Dinos coaches seem to be “genuine guys”

Calgary adds two local commits and two CJFLers to their roster.

Brycen Mayoh, a receiver from the Vancouver Island Raiders (CJFL), may not be from Canada, but he has a taste for three-down football, so much so that he will be continuing his career with the University of Calgary Dinos.

Quarterback Matteo Spoletini from Notre Dame High School, defensive back Nick Watson from Centennial High School and tackle Carter Comeau from the Okanagan Sun (CJFL) will also be joining the Dinos.

Brycen Mayoh

After spending two years with the Vancouver Island Raiders, Brycen Mayoh will be taking his talents to the U Sports league. Originally from Tampa Bay, Florida, Mayoh already feels comfortable in Calgary, Alberta.

“I chose the University of Calgary because of the family atmosphere and how I already felt at home,” he said. “All the coaches seem to be genuine guys. They kept it 100%.”

Standing at 6’1, 190lbs, Mayoh is interested in social work. While with the Raiders, he won a 2017 Cullen Cup. He was also offensive MVP, return specialist of the year, receiver of the year and team MVP this past season.

Welcome to the Family Brycen Mayoh! #WeAreAllDinos #GoDinos

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Matteo Spoletini

Matteo Spoletini is from Calgary, Alberta, and played with the Notre Dame Pride (Calgary High School Athletic Association). Prior to this, he played with the Rundle College Cobras (Big Rock League). The hulking 6’4, 220lbs athlete also played with the Calgary Cowboys (Calgary Spring League), which competed in the International Bowl in Arlington, Texas. He was a member of Team Alberta U16 at the 2016 International Bowl.

Welcome to the Family Matteo Spoletini! #WeAreAllDinos #GoDinos

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Nick Watson

A fellow product of Calgary, Nick Watson played with the Centennial Coyotes (CHSAA) in high school. While he was primarily a defensive back, he transitioned to quarterback for the 2017 season. Garth Melrose, the Coyotes’ head coach, told Canadafootballchat.com that Watson has the mind of a quarterback. Watson stands at 6’0, 182lbs.

Welcome to the Family Nick Watson! #WeAreAllDinos #GoDinos

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Carter Comeau

At a towering 6’6, 344lbs, Carter Comeau adds a whole lot of size to the tackle position. Currently in Burnaby, BC, he spent the 2017 season with the Okanagan Sun (CJFL).

Welcome to the Family Carter Comeau! #GoDinos #WeAreAllDinos

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