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Tantramar Titans defensive back Lucas Cormier

Lucas Cormier

Defensive Back (Free Safety)

6’ 0, 160 lbs

Tantramar Titans (high school: NBHSFL)


Official Visits:

Mount Allison, Open



Lucas Cormier has played football in the Sackville, New Brunswick area since he was nine years old. During his time in the Sackville Titans minor football program, Cormier won a variety of awards, such as Offensive MVP, Team MVP, Rookie of the Year, and in a provincial championship game at the peewee level, he was awarded as the most outstanding player on offence. During his past season of varsity, he received the rookie of the year award. Cormier also played for Team New Brunswick’s Under 17 team, for which he was a captain.

Cormier also plays varsity basketball at Tantramar Regional High School, and in addition to that, he also plays baseball. Cormier does weight training four days per week. He has been using his brother Dylan’s weight lifting program that he got from Mount Allison, also working on his explosiveness and speed to get faster as well.

The highlight of last season for Cormier was when his team won the provincial championship. This was for two reasons, firstly because it was the first championship at Tantramar Regional High School since 1997, and secondly it was special because Lucas was able to share the moment with his brother and teammate Dylan, who was in his senior year.

Cormier says that he has considered going to Mount Allison, but he also plans on sending footage to other schools in Canada and the United States. He added that he does not plan on visiting any schools just yet, as he wants to focus on high school.

For inspiration, Cormier looks to his parents, as he says that “they work so hard to make my brothers and I happy”. Football-wise, his biggest influences are Michael Bohan of the Mount Allison Mounties, whom Cormier describes as an amazing athlete, and DeAnthony Thomas of the Kansas City Chiefs, whom Cormier likes “because of his blazing speed and the way he can read his blocks.”

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