The Los Angeles KISS have announced the signings of wide receiver Fred Williams and defensive back Trey Wolfe as the team is gearing up for the postseason. Both players bring NFL experience to the roster, and they’ll add much needed experience to a young KISS squad.
The 6’0” 200 pound Williams played collegiately at St. Cloud State. Williams left the Huskies as one of the best wide receivers in program history. Williams finished his collegiate career as the record holder in receptions (264), and in receiving yards (3,804).
Williams also earned First-Team All-American honors in 2012, and he was named an NCAA Division II All-Star after the 2011 season. Along with having NFL experience, Williams will also be entering his third season in the AFL.
Williams played his first two seasons for the San Jose SaberCats, and he enjoyed success during the 2012-2013 seasons. He tallied 137 receptions for 1,698 yards and 32 touchdowns during his time in San Jose.
Williams’ success in the AFL caught the eyes of many NFL scouts, as he was signed by the Kansas City Chiefs in December of 2013. The Milwaukee, Wisconsin native didn’t play in any regular season games for the Chiefs, but he did get some playing time during the preseason. Williams recorded 19 catches for 218 yards and three touchdowns during eight preseason games in the 2014-2015 seasons.
Wolfe recently played for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League, before coming to the states to play for the KISS. The 6’0” 190 pound defensive back was an undrafted free agent, who was signed by the Seattle Seahawks of the NFL as an undrafted free agent.
Wolfe also was a member of the Washington Redskins practice squad. The Marietta, Georgia native played collegiate football at Fort Valley State. Wolfe totaled eight interceptions as a senior in 2013, and he earned second-team Division II All-American honors. Wolfe also played college football at Reedley College and Midwestern State.