The USAFL is delighted to announce that Christopher Carroll from the St. Louis Blues has been selected as the 2005 Essendon scholarship recipient.
“Bluey”, as he is better known, is a 24 year old, 6’3, 215 pound key forward who has rapidly taken to Australian football, having only played for the last 2 seasons. He was introduced to the game by Dan Sarbacker, an old college friend, who is now a
There is no question that talented, key position forwards are a rare commodity at all levels of the game, and the USAFL is no different. The Revolution coaching panel are excited that Christopher will train and play at the highest possible level in
Christopher attended college at
This will be the 5th year that Essendon has hosted a USAFL player for training. Christopher will follow in the steps of Dustin Jones, Jeremy Kraus, Josh Loring, and Jared Brunmeier. The USAFL would like to thank the generosity of the Essendon Football Club and their continued support of the USAFL and USAFL players.
The Hampton Rovers AFC will once again push to get the 2005 scholarship winner to train and play at the club as part of the Rovers international program which continues to be a success.