#CFCOPC DL Pyle keeping busy during offseason


Cowboys standout already considering three CIS schools.

It’s been an active summer for Halton Cowboys defensive lineman Garrison Pyle.

Garrison Pyle

Defensive Line (End/Tackle), Linebacker (Inside), Tight End, Offensive Line (Guard/Tackle), Longsnapper

6’1, 205lbs

Halton Cowboys (junior varsity: OVFL)
Bishop Reding Royals (high school: HSSAA)


Official Visits:

Guelph, Wilfrid Laurier, Mount Allison, Open



Garrison is a two-time Lineman of the Year with the junior varsity Halton Cowboys of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL).  Least year, he led his team last year in tackles and sacks.

The next school year, he will play for the Bishop Reding Royals of the Halton Secondary School Athletic Association (HSSAA).

Last month, the standout participated in the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC). 

Garrison trains hard with the goal of developing into a better gridiron player.

“I am going to the gym during the offseason to work on my entire body, but during the season I do push ups, sit ups, triceps extensions and leg raises,” says Garrison, who is also a serious karate student who is close to earning his black belt.

Additionally, he aims to further build team mentality this season and personally develop in the process.

“To improve this season, I will try to be more a leader on my club football team,” adds Garrison.  “But I will also continue to work on keeping myself in shape and also on my aggression and technique.”

Garrison’s inspiration is his father.

“He is always pushing me to do better in academics and education,” says Garrison who looks forward to pursuing a university education and prolonging his career as long as possible,  If his gridiron career doesn’t continue, he would like to pursue his passion for cooking by becoming a chef.

While he has only just finished Grade 9, he is already considering three CIS schools – Guelph, Wilfrid Laurier and Mount Allison University.

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