently upgraded from the Chicago Blitz (AIF) to join the secondary for the Revolution.