Mounties land Burlington recruit

Burlington defensive back/longsnapper joins AUS Conference Champions

Josh Chedore will be commencing his CIS career in New Brunswick.

The 5’10, 180 pound defensive back/long snapper from Burlington, Ontario has committed to AUS Conference Champions, Mount Allison Mounties.  Chedore will join the team for the 2015 AUS season.

Ultimately, reputation as well as the as the vibe he got while on his official visit were main reasons he chose the Sackville, New Brunswick campus.

“The factors the helped me choose Mount Allison were the fact that it is a small school that had a great community based atmosphere,” elaborated Chedore.  “In addition, it has been rated as the number one undergraduate school, so that was huge for me.”

“I am also able to see family members that I would not normally see at a school in Ontario. Seeing as Mount Allison has made it to two national semifinals it show me that they have the overall potential to be in the Vanier Cup game in the upcoming years.”

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Chedore has played for Assumption Crusaders of the Halton Secondary School Athletic Association (HSSAA) as well as both the Hamilton Hurricanes and Burlington Stampeders of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC).

In 2013, he was a participant in’s Ontario Prospects Challenge (OPC).


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