Queen’s “top contender” says Orillia recruit (VIDEO)

Orillia slotback/tight end joins OUA team’s 2016 class

There was never a doubt for Jack Hache as to where he wanted to continue both his gridiron and academic careers.

The 6’5, 235 pound slotback from Orillia, Ontario signed with Queen’s Gaels.  Hache will join the team for the 2016 OUA season.

“From the moment I set foot on Queen’s campus, I knew they would be a top contender during my recruiting process,” recalled the offensive standout.  “I ultimately decided to choose Queen’s based on the unique blend of top tier academics and  powerhouse athletics.”

“It is clear that the Queen’s football program is moving in a positive direction and I am very fortunate to be a part of history in the making.”

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Maintaining a 90 percent average in high school, a signifcant selling point for Hache was academics, particularly the field of study he wants to pursue at the post-secondary level.

“Queen’s has a phenomenal Commerce program,” added the slotback/tight end.  “This was the largest reason that drew me to making Queen’s my home for the next four to five years.”

“Being able to play varsity football while I obtain my degree is both a privilege and an amazing opportunity.”

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During his stint with the Orillia District/Park Blues of the Georgian Bay Secondary School Association (GBSSA), Hache was Captain for three years.  Additionally, he helped the team with the SCAA Championship and has been named the team’s Overall MVP for three consective years.

In his final year, the standout played at multiple positions including middle linebacker, defensive end, kicker, punter as well as on special teams as a deep kick return specialist.

Hache also participated in the 2015 Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) as a member of Team Central’s Varsity squad.

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