TUCSON, ARIZONA – The Tucson Sugar Skulls added four players to their 2020 training camp roster bringing the total to 26 players signed for the team’s second season.

Pending the upcoming release of the 2020 Indoor Football League schedule, the Sugar Skulls expect to begin training camp in early March under new head coach Dixie Wooten.

The four players signed are:

Linwood Banks, 6’1, 290 pounds, defensive line, Grambling State University. Appeared in 12 games in 2016 where he had nine tackles, five unassisted. In 2017 he played in all 13 games on the defensive line and finished the year with 24 tackles including 15 solo. He also had three tackles for loss.

Reggie McGee, 6’1, 240 pounds, defensive end, Ball State University. McGee played at Hartnell Junior College in Salinas, California. During his junior college career, he recorded 52 tackles and a program-record 15 sacks. He helped the team finish 10-1 overall in 2015. He then went to Ball State University where he played in 11 games each in 2016 and 2017. In his final year at Ball State, he had four tackles and a fumble recovery.

Warren Messer, 5-11, 227 pounds, linebacker, Elon University. Messer appeared in all 11 games as a true freshman and recorded 45 total tackles including seven solo, 3½ tackles for loss and two sacks. In 2016 Messer started eight games, where he had a total of 66 tackles, ½ tackles for loss and 1½ sacks. In 2017 he earned multiple awards including All-American honors from STATS FCS and Phil Steele and First-team All-CAA Football linebacker. His senior year in 2018 he had a total of 93 tackles and 44 of them solo and ranked fourth in CAA.

Jeremy Schonbrunner, 6’3, 310 pounds, center, Temple University. Played in 30 games at Temple and started nine. Began his indoor football career in 2014 and started 13 games for the Tampa Bay Storm in 2015. Most recently played with the Columbus Lions of the National Arena League.

The updated Sugar Skulls roster:

Name                                Pos           Ht        Wt       College

Brandon Bailey                 DB             6’1       185      Savannah State

Ryan Balentine                  WR            6'1       180      Southern Mississippi

Linwood Banks                 DL             6’1       290      Grambling State

Adolphus Barnes              OL             6'4       285      Eastern Illinois

Kordell Brewster               OL             6'2       270      UL-Lafayette

Cory Butler                        DB/WR      5'9       180      Utah

Cam Gaddis                      DB             6'1       195      Pima Community College

Jajuan Harley                    DB             6'2       215      Middle Tennessee State

Jeremiah Harris                WR            5'8       155      Webber International

Mike Jones                        RB             5'11     210      Bethune-Cookman

Lawrence Keys                 OL             6'2       300      UNC-Pembroke

TreQuan King                   RB             5'11     190      Texas Tech

DJ Loving                          OL             6’3       306      Grand View University

Kyle Martin                        DB             5’9       190      Arkansas State

Tevin Madison                  DB             5’10     180      Texas Tech

Johnny McCrary               QB             6'4       210      Vanderbilt

Reggie McGee                 DL             6’1       240      Ball State

Warren Messer                 LB              5-11     227      Elon University

Robert Metz                      DL             6'4       240      Dixie State

Michael Minter Jr.             DB             6,0       175      Middle Tennessee State

Daquan Neal                     QB             6'2       215      Elizabeth City State

Koree Reed                       WR            6'0       185      Hartwick College

Jeremy Schonbrunner      OL             6’3       310      Temple University

Kent Shelby                      WR            6'2       210      McNeese State

Ryan Wood                       DB             6’1       200      Chadron State

Khalil Young                      DL             6’5       240      Mississippi Valley State

The Sugar Skulls will play seven regular-season home games at the Tucson Arena beginning in March with the regular season running through June. The IFL playoffs will begin in early July.

Season tickets for the 2020 season are currently on sale to the general public with reduced prices from the 2019 season in several sections of the arena. Season ticket information is on the Sugar Skulls website at www.tucsonsugarskulls.com. Information also is available by calling the team office at (520) 573-3000. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday