Recruiting Wrap: OUA schools finish off February with six new commits

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DL Lliam Horrocks

Lliam Horrocks will be returning home to play for the Ottawa Gee-Gees.

Horrocks is a 6’3″, 230 lb defensive end for Cocoa High School in Cocoa, Florida. He is originally from Ottawa, Ontario.

“The new coaching staff was a huge part of the decision,” explains Horrocks on why he decided to join the Gee-Gees. “Coach Marcel and the rest of the new and perfected uOttawa coaching staff reassured me that I’d be in good hands if I came back home to Ottawa. Along with going to one of the top universities in the world, I will be receiving some great football coaching as well as life coaching, which is really important to me.”

 

RB Nash LeGood

Nash LeGood will make the two hour trip from Kingston, Ontario to Toronto, Ontario to play for the Varsity Blues.

LeGood is a 5’10”, 180 lb running back for LaSalle Secondary School in Kingston.

“[The University of Toronto] is a great school in an amazing city,” says LeGood. “The coaches and the team environment is welcoming. U of T felt like the place for me to take my next steps on and off the field.”

 

OL Max Williston

Max Williston is just the second offensive lineman to commit to the Waterloo Warriors.

Williston is 6’5″, 270 lbs and plays for Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School in Burlington, Ontario.

“I picked Waterloo for its high academic reputation and large co-op opportunity,” says Williston. “I also liked the competitive attitude the coaches showed me their athletic program has.”

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LB John Abraham

John Abraham is the latest commit for Waterloo.

Abraham is a 6’2″, 215 lb linebacker for Clarkson Football North in Toronto. He is originally from Bridgeport, Connecticut.

“I personally chose the University of Waterloo because they showed me the most love in my recruiting,” says Abraham. “They were the first school to give me an offer, which just shows how much the program trusts and believes in me. Along with that, I feel like the coaching staff at Waterloo can help develop me into the player I want to become in the near future — mentally and physically.”

 

DB Brendan Bisson

Brendan Bisson will join the Western Mustangs along with four other players from Quebec.

Bisson is a 6’0″, 185 lb defensive back from Blainville, Quebec where he played for Montmorency.

“The main reason I chose Western University was for the winning culture and tradition that the program has,” explains Bisson. “The competition in the OUA was also a reason. The school side was also very important to me and the prestige that Western has in terms of education helped me a lot to make the right decision.”

 

DB Seyi Morawo

Seyi Morawo is the newest member of Western’s 2021 recruiting class.

Morawo is a 6’1″, 190 lb defensive back for Henry WiseWood High School in Calgary, Alberta.

“I wanted to experience something different and something I wanted to enjoy,” says Morawo. “I believe Western will give me this experience.”

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