Tucson Sugar Skulls

Former Cienega Standout Edgar Poe Makes It Four Former Southern Arizona Players on 2020 Tucson Sugar Skulls Preseason Roster


Information from the Tucson Sugar Skulls’ media relations department contributed to this report:

The Tucson Sugar Skulls have added another local player to the 2020 preseason roster, signing wide receiver Edgar Poe, a football and track star from Cienega High School.

Poe joins three other former local products on the Sugar Skulls’ roster — Santa Rita and Pima College defensive back Cam Gaddis, Canyon del Oro linebacker Robert Metz and Tucson High lineman Antonio Rosales.

Poe, 6-foot-5, 208 pounds, appeared in 37 games in a four-year career at Army (U.S. Military Academy West Point). He caught 43 passes for 982 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Edgar Poe was a standout senior receiver for Army (Army photo)

He earned three letters in football and four in track at Cienega and was voted to the All-Region football team during his senior year. He graduated in 2013.

Poe has two years of professional indoor football experience in the National Arena League where he played for the Maine Mammoths and the New York Streets.

Also joining the Sugar Skulls is Marvin Hart Jr., a 5-foot-11, 182-pound defensive back from Stony Brook University in New York. Hart played in 25 games over three seasons at Stony Brook and recorded 43 tackles and four interceptions. He also returned kicks for the Seawolves.

Cam Gaddis (Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

Hart played at Lake Minneola High School in Minneola, Fla.

The Sugar Skulls now have 34 players signed for training camp. Players report to camp on March 3 and begin practice March 5 in preparation for the season opener on March 19 at the Cedar Rapids River Kings.

An open tryout for additional roster spots is set for Saturday, Feb. 29, at Salpointe Catholic High School (1545 E. Copper St.). Registration is at 8 a.m. and the tryout will begin promptly at 9 a.m. The cost is $80 per player. Cash and money orders are the only acceptable forms of payment. All players intending to try out must register and sign a waiver to participate. The general public is invited to attend.

The Sugar Skulls will play seven regular-season home games at the Tucson Arena with the home opener on March 29 against the Duke City Gladiators. The regular season will go through June 27. 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. 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. Single-game tickets go on sale on March 2.

2020 Tucson Sugar Skulls Roster

* Denotes player from Southern Arizona
     
NamePosHtWtCollege
Brandon BaileyDB6’1185Savannah State
Ryan BalentineWR6'1180Southern Mississippi
Johnathan BanksQB6'2220Tulane University
Linwood BanksDL6’1290Grambling State
Adolphus BarnesOL6'4285Eastern Illinois
Jermaine BerryWR6'1205East Central University
Daniel BowenPK6'0210St. Bonaventure
Kordell BrewsterOL6'2270UL-Lafayette
BJ ButlerDL6’4300Louisville
Cory ButlerDB/WR5'9180Utah
*Cam GaddisDB6'1195Pima Community College
Jajuan HarleyDB6'2215Middle Tennessee State
Jeremiah HarrisWR5'8155Webber International
Marvin Hart Jr.DB5'11182Stony Brook University
Marquise IrvinWR6’3216Mercer University
Randall Jackson-ClemonsOL6’4301Georgetown College
Mike JonesRB5'11210Bethune-Cookman
TreQuan KingRB5'11190Texas Tech
DJ LovingOL6’3306Grand View University
Tevin MadisonDB5’10180Texas Tech
Chris MartinDL6’5265Florida
Kyle MartinDB5’9190Arkansas State
Johnny McCraryQB6'4210Vanderbilt
Reggie McGeeDL6’1240Ball State
Warren MesserLB5'11227Elon University
*Robert MetzDL6'4240Dixie State
Michael Minter Jr.DB6,0175Middle Tennessee State
Daquan NealQB6'2215Elizabeth City State
*Edgar PoeWR6'5208U.S. Military Academy West Point
Koree ReedWR6'0185Hartwick College
*Antonio RosalesOL6'4300San Diego State
Jeremy SchonbrunnerOL6’3310Temple University
Ryan WoodDB6’1200Chadron State


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