CPA Cheetah, Prince Andrew Panther now with SMU

Huskies bring in two local commits to their Class of 2017.

Ryan Langille, an offensive lineman from Charles P. Allen High School and Che Morales, an offensive lineman from Prince Andrew High School, will be staying on the shores of the Atlantic after signing with the Saint Mary’s University Huskies.

“Throughout the season, I felt it was important to make sure we attacked locally at what our needs were. Clearly, getting the best two OL from Team Nova Scotia allows us to address our OL needs but most certainly makes our team better,” Huskies’ Head Coach James Colzie III said.

“Che and Ryan can both play the inside positions for us and they will have a great chance to compete for early playing time. When we made our list of the Top 10 guys we wanted locally, Che and Ryan were extremely high on my list. It’s extremely important to myself and the rest of my staff that we take care of our local recruiting first and then get ourselves in national picture second. It seems like we’re doing both just fine.”

Ryan Langille

Ryan Langille (#60) gets ready to snap the ball. Courtesy of Ryan Langille.

The post-secondary education experience can have a real, positive impact on your life. “I feel that me going to SMU will really help me become a better football player and person overall,” Ryan Langille said. Not only is Saint Mary’s close to his home of Bedford, Halifax, but Langille said it also offered him a very good business program.

The 6’2, 295lbs seven-year veteran is already familiar with Coach Tufford, who coached him on Team Nova Scotia. “I really like the coaching staff at SMU,” he said. “I feel very comfortable around them. I believe that they have the program in the right direction for success.”

Langille, who played with the Charles P. Allen Cheetahs (Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation) was a team captain this year. He also played with the Bedford Sackville Saints (Nova Scotia Football League).

Che Morales

Che Morales (#61) runs with the ball. Courtesy of Che Morales.

Langille will be joined by his fellow Team Nova Scotia offensive lineman, Che Morales, who is from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. “I chose to commit here because it was close to home and I liked what the head coach was doing with the program,” he said. “I love the coaching staff. Everyone is very nice and I already was close with Coach Tufford because of Team Nova Scotia.”

The Prince Andrew Panther (NSSFA) is 6’1, 320lbs and has played the sport for three years. He was on both the U17 and U18 editions of Team Nova Scotia. In 2014-15, he was named rookie of the year. In 2016, he as a First Team all-star. He is currently interested in commerce.

While he may have had a short football journey so far, it is only about to get longer. He said, “I owe a lot of my success to family and coaches around me. They’ve pushed me to be a stronger player and student, which led to these opportunities.”

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