#CFC100 2015 DB becomes Guelph’s first 2016 commitment

Local standout joins OUA team’s 2016 class.

A local standout is the Guelph Gryphons’ first commitment for their 2016 recruitment class.

Yesterday, the football program announced that Graham Brodie is the newest Gryphon.  The 5’11 175 pound defensive back from Guelph, Ontario will join the team for the 2016 OUA season.

“Graham is an outstanding local product that we are extremely happy that he choose to stay home and attend University of Guelph,” commented Gryphons Defensive Coordinator Kevin MacNeill.

Brodie has played for the Bishop MacDonell Celtics of Guelph District 10 in the Central Western Ontario Secondary School Association (CWOSSA). During his time there, he has been selected as a Guelph District 10 All-Star.

Moreover, Brodie is a two-time All-Star with the Guelph Jr Gryphons of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC). He also guided Team Ontario to a gold medal at the 2014 Football Canada Cup in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

The defensive standout also was included on both the second and final edition of the #CFC100 CLASS 2015 RANKINGS.

Gryphons Special Forces and Recruiting Coordinator Bill Brown is ecstatic of the opportunity of instructing Brodie once again.  He believes that the defensive back’s playmaking abilities will be an asset for the team.

“I had the pleasure to coach Graham on the championship Team Ontario squad in 2014,” expressed Brown.  “He has great footwork and is technically sound as a defensive back.”

“Graham will fit in nicely with the Gryphon family. He is a playmaker and I am looking forward to coaching Graham again.”

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