Determined Tornado

Tornadoes standout to join official visit circuit in coming days.

Albert E. Peacock Tornadoes linebacker Daxton Moffat has reached the ultimate high school summit.

Daxton Moffat

Linebacker, Defensive End, Offensive Guard, Long Snapper

5’11, 195lbs

Albert E. Peacock Tornadoes (high school: SHSAA)


Official Visits:

Saskatchewan, Regina, McMaster, Toronto, Open



Daxton is a relative newcomer to the sport. Beginning his football career in the tenth grade, he immediately took a shining to the game, winning Rookie of the Year for the Albert E. Peacock Collegiate Tornadoes of the Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association (SHSAA).

During his time there, the Tornadoes won the SHSAA 3A Championship title in 2013.

“The highlight of last season was winning a provincial championship with Peacock because that is the ultimate goal of every high school,” adds the Tornadoes linebacker.

One of Daxton’s biggest influences is his high school coach Blake Buettner.

“He’s really pushed me to get involved with the [Regina Minor Football] spring league and to keep trying out and pushing myself to become a better player and a leader on and off the field,” adds Daxton.

Daxton has drawn the attention of some out of province schools, with both McMaster and Toronto contacting him to express interest. Daxton hopes to visit some of his potential landing spots in the upcoming year, and expressed interest in visiting Saskatchewan, Regina as well as Toronto.

These visits should help clear up Daxton’s choices, as of right now he is still undecided as to what school he hopes to attend

“At this point I don’t know but I really hope to just be playing at the next level and getting an education,” says Daxton.

Daxton will be working hard to ensure he reaches these goals this offseason, he hopes to train with Ignite Conditioning to help take him to the next level physically, and also plans on devoting time to watching film to identify ways he can improve and bring his game on the field to the next level as well.




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