DT Treloar ready for the Huskies

Bulldogs standout opts for CJFL route.

When you have size, sometimes it’s best to use it to your advantage and Brandon Treloar, a defensive tackle for the Bellerose Bulldogs (Alberta School Athletics Association), has made the most of his physical stature on the football field.

Brandon Treloar

Defensive Line (Tackle)

5’10, 280 lbs

Bellerose Bulldogs (high school: ASAA)
St. Albert 49ers (bantam: CDMFA)


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Treloar is currently in his last year of high school, having played with the St. Albert 49ers (Capital District Minor Football Association) in his bantam year. While with the 49ers, Treloar helped his team to a cities division championship. He has also won a division one, junior championship with the Bulldogs.

Set to graduate this year, Treloar has recently signed with the Edmonton Huskies (Canadian Junior Football League) next season. He said, “I picked them because they seem like a great program.”

Treloar, who currently stands at 5’10, 280lb, said, “I played football because I was always really big so I tried football.”

He added that, “I loved the team atmosphere and the hitting.” When he isn’t playing football, he can be found using his size to his advantage on the rugby pitch.

While rugby and football are inherently different, Treloar has found that rugby has also improved his football game. “Playing rugby made me a faster player and got my stamina up,” he said about his time on the pitch.

The young football player cited his head coach, Chad Hill, as his inspiration. “He pushed me to get better every day,” Treloar said.

During his free time, the defensive tackle works out as much as possible. On Tuesdays and Sundays, he works out with the Huskies.

When the CFJL season kicks for its 2016 season, Treloar is ready to become a more dominate player on the field. He said is goal is to have a faster tackle for a better pass rush. He added that he would like to increase his strength so that he can be a force of impact against the run.

Beyond football, Treloar said his future plans are to enroll in the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in Edmonton and learn how to become a heavy duty mechanic.

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