Gryphons add 3 CFC ranked commits

Gryphons add one out-of-province commit and two Ontario commits to their 2019 class.

CFC60 Josh Campbell, a defensive lineman from John Abbott College, is set to embrace the University of Guelph Grypons’ family.

CFC100s athlete Kristian Stewart from St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary School and linebacker Scott Murray from Football North Clarkson will also be joining the Gryphons.

CFC60 Josh Campbell

Courtesy of Josh Campbell.

Choosing a university is a big deal, and it helps when you have faith in those around you. “One of the main reasons (I committed) is because my family and I trust Head Coach Ryan Sheahan,” Campbell said. “Another reason is I sensed the brotherhood in the locker room. I felt welcomed and already a part of the Gryphons family.”

He added that, “I feel that the university coaching staff is as motivated and committed as I am.”

In terms of academics, Campbell said the school has many resources to help him succeed as a student-athlete. He is interested in either criminal justice and public policy or political science.

Campbell spent 12 years with the Greenfield Park Packers before joining the John Abbott Islanders (RSEQ Division 1). Calling Brossard, Québec, home, the 6’1, 260lbs defensive tackle and end was a two-time all-star in 2017 and 2018.

“I hope to be an impact player once I step foot on the Gryphons’ field,” Campbell said. “I would like to say thank you to my mom and dad, Coach Ryan and the coaching staff for believing in me.”

CFC100 Kristian Stewart

Kristian Stewart has been playing football for over seven years. Hailing from Hamilton, Ontario, he is a member of the powerhouse St. Thomas More Knights (HWCAA). He has won five city championships, three GHAC championships and three OFSAA bowls. Standing at 6’4, 200lbs, he has played as a defensive end, a wide receiver and an outside linebacker.

CFC100 Scott Murray

Scott Murray is 6’2, 200lbs and is from Mississauga, Ontario. He is a member of Football North Clarkson. Previously he played with the St. Marcellinus Spirit (ROPSSAA).

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