Carleton Ravens coaches ‘very professional,’ says commit

Ravens bring in decorated quarterback to Class of 2018.

When Travis Arp, a quarterback from Denis Morris Catholic High School, visited the Carleton Ravens, there was something about it he couldn’t describe.

“I chose to commit to Carleton University because of the feeling I have on campus and in the locker room. Nothing else compares,” Arp said. “The coaching staff is amazing, very professional and knowledgeable. They showed they are very invested in each player’s success on and off the field.”

Interested in psychology, Arp said the school provides a very good psych program. “It provides me with the best opportunity and experience to be successful,” he said.

In his 11-year career, Arp has played for the Denis Morris Catholic High School Redmen (Niagara Catholic Athletic Association) and the Niagara Spears (OPFL). He is a three-time NCAA all-star. In 2016, he was the league’s offensive MVP, his team’s MVP and an OVFL all-star. During the all-star game, he was named as the offensive MVP. He was also selected to the Fox 40 Top 100 Prospects and was an MVP of the Top Prospect camp.

Standing at 6’1, 185lbs, Arp is from St. Catherines, Ontario.

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