LOS ANGELES (LAKissFootball.com) - The LA KISS announced today two exciting player additions with the assignments of former National Football League (NFL) talents, Defensive End David Veikune and Wide Receiver Josh Jarboe. Both will make their Arena Football League (AFL) debuts this season.
"The additions of Josh Jarboe and David Veikune to the LA KISS roster are significant and demonstrate our organization's ability to attract the best athletes available to fill key positions," stated Schuyler Hoversten, President of LA KISS. "This announcement further shows our commitment to building a winning team and providing our fans the best live experience in sports!"
Jarboe (6'3", 205, Arkansas State) joins LA KISS on the offensive side of the ball and brings NFL size and speed to the team. Jarboe was one of the top wide receiver recruits in the nation coming out of high school before playing at Oklahoma and finishing his collegiate career at Arkansas State. At Arkansas St. Josh finished with 104 receptions for 1300 yards and 6 TDs, which earned him All Sun Belt conference honors. He spent time with the Washington Redskins in the NFL and is expected to showcase his athletic talents for LA KISS.
"With David Veikune on the defensive side of the ball and Josh Jarboe on the offensive side of the ball, our team instantly became more physical and talented," said Bob McMillen, Head Coach for LA KISS. "David is a big, physical defensive end who is violent with his hands and plays with an attitude and is always on the move. Josh brings immense talent and a ton of upside as he is an explosive player who can stretch the field. I'm looking forward to seeing both of them in LA KISS uniforms."