ELF: Fehérvár Enthroners sign DB Elijah Moody

The Fehérvár Enthroners from Hungary, one of the newest members of the European League of Football, have announced that they have signed American defensive back Elijah Moody.

The 5’11”, 176 pound, Moody hails from Long Beach, California and played at the University of Nevada (NCAA Div. 1 FBS) from 2014-2017.  In his time at Nevada, he appeared in 32 games across three seasons, accumulating 66 total tackles, two interceptions, and three forced fumbles.  His strongest season was his last one, in 2017, in which he recorded 43 tackles, a pair of forced fumbles, and an interception.  Moody has been described as a physical defensive back who, despite his size, is not hesitant to make big hits.


“I’m extremely excited to be able to compete with and against such a talented pool of ball players.  This season is going to be a great chance to show the league and our fans that we are a force to be reckoned with and intend to continue this outstanding win streak and end the year with a championship!  I will do everything in my power to ensure my team leaves the field with a victory every week!  Can’t wait to buckle up!  Let’s get it on!”

The Enthroners have already made a number of important additions this offseason, including quarterback Gabriel Cunningham and receiver Benjamin Plu, ahead of their first season in the ELF.  The signing of Moody should provide a boost to the defensive side of the ball, particularly in the secondary, under the coaching of head coach and defensive coordinator Jaime Hill.

A current student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Carter played football in high school and has been a lifelong avid football fan.