CFC100 QB Vaughn chooses NCAA destination

We’re witnessing the rebirth of the Canadian quarterback, and CFC100 Quincy Vaughn out of CFC10 Clarkson Football North is hoping to do his part with his commitment to Old Dominion.

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The 6’4″, 228lbs pivot hails from Hamilton where he suited up at Sir Allan MacNab, and led the Lions to a city title in 2017. One week later he threw for 342 yards and six touchdowns in the SOSSA semifinals against McKinnon Park, but ultimately was unable to secure a berth at the OFSAA Festival. Vaughn transferred to play at Clarkson Football North last season, and was eventually named to the CFC First Team All-Canadian list for his efforts playing a full American schedule.

There was plenty of interest from U Sports schools, but once Old Dominion appeared on the scene, the dream of playing in the NCAA became a reality. The Monarchs have been very active sending offers up north since their arrival in the FBS, and they’re beginning to see their hard work pay off with the commitment of Vaughn, and receiver CFC60 Frederik Antoine this past cycle. If all goes according to plan, we could see them turn into a formidable Canadian duo that can help Old Dominion compete for the Conference USA title.

Vaughn joins a growing list of Canadian quarterbacks down south that includes CFC100s Nathan Rourke, Kurtis Rourke, Dominic Johnson, CFC60s Jack Zerigiotis and Jonathan Senecal. They’ll be joined soon by CFC100s Christian Veilleux and Callum Wither as well, who also have multiple NCAA offers on the board.

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