CFC#2 Vilain commits to NCAA’s Michigan Wolverines (VIDEO)

After a lengthy process which netted over 30 NCAA offers, CFC#2 Luiji Vilain has finally made one of the biggest decisions of his career.

Yesterday, the 6’4, 240 pound defensive end from Ottawa, Ontario announced that he has verbally committed to Division 1 Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) team, Michigan Wolverines.  Vilain cannot officially sign until NCAA National Signing Day, which takes place in early February.

Last week, Vilain announced that the Wolverines were one of three finalists with the others being USC Trojans and Virginia Tech Hokies. Media reports indicated the defensive standout took in an unofficial visit on May 21st to the Wolverines and that based on his bond that he developed with Wolverines Defensive Line Coach Greg Mattison, that he opted for them.

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Previous to the final three, the #CFC100 defensive star was also considering Alabama Crimson Tide, Boston College Eagles, Duke Blue Devils, Florida Gators, Georgia Bulldogs, Miami Hurricanes, Michigan State Spartans,Ohio State Buckeyes, Tennessee Vols, UCLA Bruins and North Carolina Tar Heels.

This past weekend was an exciting one not only because of his committment.  Vilain announced via social media that Vilain has also been selected to participate in the 2017 Under Armour All-American Game:

During the summer of 2015, the defensive standout attended several events including Michigan’s Sound Mind Sound Body Camp and Ohio State’s Friday Night Lights Camp.

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Currently, Vilain is suiting up for Alexandria Virginia’s Episcopal Maroon.

Other teams Vilain has suited up for north of the border include Cumberland Panthers of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) and South Gloucester Giants of the National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA).

Last month, Vilain was ranked second on the first edition of the #CFC100 CLASS 2017 RANKINGS.

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