PHOENIX – The six-time world champion Arizona Rattlers announced today that they have re-signed the 2019 Indoor Football League's (IFL) Most Improved Player, wide receiver Jarrod Harrington for the 2020 season. The team also signed the 2018 IFL's Defensive Player of the Year, former Iowa Barnstormer standout defensive back Bryce Enyard.
WR Jarrod Harrington (5-foot-9, 180, Campbellsville) was named to the second-team All-IFL team after leading the team in 2019 with 696 receiving yards and was second on the team with 14 touchdowns. He also played a significant role on special teams, where he had 574 return yards and returned two kickoffs for touchdowns.
Harrington played college football at Campbellsville University from 2012-2015 and holds six different team records including most catches in a season with 81 in 2015. He was named first-team All-Conference his junior and sophomore season and second-team All-NCCAA in 2012. He finished his college career with 2,293 receiving yards and 13 receiving touchdowns and ran for 519 rushing yards and 7 rushing touchdowns. His all-purpose career total yardage was 4,450. In 2013, Harrington was selected to the Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame All-Commonwealth Team, and was a two-time All-American.
The Danville, Kentucky native attended Boyle County High School and was a two-time class 4A State champion with a 30-0 record in 2009 and 2010. Harrington was first-team All-Defensive Back in 2011 and was the Defensive Player of the Game in the Kentucky vs. Tennessee All-Star Game.
DB Bryce Enyard (6-foot, 195, Northwest Missouri State) spent two seasons with the Iowa Barnstormers after being signed from the team's open tryout. In his last season for the Barnstormers, Enyard had 78 tackles, two tackles for loss, eight interceptions and 13 pass breakups and was named the IFL's 2018 Defensive Player of the Year. Enyard ranked third on the team in tackles (80) and also had two interceptions in his rookie season in the IFL.
Prior to joining the Barnstormers, Enyard attended Northwest Missouri State. As a senior, Enyard collected 50 tackles, seven pass breakups, four interceptions, two touchdowns, and was given first-team All-MIAA and CCA All-Region second-team honors. Overall, Enyard helped Northwest Missouri State to two national championships, and was named to the MIAA All-Conference team four times. He was also named the MIAA Freshman of the Year in 2011.