Redmen influence (VIDEO)

OFC All-Star wide receiver commits to RSEQ team.

Moy McDonald wants to be part of the Red Resurgence.

Recently, the 5’11, 185 pound wide receiver from Brossard, Quebec signed with the McGill Redmen for the 2014 RSEQ season.

Ultimately, MacDonald credits two individuals for swaying him towards the Redmen.

“One of the biggest factors with my decision to commit to McGill was due to my personal mentor/trainer Ziehl Kavanaght as he is a great influence in my life he had suggested McGill was a very nice school for education and a great opportunity for me to showcase my ability to play in the CIS seeing as they are definitely on the rise to becoming one of the top contenders,” expressed McDonald.  “He also had playing experience with the Offensive Coordinator at McGill.”

“This leads me to another important factor which was the Offensive Coordinator Pat Boies. I know he has a great understanding of the game especially from experience playing on the defensive side and then having one of the top ranked offences in the league I was excited to be involved in his system. I knew it would be a great chance to enhance my game, playing for his offence and potentially bring me to the next level!”

McDonald comes to the Redmen after playing for the St. Leonard Cougars of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC) in the Canadian Junior Football League (CJFL).  During his time with the Cougars, he was selected as an OFC All-Star at the wide receiver position.

Previous to the Cougars, the offensive standout suited up for the Monarx/Bruizers of the Quebec Junior Football League (QJFL).  He was chosen as a league All-Star at the defensive back position.

“This is when I encountered Ziehl Kavanaght,” added McDonald of his time in the QJFL. “He began training me as a wide receiver and seeing that he played at Michigan State, he had great knowledge of the game.”


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