Harrison Trimble Trojan REC standout finds place with Acadia

Acadia welcomes out-of-province commit to their Class of 2017.

When Glodin Mulali, a receiver from Harrison Trimble High School, and his family settled in Moncton, New Brunswick, he embraced the game of football. Now, he finds himself poised in the position to play with his new team, the Acadia Axemen, in the upcoming U Sports season.

“I chose to play for Acadia because I don’t want to go too far from home and I think it is a really good fit for me,” Mulali said, who is originally from Anambara, Nigeria. “I also really trust the coaching staff!”

Courtesy of Michael Squires.

The 5’11, 170lbs receiver has only been playing the sport for three years. In that time, he has played on Team New Brunswick and Team Canada. In high school, he was a member of the Harrison Trimble Trojans (New Brunswick High School Football League). In grade 11 and 12, he received all-star honours. He was also offensive player of the year in grade 12.

When Mulali reaches Acadia, he said he is interested in pursuing a degree in engineering. Along with football, he also enjoys playing soccer.

While his own drive and determination helped him get to where he is now, Mulali won’t take the credit all by himself. He said, “This was able to happen through the help of God, family, coaches and friends!”

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