Ravens commits fell in love with school

Ravens welcome three out-of-province commits to their 2019 class.

Hungry to get going, offensive lineman Adam Lecy from Vancouver College and wide receivers Jaylan Greaves from West Toronto Prep and Timothé Gros-Louis from Cégep Limoilou are eager to show the Carleton Ravens what they’re all about.

Adam Lecy

Adam Lecy likes what he sees from the Ravens. “I chose to commit to the school because of the location, the players and the fact they had five CFL lineman in two years,” he said. “I really liked all the coaches I met. They are all honest and really awesome.”

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Lecy, who has been accepted into economics, is from Vancouver, BC, where he played with the Vancouver College Fighting Irish (BCSSFA). He helped his team win their conference and win an Archbishop’s Cup this past season. At a hulking 6’7, 300lbs, his primary position is right tackle.

With a new adventure on the horizon, Lecy said, “I am super excited about this opportunity.”

Jaylan Greaves

It didn’t take long for Jaylan Greaves to learn what the Ravens are all about. “I chose to attend Carleton due to the fact that everyone there is competitive and willing to sacrifice everything to get better and ultimately win championships,” he said. “As soon as I got onto the campus, I fell in love whether it was the campus itself or the people who greeted me.”

He added that, “In my opinion, Carleton has some of the best coaches Canadian football can offer.”


Greaves career began at the age of four and he has been playing for the past 15 years. He grew up in Montréal, Québec, where he played for the Chateauguay Raiders.

The 6’1, 180lbs receiver has yet to win an award. “I’ve been underrated my whole life,” the future humanities student said. “Rankings don’t mean anything, and I want everyone to know I’m coming for what’s mine and I do this for everyone back in my city of Montréal!”

Timothé Gros-Louis

Timothé Gros-Louis is from Lévis, Québec, where he played high school ball with l’École secondaire Pointe-Lévy. He is a former member of the Champlain College Lennoxville Cougars (RSEQ Division 1). Most recently he has played for the Les Titans du Cégep Limoilou (RSEQ Division 1).

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