Dinos snag two more CFC100s plus….

Calgary adds two local commits and two out-of-province commits to their 2018 class.

You don’t need to convince these commits that the University of Calgary Dinos are a good team. CFC100 athlete Tyson Rowe and offensive lineman Cameron Boudewyn from St. Francis High School, along with CFC100 linebacker Tyrece Viner-Cox from Garden City Collegiate and quarterback Josh Haydu form Seaquam Secondary School, know the success the Dinos have had both historically and presently.

CFC100 Tyson Rowe

Tyson Rowe was born in Calgary, Alberta, and he isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. “I chose to be a Dino because I felt it was the best place for me as a student-athlete,” Rowe said. “I think the coaching staff is very good.”

Rowe played with the Calgary Mavericks (CAMFA) and the St. Francis Browns (CHSAA). The 6’1, 225lbs half-back also participated in the Bantam Bowl and was apart of the Calgary Selects. In 2016 and 2017, he helped the Browns win back-to-back city championships. In 2016, he also won a provincial championship. He is interested in taking business.

Cameron Boudewyn

Cameron Boudewyn didn’t call Calgary home until 2016 when he moved there from Victoria, BC. He likes his new city so much, he plans to stay awhile. “The University of Calgary is a very storied and successful program. I picked it because I wanted to be apart of a family and not just a team,” he said.

“The coaching staff seemed very professional and organized in their approach to recruiting and coaching the team,” added Boudewyn, who is interested in political science.

While on the west coast, Boudewyn played with the Belmont Secondary Bulldogs (BCSSFA), the Westshore Warriors (GVMFA) and the Victoria Spartans (GVMFA). He then suited up for the Browns where he was apart of the back-to-back city championship team and the 2016 provincial championship team.

Knowing he couldn’t make it this far without help, the 6’4, 245lbs tackle said, “I would like to thank all of my coaches throughout the years.”

CFC100 Tyrece Viner-Cox

To obtain his goals, Tyrece Viner-Cox from Winnipeg, Manitoba, sought out who he thought would help him the most. “You can argue that the (Dinos’) coaching staff is the best in U Sports and their record every year proves that statement. I’m excited to be able to work with them,” he said.

“I chose the school because I wanted a program that will push me and with Calgary, being such a good football team year in and year out, I thought it was a great opportunity to help me grow and develop as a player and allow me to strive to reach my goals of playing professionally,” he added.

Viner-Cox has played for the Dakota Collegiate Lancers (WHSFL), the Garden City Fighting Gophers (WHSFL) and the Canada Prep Raiders. The 6’4, 250lbs defensive end and outside linebacker is interested in journalism and media.

Josh Haydu

Josh Haydu may not be from Alberta, but he knows he is always welcome. “Calgary felt like a place I can grow as a football player and as a person. The players made the team feel like a family,” Haydu said. “One of the biggest reasons why I chose Calgary was their coaching staff. They have a lot of knowledge and bring a lot of intensity.”

Haydu, who is 6’2, 210lbs, spent five years playing with the Seaquam Seahawks (BCSSFA) in his hometown of Surrey, BC. In 2016, he helped the Seahawks win a provincial championship. He was named MVP of the game.

Welcome to the Family Josh Haydu! #GoDinos #WeAreAllDinos

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