CFC Prospect Game CFC100 LB Lytle announces NCAA commit

While many struggle to find the light at the end of the tunnel right now, that’s no longer an issue for CFC Prospect Game CFC100 LB Zach Lytle who announced his commitment to Dartmouth.

The 6’5″, 215lbs linebacker out of Winnipeg spent his high school career at provincial powerhouse CFC50 St. Paul’s, and earned a coveted spot in the inaugural CFC Prospect Game on TSN last June.

He is now the fifth NCAA commit from the CFC Prospect Game joining Arizona Wildcats CFC100 LB Leif Magnuson, UConn Huskies CFC100 DB Malcolm Bell, Eastern Washington Eagles CFC100 WR Nolan Ulm, and current Rutgers commit CFC100 OL Albert Reese.


Lytle is the son of former CFL fullback Dean Lytle, who played with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 1996, and played at Notre Dame from 1990-1994. His uncles Randy Lytle also played for Appalachian State, and Royce Lytle played for Mars Hill College, so it helps when a young prospect has direct examples he can follow along the way. 

If you’re looking for a diverse specimen, Lytle can also step in for the trumpet player in the school band if needed … How’s that for a two-way player? If you’d like to learn more about Lytle’s journey to the Ivy League, checkout his episode on Intros with Kato below.

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