Calgary recruit envisions future success with Huskies

Calgary defensive tackle joins CWUAA team’s 2015 class.

Ajay Copp will remain in the Prairies for his CIS career.

However, he will be moving provinces.

The 6’2, 288 pound defensive tackle from Calgary, Alberta has signed with the University of Saskatchewan Huskies.  He will join the team for the 2015 CWUAA season.

“The reason that I chose University of Saskatchewan is because I truly believe that the Huskies have been a solid program for a very long time,” explained Copp of his decision.  “From what I saw at Spring Camp, I believe that with all the talent in the player and the excellent coaching staff the Huskies have I believe that the Huskies will take a National Championship within the next five years.”

Copp completed his high school career with Rundle College Cobras of the Alberta Schools Athletic Association (ASAA).


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