Storm Sign Key Offensive Threats

Storm Sign Key Offensive Threats

SIOUX FALLS, SD - The Sioux Falls Storm have signed two diverse threats for the 2018 season. Running Back Lyle McCombs and Wide receiver SterlingDuBose look to make a huge impact on the upcoming season.

McCombs (5'8, 195lbs) spent the 2017 season with the Nebraska Danger before being placed on Injured Reserve. During his rookie season with the Danger in 2016, McCombs finished fourth in the IFL with 1493 all-purpose yards. He played his collegiate career at the University of Connecticut where he tallied 2,681 yards and 11 touchdowns. McCombs was a preseason Doak Walker Award candidate during his senior year and a Freshman All-American.

DuBose (6'2, 215lbs) is entering his rookie year in the Indoor Football League (IFL). Sterling played in 32 games at San Diego State University where he recorded 111 receptions for 3,259 yards, 10 touchdowns. He also had 42 tackles, four forced fumbles and nine interceptions.

Head Coach Kurtiss Riggs stated "Diversity! Sterling and Lyle are diverse players that can do many things and do many things very well. They are very good fits in our system and we are excited to watch them add some athleticism to our roster."

The Storm home opener is March 12, 2018. Season tickets are still on sale, visit to renew/purchase your tickets.