CFC100 DL Doiron makes it official on NCAA Early Signing Day

Mark another Canadian prospect off the big board with CFC100 Deondre Doiron announcing his commitment to the Buffalo Bulls on NCAA Early Signing Day.

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The 6’4″, 280lbs offensive and defensive lineman grew up playing for the local Western Jr. Mustangs, and played a key part in CFC50 Catholic Central finishing 9th on the CFC50 rankings after taking home the London city title in 2018, and 16th this past season. Doiron received his first NCAA offer from Buffalo on June 25th, and although he was fielding interest from UConn, Brown and Columbia, it didn’t take long for the big man to decide his fate committing all the way back in February.

Sitting on the border with Ontario, the Bulls are always a Canadian friendly school, and will have plenty of hometown love on campus when Dorion arrives. Buffalo are already home to CFC100s Julien Bourassa, Dev Lamour, Tomas Jack-Kurdyla, Dominic Johnson, Cole Burniston, and France national commit Jordan Avissey, who developed through the CEGEP ranks.

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