Recruiting Wrap-Up: Seven ranked commits joining CanWest, OUA teams

U Sports teams across the country have been busy this week with seven CFC-ranked commits finding homes in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario.

British Columbia

CFC100 Isaiah Edwards

Receiver Isaiah Edwards is from Surrey, BC where he played at Earl Marriott Secondary School (BCSSFA). “I chose UBC because it was the best fit for me overall. As soon as I met with the coaches and the staff I felt a connection. It’s also close to home, so my family can watch me play,” says Edwards.

“They have a very young but dynamic group at the skills positions and then having one of the best coaches as your head coach, this coaching staff has a huge future,” he adds.

Standing at 6’1”, 175lbs, Edwards was a Pacific Conference all-star and the 2019 ‘offensive player of the year.’ He wishes to thank all of his coaches from Earl Marriott and from 7on7 for helping him to never give up.

CFC200 Silas Marchan

Silas Marchan, a defensive back from Holy Cross High School, is also a resident of Surrey, BC. He stands at 5’10”, 170lbs and plays at the cornerback and slotback positions.

CFC200 Kaishaun Carter

Kaishaun Carter is a defensive end who suited up with the St. Thomas More Knights (BCSSFA) in his hometown of Surrey, BC. Carter, who is 6’2”, 245lbs, was named as the ‘defensive player of the year’ in grade 11. He also participated in the Fox 40 Prospect Challenge.


CFC100 Ethan Troniak

Ethan Troniak, an athlete from South Delta Secondary School, is heading across provincial lines to join the Dinos. A product of South Delta, BC, he is 6’0”, 170lbs. Troniak, who played in the FPC, has played as both a wide receiver and strong safety.


CFC100 Nathan Falconi

Receiver Nathan Falconi is leaving his hometown of Toronto, Ontario where he played with the St. Andrew’s College Saints (CISAA). Falconi, who is 5’10, 180lbs, is a former FPC participant. He also suited up for Team Dunigan at the inaugural CFC Prospect Game.


CFC200 Aron Massaquoi

Aron Massaquoi, a defensive back form W.F. Herman Secondary School, is staying home after joining the Lancers. “I chose the University of Windsor because the coaches are building something special, and I want to be a part of it (and) help my city win,” says the product of Windsor, Ontario.

“The coaches are great. They are willing to help me get to the best of my potential on and off the field,” he adds.

Massaquoi, who is interested in kinesiology, was a 2019 all-Canadian and WECSSAA all-city. Standing at 6’0, 190lbs, he also was a WECSSAA and SWOSSAA champion.


CFC100 Austin Galbraith

Austin Galbraith, a receiver from New Westminster High School, is heading out east after joining the Lions. Standing at 5’10”, 175lbs, he was a member of Team Dunigan at the CFC Prospect Game. The resident of Richmond, BC also played in the FPC.



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