For commits, Mustangs offer ‘next-level’

Mustangs add two Ontario commits to their 2019 class.

Whatever the next few seasons have in store for wide receiver Vyshonne Janusas and CFC100 Kai Serviss from W.F. Herman Academy, they will be facing it together on the Western Mustangs.

Vyshonne Janusas

By Anthony Fizer.

Vyshonne Janusas is ready to make a name for himself. “I chose to go to Western because I see myself as a next-level player and to be a next-level player, you have to play with next-level teams. Western is a perfect spot for me because of the competition that is always there,” he said.

“By the time I finish my four or five years at Western, I will be where I want to be as an athlete and I will be at my best,” he added. “Everyone wants to be better (there) and wants to work hard and I like that because that’s what I’m like.”

Janusas was also impressed with the coaches, who he said are outstanding. “It shows during games. They understand situations and what has to be done in order to win and be the best,” he said.

Janusas has been playing football for nine years. He has split his time between the W.F. Herman Green Griffins (WECSSAA) and the Essex Ravens (OPFL). He was a team MVP in 2016 and an all-around MVP in 2017. He is also a back-to-back all-state MVP at the BTG 7v7 tournament in 2016 and 2017.

Hailing from Windsor, Ontario, the 6’1, 195lbs athlete is interested in kinesiology.

CFC100 Kai Serviss

Courtesy of Kai Serviss.

Kai Serviss was drawn to Western for a simple reason, it just worked. “I felt like it was the best fit for me academically and athletically,” he said. “The coaching staff and culture are good and interested me also.”

Serviss, who is 6’3, 280lbs, was also a member of the Green Griffins. Interested in kinesiology, he was a 2017 all-city and a 2018 OFSAA champion.

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