Currently free agent Canadian football quarterback. He most recently plays for the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. He was signed by the Carolina Panthers as an undrafted free agent in 2007. He was later signed by the Seattle Seahawks. He signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 2008 and was traded to Toronto in 2010.
Bell played in 40 games at West Texas A&M, with 21 starts. He guided the Buffalo to back-to-back Lone Star Conference championships and a 20-4 record in two seasons as the team's starting quarterback. He threw for 7,841 yards and 63 touchdown during his career at West Texas A&M, connecting on 699 of 1044 passes.
As a senior, he completed 386 of 583 passes for 3,998 yards and 32 touchdowns. As a junior, he passed for 3,799 yards and 30 touchdowns, completing 311 of 454 passes. He threw for more than 400 yards in four of the 11 games he started. As a sophomore, he completed just one of five passes for eight yards, but ran for a 54-yard touchdown against Texas A&M-Kingsville.
Currently a Canadian Football Quarterback for the Calgary Stampeders. He was signed by the St. Louis Rams as a undrafted free agent in 2007. Tate has also played for the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
Tate was a three-year starter at Iowa.He ranks second in school history in career touchdown passes (61), completions (665), attempts (1,090) and passing yards (8,292) and third in wins by a starting quarterback (21). Tate’s senior year he ranked second in the Big Ten with 238.5 passing yards per game.
Almond finished with 7,342 passing yards, the second most in school history, behind Brett Favre's total of 7,695 in 1987-90. He set the school single-season record of total offense at 2,762 yards. Ending his career with 51 touchdown passes tying him for second most touchdowns in school history.
inside receivers coach Texas Tech University (ex-client)
Cumbie was signed as a free agent by the Indianapolis Colts after college, but later released. And as of the 2006 season he briefly signed with the Baltimore Ravens, but was released. Cumbie then joined the Los Angeles Avengers in the Arena Football League. He started 12 games his first season as a rookie, returns as the Avengers starting quarterback in 2007. He agreed to a two-year contract on Oct. 19, 2005, which kept him in Los Angeles through the 2007 AFL season. Playing in a total of 13 games in 2006, Cumbie completed 268-of-450 for 3,241 yards and 59 touchdowns in 2006. He also scored three touchdowns on the ground. In 2007 Cumbie led the Avengers to the playoffs while throwing for 83 touchdown passes and 4,370 yards.
Cumbie walked on at Texas Tech, where he enrolled as a student in 2000. He often battled against other scholarship quarterbacks, whom he would later beat out for the starting job such as Cody Hodges and later turned receiver Robert Johnson. He served as 3rd stringer from 2000–2002, back up to record setter B.J. Symons in 2003, and won the starting job in 2004 over Hodges and Johnson. He delivered two big blowouts, a 70-35 win over TCU, and a 70-10 drubbing of Nebraska. Tech was upset by New Mexico 27-24. In Big 12 play Tech defeated Kansas State, Kansas 31-30, Nebraska 70-10, Oklahoma State 31-15, and Baylor. They played eventual National finalist Oklahoma to a close 28-13 score and also played a thriller at Texas A&M, losing in overtime 32-25. The Raiders finished 5-3, 7-4 overall, for third in the Big 12 South, and were invited to the Holiday Bowl.
Cumbie led #23 ranked Texas Tech to a win in the 2004 Holiday Bowl over then #4 California Golden Bears. Cumbie went 39-60 (65%) and a career high 520 yards and three touchdowns. His performance in that game earned him M.V.P. honors.
Sonny threw for nearly 3,000 yards with 48 TDs against just 5 INTs. In 2004 he led the NCAA in passing at Texas Tech. At Texas Tech University, Cumbie pass for 4,742 yards (No. 6 all-time in NCAA Division 1-A history) and 32 touchdowns.
Currently a Canadian Football Quarterback for the Montreal Alouettes.
Josh was a 4 year starter at Angelo State University 2005-2010. Josh was stand out quarterback at Angelo setting several Angelo State Passing Records:Passing Yards (Season, Career), Passing TD's (Game, Season, Career), Completions (Season, Career), Total Offense (Season), Passing % (Season, Career), Passing Yards Average per Game (Season, Career), Most Consecutive 300 Yard Passing Games (Most Consecutive and Season), Most Consecutive 200 Yard Passing Games (Most Consecutive and Season).
Currently a Free Agent of the Arena Football League.
He was formerly of the Texas Southern University Tigers and Oklahoma State UniversityCowboys. In 2008 Reid Stats for Texas Southern were admirable considering he did not finish the season because of a knee injury. He went for 148-261 for 1791 yards and 12 TDS with 6 INTS and only 8 sacks. His college career 4,934 yards and 39 TDs.
Reid played high school football at Galena Park North Shore High School in Houston, where, as a senior, he led them to the Class 5A Division I Championship. He was also named Houston Touchdown Club’s Offensive Player of the Year, and was named the all-Greater Houston, all-district and the district’s Most Valuable Player.
Professional Experience: Currently free agent rookie assigned to the Kansas City Command as of April 2012. July 2011 Eskridge signed as an undrafted free agent with the Dallas Cowboys. September 2011 Eskridge was signed to the Toronto Argonauts practice squad before joining the squad in Kansas City.
College: Eskridge started 31 games for Midwestern State in Wichita Falls. He finished his career with the mustangs setting numerous school records including passing yards (6,953), touchdown passes (64), completions (570), passing attempts (867), completion percentage (65.7), pass efficiency rating (152.9), 300-yard passing games (6) and 200-yard passing games (21).