The “Quebec” Quarterback Conundrum Part A : Not lost in translation – Quarterback development in Quebec
CFC reporter Rahim deMolitor was tasked with getting to the bottom of the CANADIAN QUARTERBACK CONUNDRUM. This multi-series story digs
Fredericton high school offensive lineman Colin Girouard looking a various CIS programs.
Colin began playing football when he was in grade 7, he played for his local middle school in his hometown of Fredericton, New Brunswick. When Colin made his way to high school, he suited up for the junior Black Kats untill he was in grade 11. Colin was named a league all star in grade 9 and also was the top lineman of the league. In grade 11, Colin began his varsity career with the Black Kats. Colin had a very strong rookie season as he won the rookie of the year. In his senior season with the Black Kats, he was named among the top players in Canada, the Best offensive lineman in his conference, top lineman (team) and was also a league all star.
Girouard stands at 6’4, 265 pounds making him a good addition to any offensive line. Colin was used in high school as a center and also is able to handle long snapping duties on special teams.
Colin has been contacted by various CIS programs including Queens, Bishops, Acadia, STFX and Mount allison, but is yet to decide where he will pursue his career.
“I am meeting with a few programs shortly, but I am really yet to decide where i want to go”. said Girouard.
Colin added that his most memorable football moment came when he was in grade 11. His high school team won the championship in a come from behind victory. They won the game 15-14.
“That victory was a special moment, the best one i have ever been a part of”.