Concordia attracts two Quebec natives, one out of province commit

The Stingers added three linemen commitments to their 2020 talent pool, including two from Quebec.

Cédric Roberge (6’3, 310 lbs) — Offensive Lineman from Cégep Saint-Jérôme (Saint-Jérôme, QC)

The offensive lineman out of Cégep Saint-Jérôme is a versatile player capable of playing either guard or tackle. Roberge is an impressive combination of athleticism, using his size and speed to his advantage on the gridiron. Concordia is receiving a polished product to help solidify their offensive front.

Nikki Sklivas (6’0, 290 lbs) — Offensive Lineman from Vanier College (Montreal, QC)

Sklivas is a sturdy and stocky lineman from Vanier College with high potential to bolster the Stingers’ offensive line. The 6’0 and 290-pound specimen is a force on the offensive front and will be a key member of Concordia’s team in 2020 and beyond.

Taylor Sherlock (6’3, 230 lbs) — Defensive End from Gloucester High School (Gloucester, ON)

The Stingers are pleased to add an athletic defensive end from Ontario to their defensive front. Sherlock stands at 6’3 and 230-pounds and appears ready to step into a role with Concordia in the near future.

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