CanWest Recruiting Wrap: Manitoba land 2019 CFC Prospect Game lineman, Rams add CFC100 DB


A defensive standout has signed with the University of Alberta with DE Dalton Mendive ready to pursue his football career with the Golden Bears.


The 6’3, 210lbs prospect chose Alberta because it presents him with a great opportunity to grow as a person and a player. During his visit, Dalton was given the opportunity to meet with coaches and get a look at what it’s like to be part of the team. “It was an environment that I think I’ll be able to succeed in,” he replies. “Coach Morris and the rest of the coaching staff did a wonderful job showing me around the campus and explaining day to day life as a student athlete.”

To further his education Dalton will be pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree. He played high school football for the Henry Wise Wood Warriors, and was previously in the Calgary Bantam Football Association on the Bulldogs.

Furthering his football career and preparing for the CFL draft are two of Dalton’s priorities. “My main goals would be to progress as a person, bettering myself and preparing myself for my career path after university, as well as excelling at football as a team and individual,” he says. “Bringing the Vanier back to Edmonton is a dream of mine.”

Alberta have also signed a local prospect with CFC50 Salisbury Sabres CB Tyler Morris excited to join the team. Tyler is a cornerback who stands at 6’5, 180lbs.

A new running back will be wearing green and gold next year. RB Izaiah Oliveros has agreed to terms with the U of A, and will join his high school teammate Tyler Morris from the Salisbury Sabres on the Golden Bears. The Bears’ new offensive threat is 5’6, 170lbs.

Lastly the Golden Bears will be bringing in a new defensive lineman from Manitoba. DL Carson Shewfelt is the latest recruit to sign with Alberta, and will be leaving St. Paul’s in Winnipeg to further his football journey in Edmonton. At 6’5, 240lbs, Carson could make a name for himself at Alberta.



Manitoba is pleased to welcome CFC Prospect Game CFC100 OL Giordano Vaccaro back to the province. Giordano grew up in Winnipeg and spent time on the St. Paul’s Crusaders. He went on to play football in Clearwater, Florida for a season with the Knights. Center is Giordano’s main position, and he weighs in at 6’2, 278lbs.


The Regina Rams have signed an Albertan to their roster. Holy Trinity’s WR Michael Eagle Bear will leaving Alberta for the prairies, and stacks up is a 5’11, 175lbs slot receiver.

Then Rams have also recruited a receiver from their own province with WR Jackson Geddes leaving North Battleford at the end of the year. Jackson is 5’10, 170lbs, and played his high school football for North Battleford Composite.

The Rams have inked a tall defensive back. 6’2, 165lbs DB Cole Breitkreuz has signed with the U of R, and comes to the U of R from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Regina’s latest recruit played high school ball with Central Collegiate.



The Saskatchewan has added a new wide receiver to their team. WR Ercy Avul will be leaving W.J. Mouat in Abbotsford and heading to Saskatoon to join the Huskies.

“I chose the U of S because I felt it was a place I could leave a legacy at, and it felt the most comfortable football and school wise for my family,” he states.

Ercy will be studying Computer Science, and his goals at Saskatchewan are to leave a mark and to be the guy that motivates youth football players. The Huskies’ new wide out stands tall at 6’2, 165lbs.

A new cornerback will be calling Saskatoon home in 2022. DB Dylan Bock will be leaving B.C and heading east to further his studies and play football. The 6’0, 180lbs defensive back was most recently on the Kamloops Broncos, and grew up playing on the Saskatoon Guardians.

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