Calgary’s Fabien invited to Giants mini camp

Kirby Fabien is another step closer to realizing his dreams of playing in the NFL.

The 6’6, 295 pound offensive lineman from Calgary, Alberta has been invited to attend the New York Giants mini-camp, which starts today.

Recently, Fabien completed his fourth year of playing CIS football with the Calgary Dinos.  In the 2012 season, the offensive lineman was selected for the second straight year as a Canada West All-Star – this selection was the third time in his four year career. Fabien was also selected as a CIS First Team All-Canadian in the 2011 season and a Second Team All-Canadian in 2009. The Alberta offensive lineman has also helped Team Canada to a silver medal at the 2009 IFAF World Junior Championships in Canton, Ohio. For his efforts, Fabien was selected to the First All-Tournament team. This past winter, the offensive lineman was selected to represent the CIS at the East West Shrine Game.

Previous to the Dinos, Fabien played high school football for Bishop McNally Timberwolves of the Calgary Senior High School Athletic Association (CSHSAA).  During his time there, the offensive lineman was honoured with the Henry Phillip Taylor Award as the top Calgary high school player in Division 2 and 3.  He also represented his home province at the 2007 Football Canada Cup, where he was selected as a tournament all-star.


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