Recruiting Wrap: Seven ranked commits heading to U Sports

With the 2020 recruiting period well underway, here is your weekly wrap-up of the top CFC commits that have chosen their teams for the upcoming season.


CFC100 Kaiden Bannon

Kaiden Bannon is staying in his hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The 6’2, 190lbs wide receiver played for the Vincent Massey Trojans (WHSFA). He also participated in the CFC Prospect Game.


CFC60 Chaz Kidder-Alexander

Chaz Kidder-Alexander is a resident of Montréal, Québec where he played with the Vanier College Cheetahs (RSEQ Division 1). Standing at 6’1, 190lbs, he has played as a defensive back, linebacker, free safety and cornerback.

“I chose to go to Mcgill because it is one of, if not the best, education you can get in Canada,” Kidder-Alexander said, who is interested in finance. “It’s also a program on the rise, and it’s doing a lot of good things football wise to become a contender.”

He added that, “We are the best recruiting class.”

CFC100 Théodore Seaborn

Théodore Seaborn is also a product of Montréal. In cégep, he played for Les Spartiates du Vieux-Montréal (RSEQ Division 1). The 5’9, 170lbs running back also played for Les Cactus du Collège Notre-Dame (RSEQ) in high school.


CFC60 Alexandre Levac

At a hulking 6’3, 310lbs, Alexandre Levac is sizeable on the offensive line. He played with Les Géants du Cégep Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu (RSEQ Division 1). He says he chose the Carabins because of how close it is to his home and the reputation of the team. He adds that he has the chance to make an impact with the team early on.

As for his future coaches, Levac says he has a good relationship with the team’s offensive lineman coach, Mathieu Pronovost. He added that he had a true connection with the coaches when he and his family spoke with them.


CFC200 Afo Awogbemi

Afo Awogbemi played for St. Thomas Aquinas in his hometown of Brampton, Ontario. He is 6’3, 255lbs and plays on both the offensive and defensive lines.


CFC100 Kirk Jean-Baptiste

Kirk Jean-Baptiste played for the Brook Hill Guard in Bullard, Texas. Originally from Ottawa, Ontario, he is 5’10, 180lbs. He plays as both a running back and defensive back.


CFC100 Dennis Larocque

Dennis Larocque calls Woodstock, Ontario home. There he played with the Catholic Central Crusaders (TVRA) for five seasons. He also played two seasons with the Forest City Thunderbirds and the London Junior Mustangs (OPFL).  He also participated in three Fox 40 Prospect Challenges. At 6’4, 255lbs, he will add size to the Lancers offensive line.

“I chose Windsor because it aligns with my academic goals, and I believe I will be able to achieve my football goals there,” Larocque said, who is interested in political science. “I am very familiar with the coaching staff and believe that they will be able to help me succeed in all aspects of university. I trust them and have worked with most of them before.”

Jean-Paul Circelli, the team’s head coach, taught Larocque in high school.  Larocque added that, “Coach Beardy is a fantastic coach and being so young, he understands what it takes to be both a player and a student.”

Larocque is a two-time city champion and a LDA all-star. He has been a captain on the Crusaders in grade 10 and 13. He is also an honour roll graduate.

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