Germany: Dresden Monarchs sign Louisville QB Brock Domann

The Dresden Monarchs of the German Football League have announced the signing of former University of Louisville Cardinal Brock Domann for the 2024 season.

Following the loss of record-breaking passer Steven Duncan to the Wroclaw Panthers of the European League of Football, the 2023 semi-finalists have picked a seasoned collegiate veteran to take his place.

In three seasons for the Cardinals, Domann put up just shy of 1,000 yards as a backup behind the likes of Malik Cunningham, with a TD-INT record of 4-6. Although his stats don’t exactly scream success, the 6’2 pocket passer has found varied levels of success at different levels of the game.

Before his arrival at the Cardinals in 2021, Domann took the field as the starting quarterback for Independence Community College, notable for its feature on Netflix’s “Last Chance U” documentary series in 2018 and 2019, during the spring of 2020. Guiding the Pirates through seven games, he contributed significantly to their 5-2 record. Domann’s performance saw him throw for 1,540 yards and 10 touchdowns, earning him recognition as an NJCAA All-American Honorable Mention.

Domann also spent time at Ventura College prior to this, where he was made victim to one of the most viral NFL pranks as Jared Goff took the quarterback’s spot while in disguise.

Although the Monarchs have had the core of their previously dominant offense stripped by the ELF, losing Austin Mitchell, Tommy Wilson, Steven Duncan and more, some key signings over the winter have ensured that they will still be a force to be reckoned with. Domann will be throwing to the likes of Jordi Torrededia (Barcelona Dragons) and Max Gracie-Ainscough (Manchester Titans) in 2024 as they look to re-establish themselves as one of the most powerful offensive units in Europe.

Dresden’s head coach Greg Seamon spoke on the signing of Brock Domann:

“With Brock we have found another important piece of the puzzle for the 2024 GFL season.”

A current student at Bournemouth University as well as a quarterback with eight years of playing experience. Brad's goal is to be a part of the growth of the game around the world through journalism and media.