CFC100 QB Vaughn provides Signing Day dramatics

CFC100 quarterback Quincy Vaughn provided some signing day drama at Clarkson Football North this afternoon, where he slipped off his Old Dominion shirt to reveal he’ll be signing with North Dakota instead.

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Vaughn originally announced his commitment to Old Dominion back in June, but had a change of heart after completing his final season at Football North filled with the same type of drama. The hallmark of their season came in Cleveland when Vaughn connected with CFC100 receiver Nathan Demontagnac on a last second Hail Mary to defeat local powerhouse St. Ignatius. Along the way he also grabbed an offer from Fordham, where his older brother Justin Vaughn suited up before getting selected 38th overall in 2017 by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

The 6’4″, 228lbs pivot hails from Hamilton, Ontario, 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.

Vaughn will be joining former Football North teammate offensive lineman Kyle Hergel on campus, alongside fellow Canadian defensive back Jeremie Dominique.

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