CFC 100 CLASS 2015: The “BIG 10” – 3.0 (FINAL) Edition (VIDEO)

The beginning of a month also signals the official release of the third and final edition of the CFC 100 CLASS 2015.

With this final list, CanadaFootballChat.com would like to introduce you with those players that are ranked in the TOP 10. Here is the “BIG 10”

Neville Gallimore

 

  • (1) NEVILLE GALLIMORE, 6’3, 280 – DE (ONTARIO)

The 6’3, 280 pound defensive end from Ottawa, Ontario has secured his reign over the top spot in the CFC 100 for the third consecutive time.  In the past year, Gallimore nabbed over 20 NCAA Division 1 offers including from Oklahoma, Cincinnati, California, Florida, Kansas, Maryland, Miami, Michigan State, Minnesota, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Nevada, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oregon, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Rice, South Florida, TCU, UCLA, Wake Forest and Wisconsin.

Finally on January 2nd, Gallimore announced during the U.S Army-All American Bowl that he would be signing with the Oklahoma Sooners. The other two teams that were in final contention were Ohio State and Florida State.

He will officially sign with the Sooners on Wednesday, during NCAA’s Signing Day.

CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLES ON CFC #1 NEVILLE GALLIMORE

Wesley Annan

2)      (2) WESLEY ANNAN, 6’4 280 – DL (ONTARIO)

The 6’4, 280 pound defensive lineman from Whitby, Ontario attended Lake Forest Academy in Illinois.  Annan racked up 22 offers including ones from Bowling Green, Illinois, Syracuse, Brown, Maryland, Boston College, New Mexico and Virginia.

This past November, Annan chose FBS team, Stanford Cardinals.  He will officially sign with the team during NCAA’s Signing Day on Wednesday.

Among the teams Annan has previously suited up north of the border include the Toronto Thunder of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) and the Donald A Wilson Gators of the Lake Ontario Secondary School Athletic Association (LOSSAA).

CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLES ON CFC#2 WESLEY ANNAN

Harper Sherman

3)      (3) HARPER SHERMAN, 6’4.5 270 – OL (BRITISH COLUMBIA)

After receiving several NCAA offers, the 6’4.5, 270 pound offensive lineman from New Westminster, British Columbia announced on August 1st that he verbally committed to the Arizona Wildcats for the 2015 season.

Among the others he received included ones from Wyoming, Oregon State, California, Nevada, UTEP, Washington State, Wyoming and San Diego State.

Sherman has played for the New Westminster Hyacks of the British Columbia High School Football Association (BCHSFA).  This past season, the lineman was selected as a BCHSFA Western Conference All-Star and a British Columbia AAA all-star.

CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLES ON CFC#3 HARPER SHERMAN

Mathieu Betts

4)      (5) MATHIEU BETTS, 6’3 245 – DE (QUEBEC)

While the 6’3, 245 pound defensive end from Lasalle, Quebec has committed to CIS team Laval Rouge et Or, he is still considering NCAA options.

Last month, Betts took in official visits with two NCAA teams – Temple Owls and Purdue Boilermakers.

Betts was named CEGEP Division 1 Defensive Player of the Year and selected as a CEGEP Division 1 All-Star for his play with the Vieux-Montreal Spartiates.

Other teams Betts has previously suited up for include RSEQ Juvenile Division 1’s Notre-Dame Cactus and Lasalle Warriors.

CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLES ON CFC#4 MATHIEU BETTS

Brendan Oleary Orange

5) (NR) BRENDAN O’LEARY ORANGE, 6’5 203 – REC (ONT):

A newcomer to the rankings, the 6’5, 203 pound receiver from Etobicoke, Ontario verbally committed back in December to NCAA Division 1 team, Nevada Wolfpack.

He is currently attending Canada Prep Academy.  Additionally, O’leary Orange has also suited up for Michael-Power St. Joseph Trojans of the Toronto District Catholic Athletic Association (TDCAA) and Etobicoke Eagles of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL).

CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLES FOR CFC#5 BRENDAN O’LEARY ORANGE

Jonathan Femi-Cole Minn visit

6)      (4) JONATHAN FEMI-COLE, 5’11, 218 – RB (ONTARIO)

During a visit, the 5’11, 218 pound running back from Vaughan Ontario committed to NCAA Division 1 team, University of Minnesota Gophers on July 19th, 2014.

Femi-Cole will officially sign with the Gophers on Wednesday, during NCAA Signing Day.

The Ontario running back has played with St. Andrew’s College Saints of the Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association (CISAA). Femi-Cole began his football career in grade nine for the St. Joan of Arc Thunder of the York Region Athletic Association (YRAA); he was instantaneously hooked on the sport.

The Ontario offensive standout moved on to have a successful career with the Newmarket Bucs of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL).  During his time with the Bucs, he was honoured for his exceptional play on the field with Player of the Week, OVFL Offensive Player MVP honours as well as an OVFL All-Star selection.

CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLES ON CFC#6 JONATHAN FEMI-COLE

Hergy Mayala profile 1

7)      (7) HERGY MAYALA, 6’2 190 – REC (QUEBEC)

After the 6’2, 195 pound wide receiver/defensive back from Montreal, Quebec received offers from several NCAA schools including Rutgers, UCONN, Buffalo, UMASS and Old Dominion as well as being contacted by McMaster Marauders and Montreal Carabins in the CIS, Mayala made his decision this past October.

Mayala will sign with NCAA Division 1’s UCONN Huskies during Signing Day on Wednesday.

The two-way standout recently suited up for New York prep school team Trinity-Pawling Pride.  Previous to the Pride, he has played for both the North Shore Lions and the North Shore Mustangs.

Throughout his career, the Quebec standout has been honoured for his play on the field.  Among the honours include Lions Linebacker MVP and Mustangs Wide Receiver MVP.

CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLES ON CFC#7 HERGY MAYALA

Cedric Joseph commitment

8) (10) CEDRIC JOSEPH, 6’1 197 RB (QUEBEC)

The Western Mustangs announced on January 22nd that the 6’1, 197 pound running back from Montreal, Quebec officially committed to the team.

Joseph completed a stint with CEGEP Division 1’s Champlain Lennoxville Cougars.  In 2014, he amassed 1108 yards on 188 carries (average of 5.9 yards per carry) and scored 12 touchdowns.

He also suited up for the North Shore Mustangs.

CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLES ON CFC#8 CEDRIC JOSEPH

Colton Hunchak 2014

 

9)      (8) COLTON HUNCHAK, 6’1 180 – ATH (ALBERTA)

The 6’1, 180 pound athlete from Calgary, Alberta guided the Notre Dame Pride of the Calgary Senior High School Athletic Association (CSHSAA) their third Provincial Tier 1 Championships.  While he has visited the University of Alberta Golden Bears, his heart’s desire is to play in the NCAA and is considered one of the sought after recruits left in this class.

In spring 2014, he led the Calgary Mavericks of the Calgary Area Midget Football Association (CAMFA) to the Tier 1 Championship Game.

CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLES ON CFC#9 COLTON HUNCHAK

Louis Mathieu Normandin Carabins commitment

10)      (6) LOUIS-MATHIEU NORMANDIN, 6’2 200 – REC (QUEBEC)

Recently, the 6’2, 200 pound receiver from Montreal, Quebec committed to Vanier Cup Champions.  However, like former teammate Betts, Normandin is still considering NCAA options and took in a visit to Division 1 team, University of Maine Black Bears this past weekend.

Normandin played for CEGEP Division 1 team, Vieux-Montreal Spartiates.  During his time with RSEQ Juvenile Division 1’s Notre-Dame Cactus, the team won the Bol D’Or Championship. He has also suited up for the Sun Youth Hornets.

CLICK HERE FOR ARTICLES ON CFC#10 LOUIS-MATHIEU NORMANDIN

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