Recruiting Wrap Part 1: Eight ranked commits, two CFC Prospect Game vets

In part one of this week’s recruiting wrap up, eight CFC-ranked commits and two Fox 40 Prospect Challenge participants have made their decisions on their post secondary education and playing career.

British Columbia

CFC100 Jason Soriano

Jason Soriano, a wide receiver from Vancouver College, is staying right where he wants. “I loved the idea of playing sports in my hometown close to my family and friends,” he says.

“UBC’s coaching is full of people that trust in me and are also looking to do whatever it takes to win,” Soriano adds. “I’m excited to work under head coach Nill, and I trust that he will help me reach my full potential.”

Soriano, who is 5’10”, 180lbs, played with the Westside Warriors and the Vancouver College Fighting Irish (BCSSFA). In 2019 he was the AAA ‘player of the year,’ conference defensive MVP and team MVP. He also helped his team win the provincial AAA championship to which he was named as the game’s MVP. He is interested in studying kinesiology.

As a multisport athlete, Soriano will also be doing track and field at the university. He says it is a major factor in picking the school.

FPC Darren Baker

Darren Baker is a lineman from Windsor Secondary in his hometown of North Vancouver, BC. He is 6’5”, 280lbs and participated in the Fox 40 Prospect Challenge.

Laurier

FPC Ethan Jordan

Ethan Jordan, a wide receiver from the Chatham-Kent High School Golden Hawks (LKSSAA), is keeping the name ‘Golden Hawk’ after signing with Laurier. Jordan’s hometown is Chatham, Ontario. The 6’0”, 180llbs athlete also played in the FPC.

Manitoba

CFC200 Noah Anderson

Athlete Noah Anderson from Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School is heading east after signing with the Bisons. “I chose Manitoba because I felt like it was a really good fit and is a school that will help me reach my goals,” he says. “The stadium and the facilities really appealed to me.”

Anderson, who is interested in kinesiology and psychology, adds that the Bisons’ coaching staff is great. “Really good coaches and I really like them and glad to work with them for the next four to five years,” he says.

Standing at 5’11”, 190lbs, Anderson played with the Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers (BCSSFA). He also took part in the 2019 FPC. In grade ten he helped his team win a AAA JV championship.

Mount Allison

CFC200 Owen O’Neal

Owen O’Neal, a defensive back from Tantramar Regional High School, needs no introduction to his new team. “It’s my hometown,” says the product of Sackville, New Brunswick. “I grew up watching MTA. A bunch of guys from my high school play at MTA, and my brother and both my parents went to MTA.”

O’Neal adds that the coaching staff is great. He is interested in taking commerce.

The 5’11”, 180lbs halfback spent four years with the Tantramar Titans (NBHSFA). He is a four-time provincial championship and a three-time defensive all-star. He also was the 2019 ‘player of the year,’ He holds a single game rushing record as well.

Queen’s

CFC200 Ajang Chol

Wide receiver Ajang Chol from New Westminster Secondary is heading east. A resident of New Westminster, BC, Chol has played as both a wide receiver and defensive back. He is 6’3”, 165lbs.

CFC200 Taran Birdi

Cornerback Taran Birdi from New Westminster Secondary will be joining his teammate on the Gaels. Also from New Westminster, BC, Birdi has participated in the FPC and the CFC Prospect Game. Standing at 6’1”, 175lbs, Birdi has lined up as a wide receiver as well.

Saint Mary’s

CFC10 Ethan Nagler

Ethan Nagler, a kicker and punter from Kelvin High School, will be moving to Halifax, Nova Scotia from his hometown in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The 5’11”, 190lbs CFC Prospect Game participant is one of the top ranked kickers in the country.

CFC200 Isaiah Letander

Isaiah Letander, a linebacker from the Valley Huskers (CJFL), is leaving his hometown of Winnipeg to head to the Atlantic coast. Letander, who formally played with the Kelvin Clippers (WHSFL), is 6’3”, 275lb.

Toronto

CFC150 Phoenix Moller

Athlete Phoenix Moller from Robert Bateman High School is heading to the big city from his hometown of Abbotsford, BC. Moller is 5’10”, 200lbs.

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