CanWest Recruiting Wrap: 10 commits including CFC100 and CFC150 find new homes

University of Alberta

The Alberta Golden Bears have made a singing from Ontario. Thunder Bay’s CFC150 DE Dawson Hoard will take the next step in his football career with the U of A.

Dawson picked the University of Alberta because of its amazing potential as a team during this rebuilding phase. He mentions, “I attended a camp they organized and I loved all the coaches and possible fellow players, I also had some family out west that I’d get to see more.”

To further his studies Dawson has applied for a Bachelor of Science with a specialization in Physics, and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering.


Dawson’s goals while he’s at the University of Alberta are to get a degree in either course he takes so he can get a job he enjoys. Dawson is also planning on using the amazing coaching and football facilities to become a great football player, and maybe even help out a possible CFL or NFL career.

The University of Alberta’s new defensive lineman stands at 6’5, 230lbs.

The University of Alberta has brought in a new wide receiver. Declan Dunn will be joining the team in 2022.

Declan comes to Alberta from South Delta, B.C where he played football for the Sun Devils. In 2020, Declan participated in a camp with the Golden Bears and stands at 5’11″, 160lbs.

An athlete has committed to the University of Alberta.  Duncan B.C’s Gregor Mackenzie will suit up for the Golden Bears. Gregor has played football for the Cowichan Valley Bulldogs and stands at 6’2, 205lbs.


A defensive tackle from B.C will be joining a teammate on the Golden Bears. Jayden Strzok will join Gregor Mackenzie on the University of Alberta next season. Jayden weighs in at 6’1 225lbs and was also a member of the Cowichan Valley Bulldogs.

University of Manitoba

The University of Manitoba Bisons have made an addition to their offensive line. At 6’7, 250lbs Ryan Wall should help the offense for years to come.

Ryan played football in the Winnipeg High School Football League for the Oak Park Raiders. He will be entering University 1 as he continues his football journey with the Bisons.

University of Regina

The Regina Rams have signed a key piece to their team. Quarterback Joey Howorko is now on board for the upcoming football season.

Joey was a member of the Kelowna Owls during his senior year of football. Before that, Joey played on St. Anthony High School in Long Beach, California from 2019–2021, and he was also on the Fairmont Warriors from San Juan Capistrano, California. At 6’4, 222lbs Joey should be able to use his body size to advantage while he’s with the Rams.


University of Saskatchewan

The University of Saskatchewan has added to their offense with the signing of 6’2, 170lbs Luke Bednarek.

Luke comes to Saskatchewan from Bishop Carrol High School in Calgary, Alberta where he suited up as a wide receiver, returner, and long snapper.

“The reason I chose U of S was to be able to attend the Edwards School of Business, and the family atmosphere at the Huskies Football program,” he replies.

Luke’s goals while he’s with the Saskatchewan Huskies are to work hard and to be a valuable member of the team.

A new offensive lineman has committed to the Huskies. CFC100 Jack Warrack will call Saskatoon home in 2022.

He played high school football for the Strathmore Spartans in Strathmore, AB, and stands tall at 6’3, 240lbs.

The Saskatchewan Huskies are excited to welcome another player to their defensive backfield. The newest defensive back is Cameron Kaun from Calgary, Alberta.

Cameron has been named to the Calgary Selects (2017-2018), and he was a member of the Calgary Wild (2019-2020). Cameron spent his high school years with the Ernest Manning Griffns. The Huskies’ newest recruit is 5’10, 155lbs.



The UBC Thunderbirds have announced a local prospect has signed. Linebacker Beau Nevraumont is their latest recruit.

Beau grew up playing football on Vancouver Island for the Belmont Bulldogs and stands at 6’, 185lbs.

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