SIOUX FALLS, SD -- Three more veterans have signed on for the 2013 Sioux Falls Storm season.  Korey Williams, Roy Polite and Blake Wilson have all agreed to bring their veteran leadership back to the Storm.

Korey Williams started with the Storm during the 2012 season after being released by the Omaha Beef.  Korey was quick to make his mark as a premier player in the Indoor Football League as a receiver, running back and kick returner.  During the 2012 season Korey played in 10 games for the Storm and accounted for 1,329 all purpose yards and 18 touchdowns.  Korey is currently living in Sioux Falls and working for MetaBank.

“Having Korey back gives us two key strengths for our team… complete football talent and character.  We are thrilled to have him back”, said Storm head coach Kurtiss Riggs.

Blake Wilson will be entering his 3rd year as a Sioux Falls Storm receiver.  A graduate from Southwest Minnesota State University, where he was a standout at the slot position, Blake now lives in Sioux Falls and works for Great Western Bank.

“Blake was not able to see much playing time last year, due to the depth at the receiver position, but that was not for lack of effort.  His work ethic and commitment to the team are as good as it gets at this level”, said Riggs.

Roy Polite will be back with the Storm after a short stint with the team in 2011.  Roy is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University where he was a two year starter for the Blue Raiders as a defensive back.  Roy has seen action with the Green Bay Blizzard, the Nebraska Danger and the Sioux Falls Storm over a three year career in the Indoor Football League.

“Roy will bring more veteran talent to our defensive backfield.  We are thrilled he has decided to play for the Sioux Falls Storm”, said Riggs.

Courtesy:  Sioux Falls Storm