REC/DB Scarrow multisport athlete

Vikings standout looking to increase exposure, considering local option.

It’s a brisk offseason for Waterloo Collegiate Institute Vikings standout Bryce Scarrow.

Bryce Scarrow

Receiver, Defensive Back

6’2, 190 lbs

Waterloo Collegiate Institute Vikings (high school: WCSSAA)
Twin-Cities Predators (varsity: OFC)


Official Visits:

Waterloo, Open


A veteran of the game, Bryce Scarrow has developed into a standout player.

Playing the sport since the age of 10, Bryce has accomplished a lot. He was named the Defensive Player of the Year for the Waterloo Collegiate Institute Vikings of the Waterloo County Secondary School Athletic Association (WCSSAA). He was also chosen as a First Team All-Star for the region this past season.

At 6’2 and 190 pounds, Scarrow plays both receiver and defensive back.

Not only is Bryce a two-way player on the gridiron, he is also a multisport athlete as he plays both basketball and rugby. This makes for a busy offseason but it helps him stay in shape.

At the moment, Bryce is open to any CIS team, but is looking closely at local team,  Waterloo Warriors.

“It has been good so far,” says Bryce of the recruitment process.  “It been really interesting and eye opening to what the future offers.”

He is planning on studying business in university.

Scarrow is currently practicing three times a week with the Twin-Cities Predators of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC) while also working out by himself. He is focused on improving his speed, quickness, and explosiveness.

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