CFC 100 recruit NCAA bound

CFC 100 running back verbally commits to NCAA Division 1’s University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux

Two months after receiving the offer, CFC 100 Brady Oliveira has committed to NCAA Division 1 team University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux.

The 5’10, 225 pound running back from Winnipeg, Manitoba made the decision official on his twitter account on August 15th:

Back in June, Oliveira received the offer from the Fighting Sioux after competing in a 7v7 tournament at the school. “The Head Coach, Bubba Shweigertz brought me up to his office at the end of the day and we had a great conversation about University of North Dakota, football, academics and just life in general and then he said we would like to offer you and I was absolutely speechless,” recounted the Manitoba offensive standout in a previous interview with CFC. Oliveira began his gridiron ascension at the age of 12 with the North Winnipeg Football Club.  He would soon move on to play for the Oak Park Raiders of the Winnipeg High School Football League (WHSFL). Most recently, the running back completed his junior season at Canada Prep Academy.

This past May, the offensive standout was ranked on the on the first edition of CFC’s TOP 100 CLASS 2015.

Oliveira is the second Manitoba recruit to commit to the Fighting Sioux in the past week.  Offensive lineman Zack Williams committed to the team earlier in the week.

Fighting Sioux Running Backs Coach Kevin Maurice was thrilled of the CFC 100 commitment and expressed it via twitter:

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