The Florida Mutineers have become the latest Call of Duty League squad to announce their roster for the 2022 season. After formally releasing Travis “Neptune” McCloud, the organization also revealed one new addition to their roster to fill his place on Wednesday.
It seems, to start, Florida is keeping its roster from 2021 mostly intact. The team is heading into the season with Joe “Owakening” Conley, Cesar “Skyz” Bueno and Colt “Havok” McLendon, all of whom have been with the team since 2020. However, the one change is the addition of David “Davpadie” Maslowski to the starting roster.
Florida Mutineers reveal 2022 roster
We're running it back with a new key to unlock our potential. @CesarSkyz@ColtHavok @Owakening @Davpadie @YeezCF @Willett__
— Florida Mutineers #f3f3 (@Mutineers) October 6, 2021
Davpadie is most known for playing on Team Canada in CDL Challengers during the 2021 season. He was on the roster for four months and saw great success, winning two Open events. His real success came on the Fantastic Four roster, though, where he took home the North American Stage 2 Playoffs.
The former amateur will likely slide into an assault rifle role with the Mutineers. While it might seem like those roles are filled by Skyz and Owakening, both players have hinted at a role change for the 2022 season. Owakening tweeted that he’s moving to an SMG and Skyz stated he was going to be on a flex role.
Though it’s hard to know if either is being serious, it does make sense given the signing of Davpadie. He’s traditionally been a main AR player and excelled in that role. Perhaps this will give Florida flexibility options if the roles aren’t working out mid-season.
Either way, it seems that Havok is at least set in his SMG role for the season. However, if he doesn’t perform up to the Mutineers’ standards, he could be replaced by substitute player Christian “Yeez” Faircloth. Yeez joined Florida at the tail-end of last season and seems to be ready for a starting role. For now, though, the veteran Havok holds the starting spot.
There are still notable teams that haven’t fully announce their rosters, including the Dallas Empire and New York Subliners.
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