Hungary: Fehervar Enthroners re-sign DE Jebrai Regan

Reigning Hungarian champions, the Fehervar Enthroners, have signed defensive end Jebrai Regan for the fifth consecutive season.

The 26 year old, 6’3″, 254 pound native of Woodstock, Georgia, has been an anchor on the Enthroners defense since first arriving in 2017. He was a key factor in the team’s advance that first year to Hungary’s top division and in 2019 led the team to a Hungarian championship, defeating the Kiev Capitals 14-12 in the title game.

Following the Hungarian season, Regan traveled to Japan and played for the Tokyo Gas Creators in the Japanese XLeague in the team’s first year in Japan’s top division, helping them to a 2-record.

Regan spent two years playing for Gardner-Webb (NCAA Div. 1, Big South) where he gained a reputation as a ferocious pass rusher. In his last two seasons, he recorded 83 tackles, 17.5 tackles for loss (82 yards) and 5.5 sacks.

Enthroners head coach Jim Ward:

“Jebrai is a really outstanding athlete and person. Not only a player but is a CSCS certified strength coach. One of those guys with rare size, speed and football awareness. He was our best defensive player/ pass rusher with a knack for causing turnovers.”

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