Ram’s commits bring ‘championship’ pedigree to team

Rams add two local commits to their 2018 class.

CFC100 quarterback Josh Donnelly from Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School and receiver Bennett Stusek from Campbell Collegiate want nothing more than to see a successful University of Regina Rams team.

CFC100 Josh Donnelly

With a team he admires in his backyard, Josh Donnelly saw no reason to leave the city of his birth. “I really think the Regina Rams have a bright future. The last two years have been big for the program and I think it’s only up from here,” he said. “I want to come in and help my hometown continue to improve and be successful as a program.”

He added that, “I know almost all of the coaches, either from Team Saskatchewan or high school football, therefore I am really comfortable around them and I like their coaching styles.”

Standing at 6’3, 175lbs, Donnelly played with the LeBoldus Golden Suns (RIFL) in high school. In his seven-year career, he also played Regina Minor Football with the Mustangs and Renegades. He is a three-time city and provincial champion with the Suns. In 2016, he was the team’s offensive player of the year. Last season, he was the Suns’ team MVP.

Bennett Stusek

Bennett Stusek will also be staying home. The product of Regina, Saskatchewan is 5’10, 150lbs and spent his entire high school career with the Tartans. In 2016, he had 1370 all-purpose yards. Ryan Hall, the team’s head coach, told the Regina Leader-Post that Stusek is a unique kind of athlete who battles for the ball and is a great competitor.

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