CFC100, one other feel at home with McMaster

McMaster welcomes one CFC100 commit and one local commit to their 2019 class.

CFC100 Defensive lineman Addison Sadler from Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School and running back Eric Faubert from Sir Allan MacNab Secondary School know where they belong and that’s with the McMaster Marauders.

CFC100 Addison Sadler

By Olivia Jules.

Facing down his future, Addison Sadler from Surrey, British Columbia, hopped on a plane and headed out east to visit McMaster. “After my visit and talking to players and coaches I got to see the culture, atmosphere and facilities they have over there, and I was sold. It’s a great place to be right now,” he said.

“Great coaches,” he added. “I know Coach Ptasek, Coach Brady and the rest know what they’re doing and do it well.”

The 6’3, 235lbs defensive end has been playing for five years with the Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers (BCSSAA). He competed with the Fox 40 Prospect Challenge in grade ten. The following year he was a conference all-star. He is interested in either engineering or political science.

Eric Faubert

Courtesy of Eric Faubert.

Eric Faubert of Hamilton, Ontario, didn’t need to look any further than his hometown to find what he wanted. “On my first visit to the campus I immediately felt at home,” he said. “The coaches not only talked football with me but listened to many different aspects of my life. They were very straightforward in telling me my significance to the team and the role I would play.”

He added that he believes the team has the best coaching staff in the OUA. “Going to other visits really gave me insight into the knowledge, as well as the connection, each coach has with their players,” he said. “I believe McMaster’s coaching staff exemplifies these coaching standards in a way that is second to none.”

Faubert began his career at the age of 12 with the Hamilton Minor Football Association. He played one season with the Burlington Stampeders and four with the Sir Allan MacNab Lions (HWIAA). He helped the Lions to two back-to-back championships in 2016 and 2016. He was a team MVP in 2018. Standing at 6’1, 190lbs, he is interested in taking kinesiology.

Having faith in his team, Faubert ended with, “McMaster is poised for a Vanier run!”

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