Key Points:

  • Titus Swen, former Wyoming Cowboys running back, joins the Memphis Showboats.
  • Swen recorded impressive stats at Wyoming, including a school record 98-yard TD run.
  • Despite a brief stint with the Indianapolis Colts, Swen aims to make an impact with the Showboats.

Titus Swen, after an illustrious career with the Wyoming Cowboys, has signed with the Memphis Showboats. Swen led the Cowboys with seven touchdowns and rushed for 785 yards in 2021.

In 2019, Swen made an immediate impact as a true freshman, rushing for 349 yards. His performance included a 136-yard game against UNLV.

Before college, Swen was a standout at Eaton High School in Fort Worth, Texas. He rushed for 3,467 yards and scored 44 touchdowns over three years.

Swen’s transition to the professional level began with the Indianapolis Colts. However, after just nine days, Swen was waived by the Colts.

Scouting reports suggest Swen faces challenges due to his size and play speed. Despite this, his patience and quick footwork were highlighted as strengths.

His college career concluded with 2,173 yards, ranking him 10th in Wyoming’s history. His final season featured 1,039 rushing yards.

Swen was dismissed from the Wyoming Cowboys program by Head Coach Craig Bohl in 2022 due to violations of team rules. The decision came shortly after Swen posted a career-high 212-yard game in a loss to Boise State, marking a sudden end to his tenure with the team.

Despite his dismissal, Swen expressed gratitude towards the Wyoming football program, acknowledging it as “a good program” and showing appreciation for the support from fans. His departure from Wyoming was framed by Swen as a disagreement over game planning, indicating a difference in vision between the player and the coaching staff.

The Memphis Showboats anticipate Swen’s contribution to their offense. His signing is seen as a potential boost for the team’s running game.

The Showboats waived running back Kennedy Brooks out of Oklahoma. His journey included stints with the Philadelphia Eagles and the Philadelphia Stars before joining the Showboats. He signed with the Stars in 2023 before they folded. He was named Second-team All-Big 12 in 2019 at Oklahoma.

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Mark Perry Editor
Mark Perry, a devoted sports journalist and founder of UFL News Hub, has been a key figure in XFL, USFL and UFL coverage since 2018.

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