Auvigne working towards improvement

Browns’ standout’s recruitment process has yet to kick off

St. Francis Browns offensive lineman Nicolas Auvigne is focused on the present.

Nicolas Auvigne

Offensive Line (Guard, Tackle)

6’1”, 215lbs

St. Francis Browns (high school: CSHSAA)
Calgary Cowboys (midget: CAMFA)


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Nicolas has been a standout on the gridiron since a young age, winning peewee Offensive Lineman of the Year.

Nicolas spent his bantam years with the Calgary Cowboys in the Calgary Bantam Football Association (CBFA), and was awarded Offensive Lineman of the Year during his second season at that level.

The standout was chosen to participate recently in the Lethbridge Bantam Bowl.

Moreover, Nicolas has also played for the midget Cowboys in the Calgary Area Midget Football Association (CAMFA) and the St. Francis Browns in the Calgary Senior High School Athletic Association (CSHSAA).

Next year the Brown will represent Team U16 Alberta down in Texas.

Nicolas says that his highlight of last season was being a starting junior on a midget team.

The Browns offensive lineman loves being active and being outdoors, which explains his love for the sport.

“I am going to improve by working on my footwork and lifting in the gym,” comments the Browns standout, who spends a lot of time working out in the gym, running and getting in shape.

The offensive lineman has yet to visit or consider any universities.

The only plans Nicolas has for the future so far is the hope to play ball somewhere after high school graduation.

In his life, his parents are a big influence through their support, and his coaches influence him on the field by teaching him new things.

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