Queen’s snag CFC100s

Queen’s adds two CFC100s and an out-of-province commit to their 2018 class.

CFC100 Eric Colonna, a defensive back from St. Marcellinus Catholic High School and Tyler Fedak, a receiver from Portage Collegiate Institute, didn’t need to look any further than the Queen’s Gaels to find what they were searching for.

CFC100 Wells Karabin, a tight end from St. Andrew’s College, will also be joining the Gaels.

CFC100 Eric Colonna

Eric Colonna is in no way short on words when it comes to describing his feelings towards Queen’s. “I chose Queen’s because of the excellent, superior academics and athletics on a breathtaking campus with welcoming coaches and players contributing to a community that feels like home,” he said.

Originally from Mississauga, Ontario, the future commerce student added, “The coaches are very welcoming, intelligent and easy to communicate with.”

Standing at 5’10, 185lbs, Colonna has had an extensive career. He played with SMFC (Mississauga Football League) for five years. He then spent four years with the Mississauga Warriors (OPFL). At the same time, he was playing high school ball with the St. Marcellinus Spirit (ROPSSAA). He will be entering his second year of IDFFL 7v7 football. Last year, he played in the Ontario Red vs. Black game. He was also a 2017 CFC All-Canadian and ROPSSAA defensive player year. In 2016, he helped the Spirit capture a ROPSSAA championship.

Tyler Fedak

No matter what Tyler Fedak is looking for, he is certain he will find it at Queen’s. “You could find anything there,” he said. “I chose to commit to Queen’s because it has everything I need to further both my education and football career. The most appealing part was the amazing facilities it has to offer.”

It was the coaches who set the tone for the school. “The coaching staff was amazing, very organized and very easy to talk to,” Fedak said. “They definitely sound like they know what they’re doing and that’s what excites me.”

Fedak currently lives in Portage-La-Prairie, Manitoba, where he played with the Portage CI Trojans (WHSFL). The 5’11, 185lbs athlete has played for six years. He made the 2016 Recruit Ready all-star team and the Home Run Sports all-star team in 2017. He is interested in kinesiology.

CFC100 Wells Karabin

Wells Karabin resides in Aurora, Ontario, where he plays for the St. Andrew’s College Saints (CISAA). Along with football, the 6’3, 225lbs tight end and outside linebacker also played on the lacrosse and basketball teams. He was considered a key returnee to the Saints 2017 squad.

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