The Chargers continue to add new bodies to the roster via the Spring League with the addition of four new players on Friday. The news was announced by the team’s Twitter account.
The four players signed by the Bolts include defensive lineman Willie Yarbary, linebacker Damon Lloyd, tight end Matt Seybert, and wide receiver Michael Bandy.
we've signed the following players:— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) June 18, 2021
Willie Yarbary, DL
Damon Lloyd, LB
Matt Seybert, TE
Michael Bandy, WR
I wrote about Yarbary on Thursday when the news of him expecting to sign with the Chargers was first reported by Ian Rapoport. He’s a Wake Forest product that most recently has spent time with the Massachusetts Pirates of the National Arena League.
Seybert was a formerly undrafted player in 2020 out of Michigan State. He’s a 6’4, 257-pound pass-catcher with notable strength and agility. He adds to an already-athletic position group for the Chargers.
Matt Seybert's Pro Day— Colton Pouncy (@colton_pouncy) March 25, 2021
-25 bench reps (tied for 1st among participating TEs at the 2020 NFL Combine)
-7.01 three-cone time (top 3 among 2020 TEs)
-Clocked between 4.69-4.74 40 time
Story on his training methods that made it possible (subscribe for $1) https://t.co/48EJCl8NMu
Lloyd played his collegiate ball at Indiana University-Pennsylvania where he graduated in 2019. He earned Second-Team All-American honors by the Associated Press as a senior and was named a finalist for the Cliff Harris Award which is given to the top defensive player in small college football.
Bandy is a 5’10, 190-pound wideout who played collegiately at San Diego. He was a two-time All-American at the FCS level, including a unanimous selection in 2018. He finished that year with 1,698 yards before recording another 1,152 as a senior. Across his final two seasons, he hauled in 26 touchdowns.