More than a game

Regina native getting feet wet in recruitment market.

Two coaches have impacted Campbell Tartans quarterback Brayden Wagg’s life on and off the field in a profound way.

Brayden Wagg:


5’9, 175 lbs

Campbell Tartans (high school:  RIFL)
Lions (atom)
Patriots (peewee)


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Brayden has played for the atom Lions, peewee Patriots and his high school team, Campbell Tartans of the Regina Intercollegiate Football League (RIFL).

Last year, the Tartans pivot was the recipient of the Coaches Award.

Throughout the year, Brayden trains hard with the ultimate goal of achieving further gridiron success.

“Our team trains with a program setup by our coaches and also with Level 10 speed training,” describes Brayden of his training regimen.

Additionally, Brayden has been able to reach for his gridiron goals due to the encouragement and inspiration two coaches have provided him during his career.

“Coach Hartman and Coach (Ryan) Hall have both influenced me and have made me a better player today,” expresses the Tartans standout.  “They have encouraged me to participate in offseason training and to become a better athlete.”

“Also, once a week during the season Coach Hartman gives the team a life talk that gives us different perspectives on football and life, encouraging us to not only become better football players but better people too.”

Brayden has not given a lot of consideration towards his future plans once he completes high school in 2016.

“I would like to attend university but I am not sure what I would like to do yet,” comments Brayden who has not officially visited any schools or committed anywhere as of yet.

Overall, the game has taught the Regina pivot the key to success in all gridiron and life endeavours.

“I have learned that football is more than a game,” explains Brayden.  “Your team is like a family and you gain great friendships because of it.”

“The closer your team is the more likely you are to succeed.”

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