Mac’s passionate coaches attract CFC100, 2 others

McMaster adds one local commit, one Ontario commit and one international commit to their 2019 class.

It was a tough decision, but in the end, the McMaster Marauders won overCFC100 Cameron Guest, a running back from Catholic Central High School.

Defensive lineman Chinedu Ezeonmwurie from Cathedral High School and athlete Conor McVey from Brookfield High School will also be joining the Marauders.

CFC100 Cameron Guest

Signing has been a long time coming for Cameron Guest. Over the last year, he said his recruiting process has been very long. “I spoke with a number of great schools and had to weigh a lot of options to find out what was the best for me not only academically but athletically,” he said.

“The Degroote School of Business, Marauder football coaches, as well as the team and the overall feel of the university jumped out to me by the end of the recruiting process and it felt like the closet thing to home,” Guest added.

Guest is confident in the team and its direction. He said that after meeting with the “outstanding coaches, professors and teammates I’ll be with for the next few years, I knew McMaster was the place for me. I believe they’re building something big in Hamilton and I had to be a part of it.”

When it came down to it, Guest said the Marauders’ coaches were a major factor in his decision. “I have only heard great things about Head Coach Pstazek and when I met him, I realized he shared the same excitement and dedication for the game as I do, so I couldn’t wait to have him as my coach during my career in university,” he said.

“He seems extremely knowledgeable about the game, especially offensively, and (is) a great man overall,” he added. “As well, the assistant coach, Flaxman, and the running back coach, Pezzetta, seem like a great combination to help develop me into the best player I can be.”

In his career, Guest, who is 5’10, 193lbs, has played two seasons with the Forest City Thunderbirds (OFC), the London Jr. Mustangs (OPFL) and the Catholic Central Crusaders (TVRA). The product of Komoka, Ontario, was set to participate in the Fox 40 Prospect Challenge but was sidelined with an injury.

While with the Thunderbirds, he was a peewee champion in 2012 and an all-star and offensive MVP in 2013. He was the Jr. Mustangs’ bantam team MVP and JV team MVP. He was also rookie of the year with Catholic Central and a two-time WOSSA champion.

Chinedu Ezeonwurie

Chinedu Ezeonwurie is a hometown boy who played with the Cathedral Gaels (HWCAA). He stands at 6’1, 285lbs.

Conor McVey

Conor McVey is from Brookfield, Connecticut, where he was a member of the Brookfield Bobcats. According to HUDL, the 5’11, 200lbs linebacker and running back can run the 40-yard dash in 4.63 seconds, the shuttle in 4.15 and can bench 315lbs. He can also squat 500lbs and deadlift 495lbs. In 2018, he had 57 solo tackles, 81 total tackles and three sacks.

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