Gaels add 2 CFC100s, one other to the family

FPC Riley Hart, a receiver from Saint Michael Catholic High School, knows he has found his place with the Queen’s Gaels.

CFC100 Jaden Bailey, a running back from Lawrenceville High School, and CFC100 Travis Heggart, a receiver from Salisbury Composite High School, will also be joining the Gaels.

FPC Riley Hart

Courtesy of Riley Hart.

Sometimes, somethings just feel right. “I chose to commit to this school because right from the beginning the coaching and recruiting staff have made me feel like a part of the big family the Queen’s football program is,” Riley Hart said. “I really like the coaching staff. They’re a bunch of really good people who know what they’re doing and (they) make me feel confident in the team’s success moving forward.”

Hart, who is from Niagara Falls, Ontario, added that, “I also love the location. Kingston is beautiful, and I would love to live among such history.”

The 5’11, 170lbs slot receiver spent one year with the Niagara Spears (OPFL) and four with the Saint Michael Mustangs (NCAA). The two-time NCAA all-star (2017 and 2018) was also a participant of the 2017 Fox 40 Prospect Challenge. He is interested in sociology.

CFC100/FPC Jaden Bailey

Jaden Bailey began his career in his hometown of Burlington, Ontario, where he played with the Burlington Stampeders (COMFL) and the Edmonton Eskimos (BMFA). He was the 2012 team MVP for the Stampeders and was the offensive MVP of the 2012 COMFL championship game. The following summer, he was the 2013 OFC championship game offensive MVP.

Bailey, who is a two-time FPC MVP, was named athlete of the year at Ascension Catholic Elementary School in 2014. He then joined the St. Michael’s Kerry Blues (CISAA) where he won a 2015 Junior Metro Bowl. Bailey was named as the game’s MVP. While with the Kerry Blues, he was the team’s athlete of the month in October of 2015. In 2016, he was named as an outstanding junior athlete and MVP.

Standing at 6’0, 215lbs, Bailey has also played with the Episcopal High School Maroon and the Lawrenceville Big Red (MAPL).

CFC100 Travis Heggart

Travis Heggart will be trekking across the country to reach Kingston, Ontario. He is from Spruce Grove, Alberta, where he played high school ball with the Bellerose Bulldogs (MEHSL) and the Salisbury Sabres (MEHSFL). While with the Bulldogs, Heggart finished fifth in his division in receiving yards. He had 416 yards on 19 receptions and scored three touchdowns. On the defensive side, he had 28 tackles, 2 assisted tackles and 3.5 sacks. Standing at 6’6, 200lbs, he primarily plays as a slotback and wide receiver. He has also played as an outside linebacker and cornerback.

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