Gaiters ‘aspire to become a great team’

Bishop’s adds two out-of-province commits and one international commit to their 2019 class.

Logan Potter, a defensive lineman from Northeast Kings Education Centre, can see a future for himself with the Bishop’s Gaiters.

Nathaniel Loughlin, a quarterback from Bellows Free Academy High School, and Brendan Griffiths, a receiver from Handsworth Secondary School, will also be joining the Gaiters.

Logan Potter

Hailing from Kentville, Nova Scotia, Logan Potter has a thing for small towns. “I chose to commit because I loved the feel of the school. I’m from a small town, so it felt like home,” he said.

“All the players and other school members made me feel wanted as well as the coaches. I also love the idea of helping build up a program and the vision the coaches have for the future feels solid and I see it too,” he added.

Potter has the utmost faith in his new coaches. He said they have a great staff both on and off the field. “They genuinely seemed to care about me and my family and aspire to become a great team,” he added. “I am looking forward to working with the whole coaching staff.”

The 6’4, 200lbs defensive end is interested in taking psychology.

Potter has been hitting the gridiron for nine years. He has played for the Valley Bulldogs (MFA), the NKEC Titans (NSSAF) and was on the 2019 Nissan all-Canadian team. He is a two-time provincial defensive MVP and league MVP. He is also a two-time linebacker and running back all-star. He was both a defensive lineman and defensive back all-star and a two-time Division 2 provincial championship with the Titans.

Nathaniel Loughlin

Nathaniel Loughlin lives south of the border in St. Albans, Vermont. He plays with the Bellows Free Academy Bobwhites. The 6’4, 192lbs quarterback and free safety has been with the team since 2016. According to HUDL, he can run the 40-yard dash in 5.1 seconds and complete the shuttle in 4.4 seconds. He has a vertical of 27.5 and can bench 215lbs.

Brendan Griffiths

Brendan Griffiths is from North Vancouver, BC, where he played with the Handsworth Secondary School Royals (BCSSFA). He is 5’10, 165lbs.

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