Arryn Siposs punter Auburn

The 2020 NFL draft was a disappointment for the Australian punters coming out of college with none of them hearing their name being called but Auburn punter and former St. Kilda forward Arryn Siposs signed with the Lions as an undrafted free agent soon after the draft ended.

Siposs played footy for the Saints in the AFL from 2011 to 2015 but he was delisted after three shoulder reconstructions which led to him to turn his attention to American football.

Like so many others Siposs is a product of Pro Kick Australia and made his way to the NFL after spending two seasons at Auburn where he amassed 117 Punts for 5150 Yards including a long of 60 yards at an average of 44 yards per punt.

Siposs will head into his first training camp and will battle for the punting job with Jack Fox who is going into his second training camp but he did not make the final roster in 2019 after the Lions went with Sam Martin.

Martin is now with the Denver Broncos so Siposs will be in a wide open battle with Fox so he has every change to win the job and make the 53 man roster.

Lions sign former Saints AFL forward Arryn Siposs


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