#CFC100 recruit found fit with McMaster’s offence system

Burlington running back joins OUA team’s 2016 class.

#CFC100 Dominic Mandalfino will be calling Hamilton home for the next few years.

The 5’8.5, 185 pound running back from Burlington, Ontario has committed to McMaster Marauders.  Mandalfino will join the team for the 2016 OUA season.

Ultimately, proximity along with the combination of academics and the football program were the main reasons the #CFC100 recruit opted for the Marauders.

“I chose McMaster because of its Business program and the coaches and players were welcoming,” elaborated Mandalfino.  “I felt as I would fit into the way they run their offence system.”

“Lastly, it’s close to home.”

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Among the teams Mandalfino has played for include the Assumption Crusaders of the Halton Secondary School Athletic Association (HSSAA) and Burlington Stampeders of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC).

So far in two games with the Stampeders, the offensive standout has amassed 265 yards on 24 rushes (average of 11.04 yards per carry) and six touchdowns.

In 2015, the running back helped Team Ontario win a silver medal at the Football Canada Cup in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec.

This past spring, he participated in the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OFC) as a member of Team Halton-Peel’s varsity squad

Mandalfino was included in the #CFC100 CLASS 2016 RANKINGS.

With his commitment, Mandalfino is the fourth #CFC100 ranked recruit to join the Marauders.  The others include running back Justin Connolly, defensive end NiCarlo Funai and defensive back Nolan Putt.

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