Rams “very organized” says Alberta recruit

Olds linebacker joins CWUAA team’s 2016 class

After being impressed by one CIS school, Brody Dirk has decided to move from one Prairie province to another.

Recently, the 6’1, 220 pound linebacker from Olds, Alberta signed with the University of Regina Rams.  Dirk will join the team for the 2016 CWUAA season,

“I committed to Regina because I really liked the organization and how it’s run,” expressed the defensive standout of his decision.  “Everything is very organized and most importantly the players and coaches are all really good guys.”

“When I arrived at spring camp no one knew who I was but I was treated the same and respectfully just as everyone else was. They encourage proper discipline and hard work which is ideal for me. We all have the same goal and mindset – winning. I also felt comfortable with the system in which we run on the field. Education was also important because they offered the courses I want to take and I’ve never been to the city of Regina until spring camp so I’m really excited to get to know it.”

A late bloomer to the sport, Dirk began his gridiron career when he was in grade 12 with the Olds Spartans of the Alberta Schools Athletic Association (ASAA).  He moved on to play for one season with the Calgary Colts of the Prairie Football Conference (PFC) in the Canadian Junior Football League (CJFL).

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