USA Men's Club 7s Rosters And How To Watch

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It's a wide-open Men's Club 7s Championships, and here's a look at the rosters (at least the ones that have been submitted).

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Pool A Rosters

Washington Athletic Club
   
Mystic River
Shane Moore Wing 
DiegoMaquieiraForward
MilesCraigwellHooker
OliverEngelhartScrumhalf
Mathew TurnerCenter
BrianPattersonWing
DionCrowderWing
Cameron DavidowiczProp 
IanWright Fullback 
BryanMichelProp
ScottDeanHalfback 
AkinolaRaymondScrumhalf
PeterTiberioFlyhalf 
MikelFaceyWing 
TommyClarkProp
Chris Frazier Prop 
Noah Wright Scrumhalf 
IanLucianoScrumhalf
Eric DuechleProp
DarrenChanScrumhalf
Mike PalefauProp
RatuRinakama Flyhalf
LuiSitamaProp
AdnanKawumaHooker




GeorgeKokkalisCenter/Hooker







NAV 7s

Park City Haggis
MaximBennettHooker 
To BeFinalized
AustinLyonsProp



ShawnRileyCenter



BlakeJacksonFlyhalf



EmersonBessellFlyhalf/Prop



HeathSorkinScrumhalf



Jessie Herborn Back



WalterWooScrumhalf



TyrekHuntleyCentre



RobJohnsWing



CoreyJonesCenter



ElliotBryersFullback




NAV 7s has some players still looking to make a name for themselves. Corey Jones is well-known, but the rest aren't really. They well be. Mystic seems to be, at the moment, without speedster Jeron Panter. Still they have some players like Bryan Michel who know their way around the game, and Ratu Rinakama can break defenses all day long.

WAC is a pretty experienced team with Mike Palefau, Peter Tiberio, and Miles Craigwell all players with Sevens World Series tournaments under their belts. Watch out for AIC talent and Washington state local boy Lui Sitama.


Pool B Rosters

Belmont Shore Blue
   
Chicago Lions
AlexElkinsWing
To BeFinalized    
AdamChannelCenter



BenWeischedelProp



MaxParonelliFlyhalf



Danny Thomas Scrumhalf 



GarrettJonesCenter



ApiFoumaiForward 



ConnerMcCallaHooker



Keni Nasoqeqe Prop



GeraldLoweProp



SioneMasoeHooker

















Kansas City Blues

Schuylkill River
WalterElderProp
To BeFinalized
MichaelBaskaFlyhalf



DavidMcDonoughFlyhalf



KevinSchwartzeProp



JimmyLillis Prop 



BrendanNachbarFlyhalf, Center



ArenMartin Wing



CodyWeberHooker



RichardFelton Scrumhalf 



NickFeakesCenter



JabareeLeopoldWing



DaltonHumphreyWing




The Belmont Shore Blue team is mostly the guys who play regularly for the club. Keni Nasoqeqe is back with them after a pro season and he's all kinds of problems. Alex Elkins and Adam Channel provide finishing speed.

Walter Elder, Richard Felton, and Nick Feakes are part of a KC team that knows how to handle this kind of tournament.

Pool C Rosters

Atlanta Old White
 
Denver Barbarians
DaemonTorresProp
AlexWormerProp
Robbie FraserWing/Prop
LoganCollinsProp
ColtonCariagaHalfback
Eric SykesHooker
DarellWilliamsWing
SialeMakaProp
CodySalinasFlanker
ColesonWarnerScrumhalf
GeorgePhelanCenter
ColeZarconeHooker
Da'MonIngramWing 
BobbyImpsonScrumhalf
JoedeeReyes Center
HarleyDavidsonCenter




Devarius MillerWing




JackWendlingCenter 




NoahPflaumFlyhalf




AaronGrayCenter




DominicRufranHooker/Wing




MattLongProp














Milwaukee

Westside Ronins
LukeHenricksProp
EricSotoHooker
Keondre Walton-CooperUtility
SuliasiTamaivena Wing 
RobSindicFlyhalf/Prop
SitiveniTamaivenaForward 
GabrielKinzerFlanker
Patrick Nglam Forward 
AlexSandstromCenter
LauinaFuti Flyhalf
CarmConsolinoScrumhalf
JordanJenkinsFlyhalf
Garrett Shibilski Scrumhalf
Jope MotokanaScrumhalf 
MichaelAlbertProp
AndrewNelsonHalfback
HunterCrassProp
William Stowers Center 
KevinSchmidtCenter
BrandonMooneyProp
CoryKatzbanHooker/Flyhalf
JoshLlanezaWing 
BrennenStreffFlyhalf
PenisoniLeuaCenter
DanPettayWing
 


Atlanta is a heavily Life University team with coach Colton Cariaga still able to bring it on the field.  Milwaukee has some players who have performed as a high level in college, with Wisconsin-Whitewater standouts Robbie SIndic and Garrett Shibilski players to watch.

Westside Ronins have the Tamaivena brothers and Jope Motokana, but mixed in there re players like Andrew Nelson, who helped Bulldog win it all last year.

Denver is packed. Bobby Impson has been very good since he has returned from injury. Harley Davidson (another former Life guy) is in his element here. Jack Wendling and Coleson Warner are young, but they work well together.

Pool D Rosters

Belmont Shore Gold
   
Dallas Reds
NicholasSarrisCenter
KellyKolbergProp 
EdTandyForward
MatthewYoung

Hooker/ Scrumhalf

RobNewcombHooker
EtoniTongaHooker/Prop
JamesScurlock Wing
ZackKlumpProp
William Wardlaw Centre
DylanCarrionScrumhalf 
Gregory TylerSisley Prop
NaradaJacksonCenter/Wing
KalanieAholeleiWing
LudwigVan der merweSweeper
Jeremy LutaliWing 
ChadJosephHooker 
DylanRamirezCenter
BlakeBoultonFlyhalf 
James MuseHooker
Richard StevensProp
CoryJosephWing/Hooker
ChrisSaintScrumhalf
AnthonySimeoneForward
MatthewSt. JohnProp




BenjaminOlieCenter




ChristianSchulzeCenter







Life West

Old Blue
CecilGarberProp
To BeFinalized
MaxNauciForward 



SebastianGrimbergProp



DevereauxFerrisScrumhalf



ZachBonteProp



TimStanfill Utility



NaimaFualaauScrumhalf



Jihad KhabirHalfback



MarquiseGarciaWing



Martini TalapusiFlyhalf/Center



Josefa Vuatalevu Hooker 




Cecil Garber's strength and power has been as important to Life West as Jihad Khabir's pace or the playmaking of Devereaux Ferris. Tim Stanfill was one of the veteran presences on Bulldog last year and his teams keep winning.

Dallas has the evergreen Kelly Kolberg but will need a full team effort. Belmont Shore Gold is mostly young, but watch out for the tireless Rob Newcomb and Cory Joseph, who can turn up almost anywhere on the field.

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