Lancers young coaches attract 2

Lancers welcome a local commit and a southern Ontario commit to their 2019 class.

The University of Windsor Lancers continue to grow and change as a team and they’ve brought the likes of Brendyn Fountain, an offensive lineman from École secondaire catholique E.J. Lajeunesse, and wide receiver Keyshaun Jordan from St. Clair High School, to help with their development.

Brendyn Fountain

Courtesy of Brendyn Fountain.

When Brendyn Fountain met with the Lancers, he saw a very appealing situation. “I really like the coaching staff, being able to play for my hometown university and I like the opportunity of also coming in and possibly playing right away,” he said.

“I think the coaching staff is young and looking to change the culture of the team,” he added. “They’re trying to build a winning team. They made me feel welcome and a part of the team.”

Hailing from Amherstburg, Ontario, Fountain has been playing football for four years. In that time, he as played with the E.J. Lajeunesse Lions (WECSSAA) and the Essex Ravens (OPFL). The 6’7, 275lbs offensive tackle is interested in taking criminology.

Keyshaun Jordan

Keyshaun Jordan played with the Hamilton Hurricanes (CJFL) this past season. In eight regular season games he had 33 receptions for 753 yards, averaging 22.8 yards per carry. He also scored 15 touchdowns and had an average of 94 yards per game. In his one playoff game he had one reception for 11 yards. He was named to the Ontario Conference all-star team and was a CJFL All-Canadian. He also helped the team to an 8-0 season. Standing at 5’10, 165lbs, he is from Sarnia, Ontario.

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