CFC TOP 100: The “BIG 10”

The final week of May rolls out the first edition of the CFC TOP 100 rankings for Class 2015.

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Since this is the first list, would like to officially introduce the “BIG 10” – those CFC TOP 100 players that are ranked in the TOP 10.  Here they are in order of rank:

Neville Gallimore


The 6’3, 280 pound defensive end from Ottawa, Ontario has nabbed over 20 NCAA Division 1 offers since February 20th.


Wesley Annan


The 6’4, 280 pound defensive lineman from Whitby, Ontario is currently attending Lake Forest Academy in Illinois.  Already, he has upwards of eighteen offers including ones from Bowling Green, Illinois, Syracuse, Brown and Maryland.

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).

Harper Sherman


The 6’4.5, 270 pound offensive lineman from New Westminster, British Columbia just received his seventh offer last week from San Diego State.  Among the others he has received include Arizona, California and Nevada.

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.

Mathieu Betts



The 6’3, 245 pound defensive end from Lasalle, Quebec 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.

Jonathan Femi-Cole Minn visit


The 5’11, 218 pound running back from Vaughan, Ontario has received three NCAA Division 1 offers with more to come.  Last month, he visited the first school that offered him – University of Minnesota Gophers.

This fall, Femi-Cole is set to begin his final season with the St. Andrew College Saints of the Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association (CISAA).  Other teams he has played for during his career include St. Joan of Arc Thunder of the York Region Athletic Association (YRAA) and the Newmarket Bucs of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL).

Louis Mathieu Normandin 3


The 6’2, 200 pound receiver from Montreal, Quebec is on the radar of several NCAA schools.  He plans to attend several camps during the summer with the hopes of landing some Division 1 offers.  North of the border, Laval, Sherbrooke and Montreal are among the teams that have expressed interest in the offensive standout.

Normandin will continue to play 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.

Jakob Butler 1


The 6’1, 205 pound linebacker from Sherwood Park, Alberta will be returning back this fall to Salisbury Sabres of the Alberta Schools Athletic Association (ASAA) for his senior year.

Hergy Mayala


The 6’2, 190 pound receiver from Montreal, Quebec has received four NCAA offers.  Among the schools that have offered him include Buffalo, Connecticut, Old Dominion and Rutgers.

Mayala has been playing high school football in the United States for the Trinity-Pawling Pride in New York.

Colton HUnchak 2


This is a big week for the 6’1, 180 pound athlete from Calgary, Alberta.  Not only did he earn a ranking on the CFC TOP 100, but he is also set to lead the Calgary Mavericks of the Calgary Area Midget Football Association (CAMFA) to the Tier 1 Championship Game this weekend.

Hunchak has guided the Notre Dame Pride of the Calgary Senior High School Athletic Association (CSHSAA) to two Provincial Tier 1 Championships.  While he has visited the University of Alberta Golden Bears, his heart’s desire is to play in the NCAA.

Graydon Campbell


The 6’3, 270 pound offensive lineman from Greely, Ontario has received 11 offers – Old Dominion Monarchs, Elon Phoenix, University of Marshall Thundering Herd, Bucknell Bisons and James Madison are just some of them.

Currently, Campbell is playing for his high school team, Episcopal Maroon in Alexandra, Virginia, where has been selected as an All-Conference and All-State Lineman. The offensive lineman has also suited up for the St. Mark Lions of the National Capital Secondary School Athletic Association (NCSSAA) and the South Gloucester Raiders of the National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA).


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