Spokane Adds Three

Spokane Adds Three

SPOKANE, WASHINGTON – The Spokane Shock today announced the signings of OL Jonah Austin, DL Micah Robinson and WR Terence Grady.

Austin, a New Orleans native played four years at LSU before transferring to Nicholls State for his senior season.  Austin played the 2017 season for the Spokane Empire and looks to anchor the Shock line in 2020. He currently resides in Spokane.

Playing for Shock Head Coach Billy Back and the Carolina Cobras in 2019, Robinson posted his best professional season and was named an All-NAL selection.  His ten unassisted tackles for loss ranked second in the NAL while his 12.0 total tackles for loss were fourth.  Robinson's 5.5 sacks ranked in the top-10.

A four-year letter winner at Syracuse, the Cleveland, Ohio native played 46 games for the Orange, recording 84 tackles with 4.5 sacks and a TD. 

Grady, a Kentwoord High product, started all fifteen contests in Eastern's march to the 2018 FCS National Championship game, finishing his collegiate career with 66 receptions and 888 yards in 46 games.