CFC100 Ethan Vibert decides on life as a Jack Rabbit

There were plenty of FCS schools who wanted to see CFC100 Ethan Vibert dawn their school colours, but in the end it was South Dakota State who celebrated Early Signing Day with the stud offensive linemen. He developed his talent playing for CFC50 Miller in Saskatchewan, who were one of the surprise programs of this season after taking home their first provincial championship since 1971.


Vibert is preparing to join another program who’ve built a winning pedigree of their own, and says the winning atmosphere is one of the major reasons he decided to become a Jack Rabbit,

“I chose SDSU because they treated you like family. They are one of the best programs in the country at their level and I strongly believe they can help me reach my full potential as a football player and a person. Also the fact that I’ll be able to come in and make a difference early in my college career.”

SDSU have made the FCS playoffs seven years in a row, and finished the latest campaign ranked fifth in the nation with a 10-3 record before bowing out to North Dakota State in the semifinals. Vibert is the second Canadian to commit to the program since we started tracking back in 2010, with the other being Brad Lyons, who’s now plays for Simon Fraser.

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