Last week, the San Antonio Brahmas started to prepare their roster for the training camp, which begins on Friday. Heading into training camp, the Brahmas needed to cut their roster, which had over 90+ players, to 75 players. In response to the 75-player roster limit, the Brahmas cut 21 players from their active roster. Those cuts left the Brahmas with 74 players on their active roster, which allowed San Antonio room to add one more player heading into training camp to their active roster.

Today, a UFL press release shows that the Brahmas filled that last roster spot by adding more depth to their defensive line by signing Kwabena Bonsu.

Bonsu is a 6’4″, 286-pound defensive lineman from Austell, Georgia. The defensive end played college football for the US Army Academy in West Point, NY. The Georgia native played 51 games for the Black Knights from 2018 until 2022.

During his career at Army, Bonsu recorded 129 tackles, seven quarterback sacks, and 15 tackles for loss. His senior year in 2022 was his most successful season, and he registered 47 tackles and 2.5 quarterback sacks. Coming out of West Point, Bonsu participated in a pro day to be evaluated by NFL scouts. Bonsu did not get drafted but received an invite to the Jacksonville Jaguars Rookie Mini-Camp in 2023.

Coming to the Brahmas gives Bonsu a chance to continue to pursue his dream of playing professional football. He joins a Brahmas defensive line with three All-XFL players, Drew Beesley, Caeveon Patton, and Delontae Scott. Scott led the Brahmas in quarterback sacks with seven during the 2023 XFL season.

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Aaron Sauter
Aaron Sauter is a 23-veteran high school football coach that is also an fan of all levels of football. He is especially interested in alternative football leagues like the CFL, UFL, and IFL. Aaron enjoys analyzing innovative schemes on offense and defense during his free time.

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