CFC100, one other commits to Queen’s

Queen’s adds two Ontario commits to their 2019 class.

Fullback Sammy Csinos from Catholic Central High School and CFC100 linebacker Adam Sedore from Football North Clarkson are ready to make the most of the opportunity they’ve received from the Queen’s Gaels.

Sammy Csinos

When Sammy Csinos committed to Queen’s, he knew there was something special about the university. “I was drawn to Queen’s because of their strong academic background, their tradition and the opportunities that I could have by choosing to be a Gael that I wouldn’t get anywhere else,” he said.

Csinos, who is interested in health studies, added that, “I really enjoyed the coaching staff. They were a big part of my decision. I’m looking forward to being coached by them for the next four years.”

Calling Aylmer, Ontario, home, which is south of London, Csinos spent four years with the Catholic Central Crusaders (TVRA) and two with the London Jr. Mustangs (OPFL). He won a WOSSA championship in 2018 and was a 2018 LDA all-star. He was a team captain on the 2018 Crusaders and was a two-time Ontario champion in 2017 and 2018. Standing at 6’0, 210lbs, he also plays as a long snapper.

CFC100 Adam Sedore

Adam Sedore is a member of Football North Clarkson. Standing at 6’1 200lbs, he is from Burlington, Ontario. He began his career in grade nine with the Dr. Frank J. Hayden Huskies (HSSAA). He has also played with the Burlington Stampeders (OFC) and was a member of Team Halton-Peel at the Fox 40 Prospect Challenge.

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