The day after the Brahmas signed quarterback Tom Flacco, San Antonio officially signed quarterback Quentin Dormady to their active roster. In addition to signing Dormady, the Brahmas have re-signed wide receiver TJ Vasher and have signed Nigerian lineman Haggai Chisom Ndubuisi, according to the most recent press release from UFL Communications.

Brahmas Secure 1st Pick in the UFL Super Dispersal Draft

Quarterback Quinten Dormady was the Brahma’s first selection during the UFL Super Dispersal Draft. During the 2023 XFL season, Dormady played quarterback for the Orlando Guardians. Dormady played in seven games for the Guardians in 2023, and he completed 140 passes on 205 pass attempts for 1,507 passing yards, resulting in 10 passing touchdowns and five interceptions.

Before coming to the XFL, Dormady played college football at the University of Tennessee (2015-2017), the University of Houston (2018), and Central Michigan University in 2019. During his career at the college level, Dormady played in 28 games, completing 292 passes with 475 pass attempts for 3,603 yards, 21 touchdowns, and 15 interceptions.

Brahmas Re-Sign Vasher

Wide receiver TJ Vasher returns to the San Antonio Brahmas after playing in 9 games for the Brahmas during the 2023 season. During the 2023 season, Vasher caught 16 passes for 173 yards and scored two receiving touchdowns for San Antonio. Before coming to the XFL, Vasher spent time with the Dallas Cowboys in 2022, and he played college football at Texas Tech from 2016 until 2020.

Haggai Takes a Unique Path to San Antonio

Along with signing Dormady and Vasher, the Brahmas have also signed Nigerian lineman Haggai Chisom Ndubuisi. Ndubuisi is a product of the NFL’s International Player Pathway Program; the NFL allocated Ndubuisi to the Arizona Cardinals in 2022 and the Denver Broncos in 2023. Before playing professional football, Ndubuisi played soccer and basketball. Ndubuisi is 6’7″ and 323 pounds, and his size opened doors that allowed him to find a road into professional football. The UFL press release lists Ndubuisi as an offensive tackle but also has the size and athleticism to play nose tackle on defense.

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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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