Commits heading north of border, join Rams

Rams add two international commits to their team.

Defensive back Malik Williams from the Westshore Rebels (CJFL) and athlete Donte Fils-Aime from Lake Worth High School are packing their bags and moving to the Great White North after signing with the University of Regina Rams.

Malik Williams

Malik Williams was not introduced to the Canadian game until the 2017 season, but he has grown to like it enough to play it for another five years. After seeing the sights in Langford, BC, Williams will be heading east to the prairies.

“I chose this school because they have a good program history. The coaches as well as the players have bought into (the mentality of) being successful on and off the field,” he said. “I feel as if they have a very good mindset when it comes to winning a championship.”

Williams added that he believes the coaches are great people who truly care about the program. He said they also care about their players on and off the field “in helping them become better young men. The coaches are very organized and thoughtful while determining how they (can) maximize on helping players reach their full potential in all aspects.”

On top of the friendly staff, the potential film studies student said that the school has a beautiful campus.

Standing at 6’0, 208lbs, the defensive back and outside linebacker spent two years in California with the Shasta College Knights before moving to BC to play with the Westshore Rebels. In 2015, he helped the Knights win an American Division Bowl. The same year, and the following year, he was a PAC 7 champion.

“I want to thank the coaches for this great opportunity,” Williams said. “I am very excited about the near future.”

Donte Fils-Aime

A former Sherbrooke Vert & Or commit, Donte Fils-Aime has elected to travel to Saskatchewan and join the Rams instead. He is 5’10, 205lbs and formally played with the Lake Worth Trojans in his hometown of Lake Worth, Florida.

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