MTA commit believes in new coaches

Mounties add a provincial commit to their 2019 class.

Athlete Daniel Bell from Saint John High School knows that when he joins the Mount Allison Mounties, he will be getting the best of both education and football.

“For Mount A, I loved the education I can get from here as it is ranked (as) the number one undergraduate school in Canada as well as being able to purse my football career as it has a great program,” Bell said, who is interested in science.

Bell added that the team’s atmosphere, and the fact it is in his hometown province, appealed to him the most.

In terms of the coaches, Bell said that he loves the new group he gets to work with. “I truly believe the coaching group…will help me become the best football player I can be but also the best overall person I can be as well,” he added.

“They’re not just interested about the football side to you but also take great importance in the academic side and how you are doing off the field,” Bell continued. “Overall, extremely glad to have these coaches working with me and watching me as a grow up as a person.”

Bell has spent two years with the Saint John Greyhounds (NBHSFL) in his hometown of Saint John, New Brunswick. He was defensive player of the year in the NBHSFL for 2018. He is also a two-time all-star in 2018 and 2019.

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