Bobby Perry

AFL NOTES: With limited professional experience – two years in the Canadian Football League – Bobby Perry is looking to transition his skills to the indoor game and make his Arena Football League debut in Dallas. He signed with Dallas on Oct. 18.

OTHER PRO EXPERIENCE: 2004 – Perry re-signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the CFL and recorded three tackles in two games as a reserve linebacker before being released following Week Three. 2003 – Perry made his CFL debut with the Roughriders and collected 11 tackles and nine special teams stops. He added his first career interception in the Western Conference Semi-Final game.

COLLEGE: Perry finished his career at Prairie View A&M with 173 tackles, 27 pass breakups and 13 interceptions. 2001 – As a senior, Perry moved back to safety and racked up 78 tackles and six interceptions – returning one for a touchdown – to earn team MVP and Southwestern Athletic Conference honors. 1998-2000 – Perry started all three seasons at cornerback and posted seven total interceptions in his first three seasons.

PERSONAL: Perry was a standout safety at Carol City High School in Miami, Fla. He played with current Desperados teammate Deontay Wilson at Carol City and at Prairie View A&M. Perry earned a degree in education from Prairie View.