Rams commits excited to work with team’s coaches

Rams welcome one local and one out-of-province commit to their team.

Justin Maser, a linebacker from Medicine Hat High School, and Joel Braden, an offensive lineman from the Regina Thunder (CJFL), having nothing but positive things to say about their new coaches after signing with the University of Regina Rams.

Justin Maser

It didn’t take long for Justin Maser to feel comfortable with the Rams’ coaches. “The coaching staff was so caring and respectful in the whole process. Meeting them was so amazing. They are all such great people and I am excited to be coached by them,” he said. “The players are (also) all so nice and respectful, so as soon as I met a few of them I knew that it was the right fit.”

Hailing from Medicine Hat, Alberta, Maser spent two middle school and three high school seasons with the Medicine Hat Mohawks (RFC). The 6’2, 215lbs middle linebacker also played three years of peewee football. The eight-year veteran is interested in taking education.

Joel Braden

Joel Braden is staying home, and that is exactly where he wants to be. The product of Regina, Saskatchewan, said, “I’ve wanted to play for my hometown team. I’ve been attending the UofR for the past three years, so it just makes sense.”

Braden, who has spent four seasons with the Thunder in the interim, added that, “Seems like great coaches who are taking the program in the right direction.”

The 6’5, 320lbs guard has been taking police studies for the past three seasons.

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