Carabins offer commit chance

The Carabins add a local commit to their 2019 class.

After missing some time last year, CFC60 Bryan Owusu-Bekoe, a defensive lineman from Vanier College, is ready to get back to work with the University of Montréal Carabins.

“I had a season ending injury last year, a fractured scapula. After six years as a wide receiver, I had one more year to prove my worth as a defensive end and outside linebacker. Now I got the chance to learn and play with the best defence in the country in 2018,” Bekoe said.

Bekoe, who is from Montréal, Québec, added that he chose the Carabins because of “the level of competition, the facilities in place, the coaching and the familiarity with players I’ve played with and against throughout my football journey.”

When he spoke further about the coaches, Bekoe said that they know how to win and succeed at the highest level. “They want the best out of each and every one of the players, not only to win but to prepare them for their pro career if the player desires that path,” he added.

Bekoe, who is 6’4, 220lbs, spent four years with Les Loups de l’École Curé-Antoine-Labelle (RSEQ). He then spent three with the Vanier College Cheetahs (RSEQ Division 1). As a wide receiver, he won a Bol d’Or in 2014 with Les Loups. He is interested in communications.

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