All round excellence

Calgary defensive back becomes fifth CFC TOP 100 player to join Hardy Cup Champions

Excellence and proximity were two decisive factors in Andrew Britton’s decision of where he would continue his gridiron and academic pursuits.

Consequently, the 5’10, 178 pound defensive back (safety) from Calgary, Alberta has committed to the home CIS team.  He signed with the Calgary Dinos for the 2014 CWUAA season.

“I chose the program because I feel like the team atmosphere and the level excellence on and off the field will not only make me a great football player but a contributing member to the team and the community,” explained the CFC TOP 100 player of this decision.  “The University of Calgary Dinos will give me the tools to achieve the level of football I feel I want to get too.”

“Being close to home was factor in my decision to allow my friends and family to help support me academically and an as athlete.”

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Britton played for the Henry Wise Wood Warriors of the Calgary Senior High School Athletic Association (CSHSAA).  During his there, he received several different accolades including Harry Hood Athletic Award nominee (2013), Henry Wise Wood Athlete of the Year, Track field 4 X 1 Provincial Champion (2012).

Additionally, the defensive back guided the midget Bulldogs to a City Championship in 2011.

With Britton’s commitment, he becomes the fifth CFC TOP 100 player to sign with the Dinos. Other CFC TOP 100 recruits include linebacker Micah Teitz, defensive lineman Joel Van Pelt, running back/linebacker Ross Delauw and linebacker James Gaetz.


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