McGill lands second #CFC100 recruit (VIDEO)

CEGEP defensive tackle joins RSEQ team’s 2016 class.

Andrew Seinet-Spaulding will be continuing his gridiron career in his hometown.

This past weekend, the 6’1, 295 pound defensive tackle from Montreal, Quebec committed to the McGill Redmen.  Seinet-Spaulding will join the team for the 2016 RSEQ season.

“The reason why I chose McGill is because I wanted to proceed with English studies;  it’s a very good university, the best in the country,” explained Seinet-Spaulding of his decision.  “I also want to be coached by [Redmen Head Coach] Ronald Hilaire, one of the best defensive line coaches in the country and I hope to make a difference in the team!”

“I really hope more players will follow my footsteps!”

Andrew Seinet

Currently, the defensive tackle is completing his three year stint with Vieux-Montreal Spartiates.  So far this season, he has registered 27.5 tackles, 10 tackles for a loss, recorded three sacks, caught an interception and had two swat balls.

Prior to the Spartiates, Seinet-Spaulding suited up for eight seasons with St-Laurent Spartans.  During his gridiron career, he has played at linebacker and running back but the past four years has been on the defensive line.

With Seinet-Spaulding’s commitment, the Redmen now have two #CFC100 recruits.  Pivot Frederic Paquette-Perrault is the other.


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