CFC100 lands with Western

Western adds one provincial commit to their 2019 class.

CFC100 Lucca Blasi, a defensive lineman from the Phillips Academy, will soon be running with the Western Mustangs.

“I decided to commit to Western because of the mentality of the football program. Every coach is committed to making each player individually better, while still focusing on staying connected as a team,” he said. “The football program allows you to truly improve with hard work because of the amazing team you have backing you up for support.”

He added that the team’s coaching staff has been very open with him during his recruitment. “I really like the mentality they have to take every play during practice as serious as possible and the dedication they have to make each player improve,” Blasi said.

Currently interested in economics, Blasi is aiming for the IVY business program, which he can take in third year if he maintains an 80 overall average in his first two years.

Blasi is from Toronto, Ontario, where he played with the St. Michael’s Kerry Blues (CISAA) and the Scarborough Thunder (OFC). In 2018, he won a Metrobowl with the Kerry Blues. He was also the team’s “lineman of the year” that year. Standing at 6’3, 260lbs, he participated in the 2018 Fox 40 Prospect Challenge.

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