New kids in town: Axemen welcome 2nd wave of commits

Acadia welcomes nine commits to their team, including two FPC players.

It has been a busy few months for the Acadia Axemen recruiters, having travelled far and wide to collect recruits from not only the team’s backyard, but across the country.

“We are extremely excited to announce our second wave of 2017 Acadia Axemen Football Recruits,” said Head Coach Jeff Cummins. “These are the types of young men that we strive to bring into our program.”

The goal of any recruiting class is to improve the team, and Cummins knows his latest commits will do just that. “All of them have had great success on the field and in the classroom,” he said. “This group of players add to our already strong class and will help us bring back the championship tradition to Wolfville.”

Acadia’s second set of recruits:

Anderson Recker (6’1/220) – defensive lineman from Sir John A. Macdonald High School (Halifax, NS)
– Team Nova Scotia

FPC Franck Kemayou (6’1/205) – linebacker from St. Joan of Arc Catholic Secondary School and the Mississauga Warriors (Toronto, ON)

Dustin Pettigrew (6’1/185) – athlete from Cobequid Education Centre (Turuo, NS)
– Team Nova Scotia

Cole Estabrooks (6’0/190) – running back from Moncton High School (Moncton, NB)
– Team New Brunswick

Alex Lawrie (6’0/190) – quarterback from St. Peter Catholic High School and the Cumberland Panthers (Ottawa, ON)

Cian Booth (5’10/215) – fullback from Holy Trinity Academy and the Victoria Rebels (Okotoks, AB)

Spencer Dalzell (6’1/190) – defensive back from Charles P. Allen High School (Bedford, NS)

Cameron Morley (5’10/175) – receiver from Moncton High School (Moncton, NB)
– Team New Brunswick

FPC Mitch Karel (6’0/230) – linebacker from Holy Cross Catholic Secondary and the Myers Riders (Napanee, ON)

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