The roster for the Inaugural Season of Brooklyn Bolts football has started to take shape as training camp opens in Coral Springs, FL. The team features players from football factories like Notre Dame, Auburn, Oregon, Georgia, Florida and Tennessee.
At the Quarterback position, Corey Robinson – who is one of just five quarterbacks in NCAA FBS history to throw for over 3,000 yards and accumulate 3,000 yards of totel offense in four different seasons. The Paduch, KY native who attended Troy University ranks ninth all-time with 13,477 career passing yards. He will be competing with Kolton Browning from the University of Lousiana-Monroe. The former All-Sun Belt signal caller finished his senior campaign with 2,179 passing yards and 23 touchdowns despite missing two games due to injury.
Joining Robinson and Browning in the back field are Dennis Johnson – who appeared in eight games for the Houston Texans last season, and Mario Fannin, who was a member of the 2011 BCS Champion Auburn Tigers. Fannin spent three seasons with the Denver Broncos organization following his time with the Auburn Tigers.
Another recognizable name on the Bolts roster is Mike Golic, Jr. who spent four seasons with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. He has spent parts of the last two years with the New Orleans Saints and Pittsburgh Steelers. His father is a host of the national radio program Mike & Mike on ESPN Radio.