Recruiting Wrap: Five prospects now have new homes

We are continuing to bring you the best and latest information about recruiting across Canada. Here is the latest recruiting news in Western Canada:

UBC Thunderbirds

The University of British Columbia has been busy. The Thunderbirds have signed Terrell Scott from the Cathedral Gaels (HWCAA)in Hamilton, Ontario.

Terrell chose UBC because it is one of the top schools in Canada. He replies, “Being from Hamilton it also allows me to branch out and see more of what our country has to offer. Also, the school has one of the top football coaches in coach Blake Nill and I wanted to play for a coach with such prestige.”

At 6’4, 285lbs Terrell should become a key part of the offensive line in the future. Terrell’s main team is the Cathedral Gaels (HWCAA). He also plays for the Hamilton Hurricanes (OFC) during the summer.

Terrell Scott was signed with Ijah Thompson from the Cathedral Gaels but he was unable to be reached at press time.

Calgary Dinos

The Calgary Dinos are welcoming a local defensive back to their roster. Tyreese Bristol is the latest Albertan to sign with the U of C.

Tyreese spent his high school years with the Notre Dame Pride (CCSD) in Calgary. He weighs in at 6’0, 205lbs.

The University of Calgary is pleased to bring in another addition to their defensive backfield. Evan Davies will leave Vancouver and head for Calgary to become a Dino in 2021. Evan has most recently spent time with the South Delta Sun Devils (BCSSFA). Calgary’s new corner weighs in at 6’3, 200lbs.

Saskatchewan Huskie

The Saskatchewan Huskies have their first announcement to make in 2021. Defensive back John Stoll has agreed to terms with his local team, the Huskies.

“I chose the U of S because it’s just a really amazing program and is what really fit my situation best,” he says. “The coaching there is fantastic, and they are a very-strong team that has a history of winning titles. They also have an amazing family atmosphere which was one of the main deciding factors for me it just feels like a home away from home. So just overall it’s an amazing program and what was best for me that’s why I chose the U of S.”

John will be enrolling in sociology with hopes of becoming a social worker.

When John was young, he played for the Yorktown Gridders (YMF). Once he was old enough for high school, John started playing for the local high school, the Melville Cobras. The past four winters John has been a member of the South Sask Selects, which is a program out of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Melville’s standout has also had a chance to play in Ontario with the U16 Team Saskatchewan, and in the Nissan Titan game in Calgary two years ago.

John Stoll committed to the University of Saskatchewan on December 10th, 2020. It was announced January 10th, 2021.

Regina Rams

The Regina Rams have signed an experienced lineman for the 2021 season. Offensive lineman Cullen Wagner will bring his talents to the Rams from the Edmonton Wildcats (CJFL).The 6’2, 290lbs lineman spent five years with the Wildcats before joining the Huskies. Before he was in the CJFL, Cullen suited up for the Holy Rosary Raiders (WDMFA).

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