Hometown pride

Guelph lineman opts to embark on CIS career at home.

An Ontario standout believes that staying at home will provide him the best of both academic and gridiron worlds.

Consequently, Spencer Swan has opted to commit to the Guelph Gryphons.  The 6’5, 270 pound offensive lineman felt the campus has everything he was looking for and was thrilled of the prospect of playing in front of the hometown crowd.

“The main reason I chose to commit to Guelph was that I am planning on going into agricultural sciences, and Guelph has always been known as one of the top schools in the world for this program,” commented Swan on his decision.  “On the football side of things, I felt very welcome during my visits as well as comfortable with the coaches who I feel have my best interests in mind. I also felt that the university’s promising football program could cater best to my needs as a player in the upcoming years.”

“And of course, it goes without saying it is my hometown.”

The Ontario standout recently completed his high school career with Guelph District 10 team, Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute (GCVI) Gaels of the Central Western Ontario Secondary School Athletic Association (CWOSSAA). Furthermore, Swann suited up for the Guelph Bears of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC).

Spencer Swann 2

(twitter: http://twitter.com/vohra_ameeta)

Advocating for football prospects one story at a time.

Leave a Reply

Loading cart ...