CanWest Recruiting Wrap: Reputation brings CFC Prospect Game recruit to Saskatchewan

Alberta Golden Bears

The University of Alberta continues their busy offseason with the signing of a new lineman. Max Sama hopes to boost the Golden Bears defensive line in the future.

“I chose the University of Alberta because they give me really good opportunities for my football and regular career,” he states.

Sama will be enrolling in a business and commerce course. His goals for the University of Alberta are to be an Honor Roll Student Athlete, and to make the U Sports All-Star team.

Saskatchewan Huskies

The Saskatchewan Huskies have started this offseason busy. We begin with defensive lineman Josh Reed from CFC50 Holy Cross in Saskatoon. Reed will be pursuing an engineering degree.

Another defensive lineman from Saskatoon will be joining the Huskies in 2023. Jaxson Kramchynsky has been brought in to bolster the University of Saskatchewan’s line. Kramchynsky will be leaving the Bishop J. Mahoney Saints to wear the green and white of the Huskies next season. He has enrolled in the Arts and Science department at the U of S.

The University of Saskatchewan has inked a new defensive back. CFC Prospect Game CFC100 Tazmin Smith-Windsor has been signed by the Huskies. Smith-Windsor is currently in his last season with the Carlton Crusaders out of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. He will be studying in faculty of Arts and Science.

A local linebacker has made his commitment to the Saskatchewan Huskies. Porter Hanson has agreed to terms with the University of Saskatchewan.

I chose the U of S because I believe they are the best football program in the country with a great coaching staff,” he states. “The convenience in staying home for school made the choice easier as well.”

Hanson is a member of the CFC50 Holy Cross Crusaders, and the young linebacker will be trying to obtain an engineering degree while he’s at the University of Saskatchewan.

My goals are to graduate with a degree and win a Vanier Cup with the Huskies,” he states.


Regina Rams

The Regina Rams have added size to their wide receivers with a recent signing. At 6’5, 180lbs Caelan Haid should be able to use his frame to help out the Rams’ quarterback. Haid joins the Rams after spending his high school years with the Michael A. Riffel Royals in Regina.

A new defensive lineman has agreed to terms with the Regina Rams. Local lineman Matthew Zeiler is excited to take the next step in his football career with his hometown team. Zeiler chose the University of Regina because he wanted to stay home, and the culture Coach McConkey is building looks bright.

“I want to do my part in making the Rams a championship team, and to become the best ball player I can be,” he states.

Before the U of R, Matthew was in the Saskatchewan Selects program his whole life, and in Regina Minor Football. For the last four years Zeiler has been a member of the Winston Knoll Wolverines. He will be enrolling in the faculty of Education at the University of Regina.

The University of Regina Rams have signed another wide receiver. Hudson South comes to the Rams from Melfort, Saskatchewan. South played high school football for the Melfort and Unit Comets.

Another defensive lineman will be joining the Rams in 2023. Tanner Weir will be leaving Balgonie for Regina to take the next step in his football journey. Weir has most recently been a member of the CFC25 Greenall Griffins.

The Rams are pleased to announce their signing of an offensive lineman from Saskatchewan. Moose Jaw’s Mackenzie Hills-Craig will head west to Regina to try and make holes for the offense. Hills-Craig grew his football skills with CFC25 Central Collegiate.

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