CFC Ranks: Top DEFENSIVE BACKS of the U-20 age group

Over the next few weeks the ‘CFC Scouting Bureau’ (see below) will be identifying the top 18 and 19 year old players eligible to play for the Canadian National Junior team. Today we profile the top high school, CIS, CEGEP and NCAA players that play DEFENSIVE BACK.

Name / birth year / province / current team / past teams / FCC / Commitment

CFC Scouting Bureau

The Canada Football Chat (CFC) Scouting Bureau is comprised of CFC scouts, player personnel directors of Canadian National program, selected private scouts, selected CIS coaches, and contributing Provincial Sports Organizations.

Each U20 team list will focus on players that are ‘age eligible’ (1993, 1994 birth years) and are from ‘member provinces’. Currently, Football British Columbia’s membership in Football Canada is “not in good standing” and players from that province are not eligible to represent Canada at the upcoming U20 IFAF Junior Football championship.

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CFC Ranks: Top DEFENSIVE BACKS of the U-20 age group


Over the next few weeks the ‘CFC Scouting Bureau’ (see below) will be identifying the top 18 and 19 year old players eligible to play for the Canadian National Junior team. Today we profile the top high school, CIS, CEGEP and NCAA players that play DEFENSIVE BACK.

Previous Rankings

TE / H-back / FB

Receivers

Running Backs

Linebackers

Name / birth year / province / current team / past teams / FCC / Commitment

CIS


Tevaughn Campbell
5’11 180 CB 1993 Ontario Regina Rams Sir Wilfrid Laurier / Toronto Thunder
-ran a 6.85 (60 meter) in the CANWEST track and field trials this winter and started as a freshman for the Rams


Kalvin Johnson
CB 1993 Ontario Western St. Marguerette / Bulldogs Team Ontario Westy
– another speedster who represented Canada in the International Bowl this January

Kwame Adjei
6’1 205 S 1993 Ontario Mount Allison Mounties Brampton Bulldogs
– was starting free safety as a freshman for the Mounties where he had 2 INTs and 23 solo tackles


Spencer Krieger
6’1 180 1 S 1993 Saskatchewan Sask Huskies Holy Cross Team Sask ’09, ’10
– played in one game as a freshman for the Huskies

CEGEP

Tomy Duperron

5’11 175 CB 1994 Quebec Champlain Harfangs du Triolet Team Québec 2011
– stand out for Team Quebec in dominate performance at the 2011 Football Canada Cup

Kevin McGee
CB 1993 Quebec Harfangs du Triolet Team Québec 2010
– another outstanding prospect from Quebec who has been a standout performer in CEGEP and at the Football Canada Cup

HIGH SCHOOL

David Nsabua
CB 1993 Ontario Cumberland Team Ontario East
– citizenship issue may preclude eligibility but would be most athletic player on the team

David Nsabua – u17 Football Canada Cup Highlights from David Nsabua on Vimeo.

Jack Gatza
6′ 185 S 1994 Ontario Assumption Stampeders Team Ontario West McGill
– injury and experience may prevent him from playing this year

Ryan Filyk
5’10 185 S 1994 Saskatchewan RIFFEL ROYALS Team Sask all star
– big gap in play from high school and non-high school (CIS & CEGEP) players may be the difference from this natural safety being on the squad. But remember all 3 of these high school names

Honouarable Mentions

Justin Sanvido
6’2 190 S British Columbia Vancouver College Team British Columbia

Rees Paterson
CB 1994 Alberta Archbishop Jordan Team Alberta all star

Shaquille Davis
S 1993 Ontario Fork Union / Huron Heights

Nathan Mitchell
5′ 10 180 S 1994 Alberta Paul Kane Team Alberta

Keldyn Ahlstedt
5’11 180 S 1993 Ontario Donald Wilson Pickering Dolphins McMaster

Gasper Stare
5’10 185 S 1993 Ontario Holy Names Essex Ravens

Michael Schmidt
6′ 187 CB 1993 Alberta Calgary Dinos Western Canada

CFC Scouting Bureau

The Canada Football Chat (CFC) Scouting Bureau is comprised of CFC scouts, player personnel directors of Canadian National program, selected private scouts, selected CIS coaches, and contributing Provincial Sports Organizations.

Each U20 team list will focus on players that are ‘age eligible’ (1993, 1994 birth years) and are from ‘member provinces’. Currently, Football British Columbia’s membership in Football Canada is “not in good standing” and players from that province are not eligible to represent Canada at the upcoming U20 IFAF Junior Football championship.

Advocating for football prospects one story at a time.

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