Oshawa recruit wants to help Mounties achieve future success

Oshawa defensive back joins AUS team’s 2016 class.

Terrell Connell’s next gridiron destination is Sackville, New Brunswick.

Last week, the 5’10 155 pound defensive back from Oshawa, Ontario committed to Mount Allison Mounties.  Connell will join the team for the 2016 AUS season.

Ultimately, the size of the school and the opportunity to contribute to a program that already is known for excellence on the field were the main reasons Connell opted for the Mounties.

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“The reasons behind choosing mount Allison were it being a smaller class setting so there are more interactions with the professor as opposed to hundreds of students being in one room,” elaborated the Ontario defensive standout.  “The continuous support of the coaches of the football team; I liked hearing how the team is very close and help each other out a lot.”

“The team has been very successful in the past couple of years and I think I could help out with that success in the future.”

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Recently, Connell helped Paul Dwyer Saints of the Lake Ontario Secondary School Athletic Association (LOSSAA) to the OFSAA Eastern Bowl victory.  During his time with the Saints, the team won three overall LOSSAA Championships and caught six interceptions this past season.

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