David Richardson II
Age: 24 DOB: February 14, 1997

Height: 5’11/ 181.34 cm Weight: 185/ 81 kg

Davidkrichardson5@gmail.com |Phone: 214-675-7135
Address: 110 Southwood Dr Rockwall, Texas 75032 USA | Nationality: American

Twitter:Davidrich23 |Instagram: Davidrich5

Europlayers Link:

Colleges: Tulsa University 2015-2016, Fullerton Junior College 2016-2017, West Florida
University 2018-2019

College Career Stats: 6 interceptions, 2 Touchdowns, 25 plus Pass Breakups, 1
Force Fumble, 75 + Tackles, allowed 5 touchdowns.

2x Junior College National Champion |2019 NCAA D2 National champion |2020 Podyum All-
Star Bowl


Budapest Wolves: 2021 HFL Champions

Stats: 5 games, 2 interceptions, 8 Pass Break ups, 20 tackles

European League of Football Allstar vs Team USA game.

Jalisco Kings:

Stats: 7 Games, 3 Interceptions, 24 tackles, 8 Pass Breakups

LFA Allstar Selection

Jalisco Reyes Franchise leader in Interceptions

2020 Pro Day:

40 Time: 4.54 Sec| L-Drill: 6.93 Secs| Shuttle: 4.06 Sec |Vertical: 35 inches

Junior College Film:
West Florida Film:
2021 Budapest Wolves Film:
2022 Jalisco Reyes LFA Film:
2022 CDMX Rojos FAM Film:
Press and Interviews;

Draft Diamond Interview


European League of Football All-Star Game


Don Yee’s HUB Football Invite


Coach Report
Riley Swanson| Defensive Coordinator| St. Norbert College

I coached David Richardson in 2018 at the CB position when he first arrived at the University of West
Florida. He was a great teammate, intelligent, hard worker, and an instinctive playmaker that contributed
to defense and special teams. David showed the ability to learn technique and scheme quickly to execute
his alignment, assignment, and responsibility. Also, he showed a daily commitment to excellence and a
consistent competitive drive that allowed him to get better each and every day.

Physical Attributes: David is a fluid moving cornerback that has good short area quickness and has the
ability to transition in all directions. He has good hip flexibility to transition from square pedal positions and
open hipped positions. David has good linear speed, with a bursty turnover during the drive phase. His
top end speed can be improved but he is fast enough to keep up with #1 WR’s and fast enough to stay in
phase when transitioning on vertical routes.

Overall, David has the ability to cover and tackle in space. He can cover well in isolated man to man
situations along with the ability to close quickly on the quick passing game. In addition, he can play both
off coverage and play press coverage, disrupting WR’s at the LOS.

Also, David has good ball skills. He can track the football well on vertical routes and has the ability to use
his hands and make difficult catches transitioning downhill on the football. In his film, he shows the ability
to high point the football too which is really key when defending bigger body types.

Mental Attributes: David is a good competitor and communicator. He communicates well with the
coaching staff and his teammates. He is confident to compete at a high level and intelligent enough to
move on from bad plays. His situational football IQ is sharp too in which he has managed the pass game
correctly depending on down/distance and football situation. In addition, David has an even keel
demeanor when competing. He never gets too high or too low emotionally, which served him well when
competing at University of West Florida. David is certainly a team player that understands a team first

Joe Daniels| Offensive Coordinator| Krakow Kings

This kid can flat out play! I had to face him twice as an OC and we had to game plan away from him he
was by far the the best DB we faced. He is technically sound , tough, great feet and not afraid to tackle.
Would be an ELF steal! Had the chance to meet and talk with him several times, good , smart young
man, would be an asset to any organization.

Deandre Parker| Offensive Coordinator| Gyor Sharks

David Richardson was the most consistent player that on a top ranked defense last season. That
statement alone shows how much impact he had done. While obtaining the HFL Championship. but was
voted by the coaches to play in the USA vs EUROPE all-star game. As a first-team selection. His
versatility allowed the Wolves to help younger players at the position get meaningful game experience
while Richardson played another position. He leaves Budapest setting a new standard as to how the
position is to be played. Richardson was able to change the entire game plan of coaches by not allowing
the offense to get any momentum by throwing nor running the ball to where he was on the field.