Carabins welcome CFC60, one other commit to team

Montréal welcomes two Québec commits to their 2019 class.

CFC60 Kaylyn Smith St-Cyr, a defensive back from Vanier College, and Michaël Morin, a running back from Cégep de Trois-Rivières, are ready to get to work with the University of Montréal Carabins.

CFC60 Kaylyn Smith St-Cyr

By Jonathan Cyga.

When looking at universities, Kaylyn Smith St-Cyr found all that he wanted in Montréal. “I chose Montréal for the quality of the program and the level they have,” he said. “Also, to stay close to home and my family. I saw myself as a Carabin.”

He added that the coaches are amazing; “They are very professional and good. I like the way they approach football and strategies. Definitely the best coaching staff I could ask (for).”

The 6’0, 185lbs back from La Prairie, Québec, is interested in taking interior security and police technics.

Smith St-Cyr’s career has spanned over 14 years. In high school he played with La Milice de La Magdeleine (RSEQ) before joining the Vanier Cheetahs (RSEQ Division 1). He also played with Les Diablos de La Prairie. In 2015 he was named as the best defensive player in Canada. He was also named to the 2018 RSEQ all-star.

“I want to thank everyone throughout my career who helped and believed in me, especially my mom,” Smith St-Cyr said. “I’m doing this all for them.”

Michaël Morin

In his career, Michaël Morin has played a variety of positions from running back, to tight end and fullback. Standing at 6’1, 218lbs, he has played with Le Vert et Or du Séminaire Saint-Joseph (RSEQ) in high school and Les Diablos du Cégep de Trois-Rivières (RSEQ Division 2) in cégep. He is from Trois-Rivières, Québec.

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