Dinos recruit class grows by 3

Calgary adds two local commits and one out-of-province commit to their 2018 class.

The University of Calgary Dinos have addressed all sides of the ball with the signings of CFC100 offensive lineman Nolan Cole from Cairine Wilson Secondary School, wide receiver Noah McDonough from Kent High School and defensive back Anthony Eshiemomoh from St. Martin de Porres High School.

CFC100 Nolan Cole

Nolan Cole is a hulking 6’5, 290lbs guard and tackle who participated in the 2017 Fox 40 Prospect Challenge. He has played for several teams in his career, including the Orleans Bengals (NCAFA), the Cumberland Panthers (OVFL) and the Ottawa Sooners (OPFL). The product of Ottawa, Ontario, is interested in taking computer science or computer engineering.

Noah McDonough

Before moving to Kent, Connecticut, Noah McDonough played with the St. Francis Browns (CHSAA) in his hometown of Calgary, Alberta. Standing at 6’0, 200lbs, he has played as an outside linebacker and tight end.

Welcome to the Family Noah McDonough! #WeAreAllDinos #GoDinos

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Anthony Eshiemomoh

Since Anthony Eshiemomoh’s high school doesn’t have a football team, Eshiemomoh from Airdrie, Alberta, travelled to Calgary, Alberta, to play with the Bishop McNally/Father Lacombe Timberwolves (CHSAA). The 5’11, 170lbs athlete plays as a free safety and cornerback.

Welcome to the Family Anthony Eshiemomoh! #GoDinos #WeAreAllDinos

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