Recruiting Wrap CanWest: Oregon Duck finds his way home

The University of Calgary is pleased to welcome a local wide receiver to their roster. Jonathan Dikoume comes to the Dinos from Bishop McNally High School (CSHSAA) in Calgary.

“I chose U of C because of their winning mentality that they have here and their ability to make players better every day on the practice field and in games,” he states.


Jonathan is currently enrolled in open studies. He hopes to get into urban studies at the University of Calgary one day.

Calgary’s newest wide receiver has played football for Rebels Midget Football in the Calgary Spring League, MCLA Sr Football (AFL), and Bishop McNally (CSHSAA).

Dikoume weighs in at 5’10, 168lbs.

The Saskatchewan Huskies have brought in a transfer from the NCAA. Nick Wiebe will continue to pursue his dream in Canada after playing a year of football for the Oregon Ducks.

Nick signed at the University of Saskatchewan because he felt at home with the coaching staff and the players. He was also intrigued by the culture at the university. Nick states, “There’s no other coach I’d rather play for than Coach Flory and Muzika.”


During his first two years of football Nick started at Holy Trinity Academy (ASAA) in Okotoks, Alberta. After Holy Trinity, Nick transferred to IMG Academy in Florida to finish high school. Nick then moved to Oregon for three years before the coach that recruited him left for another job. The University of Saskatchewan was Nick’s next choice. “My dad isn’t doing really well with his health, so I decided I wanted to be closer to home,” he replies.

Nick will be enrolling in business school.

The three years of experience Nick has in the NCAA should be an asset for the Huskies.  Nick explains, “I think the speed of the game and the complexity of defenses will prove to help me because I had two defensive coordinators in 3 years at Oregon, making picking up playbooks fast a necessity.”

Nick Wiebe is an inside linebacker, and weighs in at 6’1, 230lbs.

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