CanWest Recruiting Wrap: Two CFC Prospect Game commits and massive NCAA transfer

Manitoba Bisons

CFC Prospect Game CFC100 Nevan Brown

Another local recruit will be sticking around town with LB Nevan Brown out of CFC50 Dakota signing on the dotted line with the Bisons.

The 6’1″, 205lbs prospects is one of the top ranked in Canada, and also participated in the 2022 CFC Prospect Game on TSN where he won MVP honours with Team Dunigan.

CFC100 DL Lamar Goods

Manitoba made a huge splash in the NCAA transfer market with DL Lamar Goods deciding to come home after his stint with the Florida Gators.

Goods played high school football for Holy Trinity in Fort MacMurray, AB, and spent his final year down south at St. Thomas More School in Oakdale, CT. The Bisons prized acquisition weighs in at 6’4″, 290lbs.

OL Sean Rowe

An offensive lineman from Winnipeg has agreed to stick around town and join the Manitoba Bisons. OL Sean Rowe makes his way to the big club after spending his high school years with the CFC50 Dakota Lancers.

“I chose the University of Manitoba because it is home,” he states. “I am grateful for the other schools that offered me, but me and my family felt Manitoba was the best fit. My goals are to win a Vanier, in high school my team lost in the finals twice, so winning a championship is the number 1 priority.”

Rowe should become a force to be reckoned with in the trenches standing at 6’5″, 310lbs.

Alberta Golden Bears

WR Michael Oladpo Jr.

The Golden Bears have brought in a WR Michael Oladpo Jr. out of Sir Winston Churchill in Calgary. They’re hoping the 6’2″, 175lbs receiver will help provide some fireworks in the passing game.

OL Tyler Bergin

A prospect from Chilliwack, BC will also be making the journey to Alberta next season with the signing of OL Tyler Bergin out of CFC50 Carson Graham. Bergin will try to use his 6’2″, 250lbs to his advantage to his advantage.

Calgary Dinos

QB Dom Britton

The University of Calgary Dinos are excited to welcome back QB Dom Britton from the Okanagan Sun. The CJFL star pivot is originally from Calgary where he attended St. Mary’s High School, and will provide a big presence under centre standing at 6’3″, 205lbs.

Regina Rams

WR Mark Mryglod

Regina have agreed to terms with Alberta born WR Mark Mryglod out of Leduc. The young receiver is pumped to be moving to Saskatchewan where football is number one.

“The community and atmosphere are a big reason I chose Regina. Regina is a very passionate city and a city that loves football,” he states. “They have a competitive program and is a program that can win now.”

The coaching staff is another reason Mryglod chose Regina.

“Their head coach, Mark McConkey, was CanWest Coach of the Year. Their receiver coach, Addison Richards, was drafted and played in the CFL. I think their program has lots I can learn from and is a program I can be successful in.”

The 5’11”, 170lbs prospect has also suited up for Leduc Minor Football Cats, and is excited to get the ball rolling on his new journey in Saskatchewan.

“My biggest goal at my new school is just contribute,” he states. “I want to help my team win and be successful in any way I can.”

Saskatchewan Huskies

CFC Prospect Game K/P Lukas Scott

A local kicker will be moving on to the Huskies with K/P Lukas Scott out of CFC50 Holy Cross ready to wear the green and white next season.

“I chose U of S for a few different reasons honestly,” he states. “I love the energy here with the Huskies and have grown up in Saskatoon. Honestly, I’ve always wanted to play for the Huskies and to be able to do that through football was a dream opportunity for me. The football program here is always fantastic. A top option across Canada was staying home close to my family and getting to play for a great program was ideal.”

The Huskies’ new recruit stands at 6’2″, 195lbs, and also played wide receiver at Holy Cross. He spent a few years with SMF Academy starting in Grade 10 when he made the North Saskatchewan Academy team.

“My goals with the Huskies are to further my kicking and punting abilities and maintain a healthy lifestyle while doing so,” he explains. “It’s a great environment and I think there’s no place better to become the best player I can be and hopefully make an impact in U-Sports football.”

WR Thomas Jule

Saskatchewan have taken another local recruit off the board with WR Thomas Jule out of CFC50 St. Joseph staying in Saskatoon to further his football career. The Huskies’ newest wide receiver weighs in at 5’11″, 190lbs.

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