Coaches draw CFC100 commit to Huskies

Huskies add a top local product to their 2019 class.

For CFC100 Dylan McNutt, an offensive lineman from Bishop James Mahoney High School, picking the University of Saskatchewan just made sense.

“I chose to go to the UofS because I wanted to stay close to home and not be behind financially behind after university,” McNutt said, who is from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. “UofS was a school that was more inclined for what I want to do after high school, which is become a personal trainer.”

Courtesy of Dylan McNutt.

McNutt added that he has always wanted to be a personal trainer after he started working out at Ignite Athletic Conditioning with Joel Lipinski, Jordan Harbridge and Donovan Dale. While his trainers guided him in high school, he will now be turning to the Huskies coaches in university.

“A lot of things appealed to me about the UofS, but one of the major things was the almost whole new coaching staff and personally I wanted to get on board with everything Head Coach Scott Flory is doing with the Huskies,” McNutt said.

“I have been around the Huskies coaching staff almost my entire football career and I really feel like that they have helped me become the football player I am today, and I am hoping that they will help develop me further into the player that I want to become.”

Standing at 6’3, 274lbs, McNutt has been playing football for seven years. The offensive guard spent his peewee and bantam days with the Babineau Warriors (KFL) before joining the Bishop James Mahoney Saints (SSSAD) in 2016. In 2015 he played with the U14 South Sask Selects, the tournament champions that year. In 2012, his first season with the Warriors, he received an honourable mention from the team. In the following year he was an honourable mention as an offensive lineman. He also helped the team win a city and provincial championship. He won a city and provincial championship with the Saints in 2016 as well.

With his football future settled for now, McNutt would like to “give a shout out to Ignite Athletic Conditioning for all the help, support and guidance along the way.”

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