SPOKANE -- The Spokane Shock announced on Friday that wide receiver Charles Frederick is back with the team.
The 2007 AFL Rookie of the Year played a key role in capturing the af2 ArenaCup title for Spokane in 2006. That season, Frederick led the team in receptions (85), receiving yards (973), and receiving touchdowns (22).
In 2007, Frederick made the jump to the AFL with the Kansas City Brigade, leading the team with 115 receptions – including 27 for touchdowns - with 1,397 yards.
The following season, despite suffering an injury, Frederick recorded 76 receptions for 904 yards with 13 touchdowns. Most recently, Frederick was a member of the Jacksonville Sharks in 2011.
Prior to his professional career, Frederick exploded onto the college football scene at the University of Washington where he collected 3,787 all-purpose yards (1,735 receiving, 24 rushing yards, 699 punt return yards, and 1,329 kick return yards).
Spokane opens its 2012 season on March 12th hosting the Iowa Barnstormers at 7pm.