Video: Rating the Prague Lions class of 2024 imports

The Prague Lions are one of the very first European League of Football teams to have all 10 of their import spots set for this season.

Prague announced recently that they will also have a rebrand of their logo, color scheme and identity of the team. The roster building has also pointed to this new direction of the Prague Lions franchise. Young, talented, and high-potential players could see the Lions have one of the most prosperous futures of the last few years.

In this video I give a scouting look into each of them and how they fit into the Prague Lions team. The 10 selected to join the team are spread throughout the team. Of course, the four Americans are divided between the offense, but the trend of quarterback and wide receiver remains consistent league wide. Quarterback Kare’ Lyles and receiver Travier Fields-Jackson will lead the group. On defense, James Brooks returns and will be joined by superstar safety Daniel Wright. The former Alabama standout is one of the highest anticipated players entering the league this season.

Former Alabama safety Daniel Wright

Europeans are allocated to the expected positions. The offensive line has two pieces added, Lawrence Cornwall-Baptiste and Mathias Roll Hummelmose, who are both versatile and will allow the offense to get creative. British veteran running back Tyrese Johnson-Fisher is the last European on the offense and will join a talented Czech backfield.

James Brooks

Defensively, the secondary has seen the most support. Aleksander Borković returns to the team and Peter Lundström (from Finland) has joined from the GFL champion Potsdam Royals. Both of these safeties are young, talented and know how to go after the ball. Noah Obolela rounds out the unit and provides length and excellent potential at the linebacker position.

Tune in, we will be going through every ELF team over the off-season.