Rams offer commits great opportunity

Rams add a local commit and an out-of-province commit to their 2019 class.

While the former is new to Saskatchewan and the latter isn’t, CFC100 Cameron Mah, a linebacker from Notre Dame Reginal Secondary School, and Kieran Poissant, a slotback from Miller High School, will be getting to know one another on the University of Regina Rams.

CFC100 Cameron Mah

By George Mah.

Ready to cross provincial lines, Cameron Mah is excited for what lies ahead in Regina. “I chose Regina because it was a great fit and an amazing opportunity with some great people,” he said.

“The Rams’ coaching staff are genuine people with a passion for football. I really felt that they have the best interests of their players in mind,” he added.

Mah, who is from East Vancouver, BC, is interested business.

The 6’0, 220lbs athlete has been playing football for the past seven years. In high school he was a member of the Notre Dame Jugglers (BCSSAA). In grade 11 he was player of the year. The following season he was a provincial all-star. He is a two-time conference all-star in 2017 and 2018.

While he may have a few more months until training camp, Mah said, “Can’t wait to get to work and be a Ram.”

Kieran Poissant

Kieran Poissant will be staying in his hometown of Regina, Saskatchewan. Poissant, who is 6’0, 175lbs, played with the Miller Marauders (RHSAA) in high school. He helped the team win a provincial championship last season. This season he recorded seven interceptions and 12 touchdowns. He has been playing football for nine years.

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