Queen’s welcomes 2 CFC100s

Queen’s adds one local commit and one Ontario commit to their 2019 class.

With a boisterous recruiting class so far, CFC100s Tanner Hawley, a defensive lineman from Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School, and Ryan Licandro, a quarterback from St. Peter High School, wanted to be a part of a growing list of Queen’s Gaels commits.

CFC100 Tanner Hawley

Courtesy of Tanner Hawley.

When he looks towards the future, Tanner Hawley likes what he sees. “I chose Queen’s because they’re headed in the right direction as a team and are definitely going to be a team to watch and I’m thrilled to be a part of it,” he said.

“The coaching staff is excellent. They made me feel like I was a part of the team from my first conversation with them,” he added. “They have the players’ and the teams’ best interest at mind and definitely the knowledge to make this program a contender.”

At a towering 6’7, 320lbs, the defensive end calls Kingston, Ontario, home. He spent four years with the Holy Cross Crusaders (KASSAA). He was the junior “male athlete of the year” for 2015-2016 and the senior one in 2017-2018. He is a seven-time KASSAA champion, four with football (2014, 2015, 2017 and 2018) and two with baseball in 2017 and 2018. He also plays basketball.

CFC100 Ryan Licandro

Ryan Licandro will be heading down highway 417 to reach Kingston. A member of the St. Peter Knights (NCSSAA), he also played for the Cumberland Panthers (OPFL) in his hometown of Ottawa, Ontario. He participated in two Fox 40 Prospect Challenges in 2016 and 2017. In the latter, he was named as a top sophomore performer. He stands at 6’4, 190lbs.

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