Bishop’s “up and coming team with bright future” says Saskatchewan recruit (VIDEO)

Regina quarterback joins RSEQ team’s 2016 class.

Jaeden Marwick will be continuing his gridiron career in La Belle Province.

Recently, the 6’0, 175 pound quarterback from Regina, Saskatchewan has signed with Bishop’s Gaiters.  Marwick will join the team for the 2016 RSEQ season.

Overal, there were multiple reasons why Marwick opted for the Gaiters.

“The education was a perfect fit for what I wanted to go into,” explained the pivot of his decision.  “Im going into the Education program majoring in social studies and minoring in sports studies.”

“I also liked the atmosphere at Bishop’s. Its a small school but I like that part of it. Its very personal there and I felt at home right away. The coaches are very intelligent and I feel I can improve drastically under their coaching. The football aspect of it was appealing as well, they are a young and up and coming team with a bright future, especially on the offensive side of the ball. I also will be competing for the starting spot right away which played a major factor in my decision.”

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Marwick completed a stint with the Regina Thunder of the Prairie Football Conference (PFC) in the Canadian Junior Football League (CJFL), where he led the league in completion rate (67 percent).  Moreover, he led the PFC in passing touchdowns with 19 and amassed 1,670 yards.

Among the multiple honours the quarterback received in 2015 included CJFL All-Canadian, PFC MVP and was selected as a PFC All-Star.

Previous to the Thunder, Marwick suited up for a season with Vancouver Island Raiders of the British Columbia Football Conference (BCFC) in the CJFL.

At the high school level, the offensive standout completed four seasons with Winston Knoll Wolverines of the Regina Intercollegiate Football League (RIFL).


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