Calgary Dinos commit ready for team’s competitive nature

Calgary adds a local recruit to their Class of 2018.

Aidan Miele, a linebacker from Notre Dame High School, has been keeping an eye on his new team, the University of Calgary Dinos, for good reason. Not only is it his hometown university club, but he also knows a few of the players on the roster.

“I chose to commit to U of C because…I liked the development program they have in place. Teammates that I’ve had in high school who signed with UofC last year are a lot bigger and faster now than they were in high school,” Miele said.

“I (also) liked the overall atmosphere of hard work and family that I saw. Their team has a competitive nature that is great,” Miele added. “I think they have a great coaching staff, which is one of the best in the nation.”

Interested in either kinesiology or history, Miele plans on attending law school after his undergrad.

In his ten-year career, the product of Calgary, Alberta, has played nine seasons with the Calgary Hilltoppers and three with the Notre Dame Pride (Calgary High School Athletic Association). Standing at 5’10, 195lbs, he is a two-time midget and high school all-star. In 2015, he was a provincial finalist. The following season, he was a city finalist. This year, he received the Calgary Stampeders’ Stan Schwartz Heart of a Champion Award.

Welcome to the Family Aidan Miele! #GoDinos #WeAreAllDinos @ndpride_ccsd

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