CFC100 ATH Corcoran makes it official on NCAA Early Signing Day

You can mark another Canadian name off the NCAA offers page with CFC100 Joey Corcoran out of St. Paul’s School (NH) officially signing with New Hampshire on NCAA Early Signing Day.

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Corcoran originally hails from Montreal where he played at Selwyn House before forgoing his CEGEP career to play down south. The FPC Showcase veteran can play either receiver or defensive back at an elite level, and followed in the footsteps of CFC100 Ezechiel Tieide, who played quarterback at St. Paul’s before moving to defensive back with Boston College. He received his first DI offer from local New Hampshire, then followed up with a pair from UMass and Bryant University, but he wanted to stick around town where he’s settled into his second home,

“Confidence was key, the move down here was easy with all the support from my friends and family, the team and I became brothers from the first practice. I just knew I had to perform to get to where I wanted to go, on the field and in the classroom.”

New Hampshire was previously home to CFC100 Alonzo Addae, who recently transferred to West Virginia, and also had offers for CFC100s Eric Schon and Mathieu Masse-Pelletier before they announced their commitments.

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