Cornerback Will Davis brought a wealth of experience to the Salt Lake City Stallions when he joined the team in 2019. The corner played collegially with Utah State from 2011 to 2012 finishing with 99 total tackles, 8 tackles for loss, and 5 picks for 100 yards and a TD.
A third round selection of the Miami Dolphins in 2013, Will played with the Ravens and 49ers before returning to Salt Lake City- recording an interception, 5 pass deflections, and 30 combined tackles. Routinely tested on the outside, Davis recorded 14 pass deflections, 1 interception, 2 fumble recoveries, and 26 total tackles for Salt Lake.
After the AAF imploded Will was spotted on the roster of the XFL 2020 Showcase in Houston but did not join the XFL.
Travis Feeney played college ball at Washington. He saw action in 51 games for the Huskies over 4 years at linebacker. His best year arguably came in 2015, when he notched 56 total tackles, 17.5 tackles for loss, 8 sacks, 2 pass deflections, and 1 fumble recovery. Sometimes deployed in coverage, Feeney recorded 11 career pass deflections, and 4 interceptions for 148 yards and a TD.
He was a 6th round pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers, and spent most of the season on their practice squad, before ending the year on the roster of the New Orleans Saints. Cut in mid 2017, Feeney kept in playing shape, and signed with the San Diego Fleet in 2018. He had a solid year during the AAF‘s short 8 game season, posting 28 tackles, and a pick.
Travis spent the next year in the CFL, first briefly with the Alouettes, and then the Argonauts- but with COVID striking down the CFL, Feeney opted out of his contract and decided to give The Spring League a shot, playing for the Jousters.
Channing Stribling played defensive back collegially at Michigan from 2013-2016. He amassed 69 total tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble, 15 pass deflections, and 6 picks for 91 yards and a TD. After going unselected in the 2017 NFL draft, Channing was on and off the practice squads of Cleveland and Indianapolis that year. In 2018, he was in camp with the 49ers- later returning to the Colts, and then to the Chargers.
After being cut in October of 2018, Stribling decided to give the Alliance of American Football a shot. He was assigned to the Memphis Express and started in the team’s young secondary, posting 19 total tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 4 pass deflections, and an interception for 31 yards.
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