CFC27 Update (4): Saskatchewan, UBC continue to add quality; uOttawa, Toronto get posted

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It’s that time of year again when (CFC) ranks all 27 U Sport program’s recruiting classes. Every week, CFC will be updating total points and average points per player. All U Sport teams are fully up to date with the U Sport Commits page.

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There was more movement in the top 5 this week in both total points and average points per player.

Laval and Montreal remain number 1 and 2 in total points. Alberta moved up into third place with 644 points and 5 CFC100s and Regina is close behind them with 643 points and 5 CFC100s also. Carleton takes the fifth spot with 494 points and 4 CFC100s.

This is where it got a bit interesting. Laval stays status quo in number one, but Saskatchewan moved up into second place with 40.22 points per average player. British Columbia moved the third place with 39.44 points on average. The signing of CFC100 Lucas Robertson definitely helped with this result. Queen’s remains in the top 5 as well in fourth spot with 39.00 points per average and 4 CFC100s. CFC100 Ethan Martin was a huge signing for the Gaels and boosted their points this week.

Montreal stays in the top 5 in the fifth spot. We don’t see either Laval or Montreal adding much more to their recruiting classes as they are usually finished by the Christmas break.

For the rest of the rankings, both uOttawa and Toronto were added. Concordia and York have yet to post 5+ players in order for us to report their points and Acadia has yet to release any of their recruits. They are not posted on the rankings in either total points or average points per player.

*note: Because this is a ‘live’ list, the below ranking may not reflect the description above due to the week to week change.  

Click here for U Sports Commits Class of 2019

Click here for CFC100/CFC60 player class RANKINGS


# # Team Commits CFC 100/60 Total

# # Team Commits CFC 100/60 Total Points Avg / Player

Teams are ranked by two different categories: (1) TOTAL POINTS and; (2) AVERAGE PER PLAYER

CFC employs a point system based on the recruits declared in the recruiting class on CFC:

  • Players are rated based on (a) CFC100/60 rankings (b) 4-star ranking (c) 3-star ranking (d) NR
  • POINTS NOT ALLOCATED to (a) Transfersthey would have acquired points in their original class year; (b) International commits who ONLY played outside of Canada prior to U Sports commitment
  • CFC27 is updated approximately once per week (there can be a lag of a few days behind the U Sports commit list)
  • Teams are not ranked until they have a minimum of 5 players on their commit list

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