Gladiators Assigned OL Jordan McCray

CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Gladiators, presented by Unique Home Solutions, of the Arena Football League were assigned OL Jordan McCray, the team announced Wednesday.

McCray, 24, enters his first season with the Gladiators after appearing in 14 games as a rookie along the offensive line for the Orlando Predators. In addition to his role in pass protection McCray also factored into the pass game, chipping in with seven receptions for 64 yards and three touchdowns of his own.

At 6’3”, 315 lb. McCray has previously spent some time in the National Football League in training camps with the Green Bay Packers and Carolina Panthers.

Jordan and his twin brother Justin, who plays for the Tampa Bay Storm, both played collegiately at the University of Central Florida where Jordan appeared in 44 games over the course of his career with the Golden Knights and was named First-Team All-American Athletic Conference in 2013.

McCray is a native of Miami, FL.

In addition to the move today, the Gladiators previously announced last week they have traded OL D.J. Brandel to the Washington Valor for a Claim Order Position.

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