CFC27 Update (5): McMaster climbs, Queen’s add key pieces

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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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Laval and Montreal remain in the lead again this week in 1st and 2nd respectively. Regina and Alberta swap spots with Regina in 3rd place and 708 total points and Alberta in 4th with 654 total points. McMaster pushed out Carleton with 552 total points as they added some more commits to their ever growing class – now at 25.

Laval, Saskatchewan, and Montreal retain their positions (1, 2, 3) in the average points per player, but Queen’s pushed ahead of UBC with their signing of quarterback CFC100 Kasten Wayken. That brings their total to 6 CFC100s in 11 commits at 36.09 average points per player.

UBC has 5 CFC100s and 11 commits so they are not far behind the Gaels. The Thunderbirds average 34.55 points per player. While UBC added another international player just recently, international players do not receive points in the CFC27 ranking.

*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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