Four-year veteran joins Jacksonville for 2018
JACKSONVILLE – The Jacksonville Sharks announced today that Center Dante Moses signed with the Jacksonville Sharks for his fourth year of arena football and first season with the Sharks.
Moses (6’3”, 315) joins the Sharks for his fourth season of arena football and first with the Sharks. Moses signed with the Sharks during the 2017 offseason but did not report to training camp. He instead signed with the Arizona Rattlers and then finished the season in Spokane with the Empire. In 2016, Moses played for the So Cal Coyotes of the Southern California Football League (SCFL) where he helped the Coyotes to an undefeated season and a league championship. Moses also played for the IFL’s Colorado Crush during the 2016 season. Moses spent the 2015 season with the Las Vegas Outlaws for his rookie season of arena football.
Moses finished his college career at Adams State University, a Division II school in Alamosa, Colorado. As a senior, he played in all 12 games for Adams State as an offensive lineman. The 315-pound lineman helped the Grizzlies to a 2,129 rushing yard season. Moses began his college career at Pasadena City College where he earned All-Conference honors before transferring to Adams State.
Moses is a native of Houston, Texas where he attended Jack Yates high school. During his high school career, he was an All-Conference and All-Region offensive lineman.
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