Major recruiting advantage

Mathieu Guindon

CEGEP receiver joins RSEQ team’s 2014 class.

For a CEGEP standout, things felt very familiar to him when he was considering one RSEQ school.

Consequently, Mathieu Guindon recently committed to the Montreal Carabins for the 2014 season.  Furthermore, the 6’0, 185 pound receiver who is a native of Laval, Quebec was impressed with the strengths of both the football team and academics of the RSEQ school.

“The reasons why I chose to go to Montreal were for the quality of the football program as well as the business program that they offer at HEC Montreal,” explained Guindon of his decision.  “During my CEGEP career, I had a pretty similar playbook playing at Andre-Grasset, so it was a big advantage to stay in the same system.”

“By going to Montreal, I have the chance to play with many good players that I’ve already played with.”

Guindon comes to the Carabins after playing CEGEP Division 2 football for the past three seasons with the Andre-Grasset Phenix. In the 2013 season, the Phenix receiver amassed 315 receiving yards on 13 catches and scored two touchdowns despite only playing four of nine games due to a hamstring injury.

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