Regina Rams commit excited for school’s amazing atmosphere

Regina brings in Saskatchewan commit to their Class of 2018.

When Jayse Easton, a running back from McNaughton High School, reaches the University of Regina Rams, it may take him a while to get used to the cityscape. After all, he does live in a town whose population is one fourth of the school’s population.

Easton lives in Moosomin, Saskatchewan, which is on the Manitoba border. Although it is a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Regina, it is considerably closer than most other universities. Easton said he chose Regina because it was close to home. He added that he also became a Ram because of the “amazing atmosphere for football and school, along with the family feel to it.”

The 5’11, 175lbs athlete spent his career with the Moosomin Generals (Rural Manitoba Football League). He said he knows several Rams’ coaches and players from camps he has attended.

“I am really excited to work with them (the coaches) because they are very enthusiastic and really care about the players,” the future Kinesiology student said. “Their understanding for the game is amazing and they can teach me so much.”

In 2015, he was the Generals’ rookie of the year. Last season, he won the league’s and team’s most outstanding offensive player award and the heart award. He was also named to the South Sask Selects team. This season, he regained his title as the league’s and the team’s most outstanding offensive player.

In high school, Easton has maintained an 85% average while also playing basketball and track.


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