CFC100 Q&A: Tanner Hawley planning commitment

It’s been a wild year for CFC100 Tanner Hawley, who helped bring home the first OFSAA banner in CFC50 Holy Cross history, and also made the jump onto the CFC100 Class 2019 rankings. Hawley is currently sitting on two different offers from different provinces, and is planning on announcing his commitment in February.

Hawley on his experience playing for CFC50 Holy Cross, and winning the first OFSAA title in school history … 

Playing at Holy Cross was great, you’re surrounded by coaches who want to make players the best possible athletes and are always available to help. With having two former Queen’s Vanier Cup winners and loads of ex university players as coaches, they help us as players understand the recruiting system and make sure that every player on the team knows their role and what they need to do for the team to win! Winning an OFSAA banner was extremely special, we’ve never won a football OFSAA before in the schools history. To end my high school career as a Crusader in a winning fashion was great and I couldn’t of asked for a better outcome.


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