Anaheim, Calif.—The LA KISS are pleased to report that the Arena Football League has selected two LA KISS players for 2016 All-Arena honors. Wide receiver Donovan Morgan has earned the Second Team All-Arena Offense award, while defensive back Fredrick Obi received Second Team All-Arena Defense honors.

This is “Captain” Morgan’s fifth All-Arena selection, his third-straight since joining the LA KISS in 2014. This season, Morgan continued his dominance of the league and led LA KISS receivers in receptions (113), receiving yards (1,462) and receiving touchdowns (41). Furthermore, the 34 year-old scored a touchdown in every game this season, including finding the end zone two or more times in 16-of-17 games. Morgan added to his already storied AFL career by moving into the fifth position in the AFL’s all-time career touchdown leaderboard (290), climbing to the seventh all-time position in receiving yards (12,732) and ascending to the ninth all-time spot in receptions (907).

Fredrick Obi, a second-year player, in his first season with LA KISS, earned his first-ever All-Arena nod after setting a single-season LA KISS record, and ranking fifth in the AFL, with 91.5 total regular season tackles. Additionally, the native of Inglewood, CA tallied the fifth most interception return yards (111) and boasted the eighth most passes deflected (23).


Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, two of the greatest showmen of all time, brought pro football to Los Angeles with the formation of LA KISS Football. Now in their third year, LA KISS has become a phenomenon by taking the KISS mentality and applying it to a sports team. LA KISS represents the fusion of entertainment and sports like no other brand and delivers an all-encompassing in-game experience that is second to none. LA KISS ownership combines over 40 years of success in both entertainment, sports and business. The leadership team looks to challenge and redefine the term “sports entertainment” by applying the KISS mindset to everything they do. For more information, visit lakissfootball.com or follow the team on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.