Sherbrooke dips into local recruitment pool, gets 3 commits

The Vert & Or add three local commits to their team.

The Sherbrooke Vert & Or will be welcoming three players to their team in 2017 after Louis-Charles Moisan, a receiver from Cégep Lévis-Lauzon, Félix Perreault, a linebacker from Cégep régional de Lanaudière à L’Assomption and Adam L’Heureux, a receiver also from Lanaudière à L’Assomption, signed their letters of intent in later October.


REC Louis-Charles Moisan
Louis-Charles Moisan (right) and his brother (left).

Louis-Charles Moisan (right) and his brother (left).

Louis-Charles Moisan, who is 6’2, 185lbs, has played for the Faucons du Cégep de Lévis-Lauzon (Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec Division 1) for three years. He said he picked Sherbrooke because he felt in his place when he visited the campus.

During my visit, players of the team have talked to me like I was already a member of the team. I also think that this program can help me to become a better football player,” he said.

His older brother currently plays for the Vert & Or. “It will be interesting to played with my brother for the first time of my life. I think that we will be able to make great things together,” Moisan added.

During the season, Moisan said the Sherbrooke coaches contacted him often. He said this demonstrated that they were interested in him and this attracted him to the team. “I think that the coaching staff is solid and that they will be able to help me to become a better football player,” he added.

The young football player played his high school football in Saint-Raymond, Québec, which is north-west of Québec City. He was a member of his high school team, the Balbuzard du Louis Jobin, for five years. In 2011, he was Offensive Player of the Year. In 2012, he was named the most improved player. In 2013, he was named Offensive Player of the Year again.

The receiver, who also plays slotback, is interested in taking either administration or marketing in university.



OLB Félix Perreault
Félix Perreault on the line. Courtesy of Félix Perreault.

Félix Perreault on the line. Courtesy of Félix Perreault.

Félix Perreault plays as an outside linebacker. The 6’0, 200lbs player has also played as a long snapper. His current team is the Triades du Cégep régional de Lanaudière à L’Assomption (RSEQ Division 2). He lives in L’Assomption, Québec, which is a southwestern, off-island suburb of Montréal.

Perreault, who is planning on going into building engineering, was drawn to Sherbrooke because of its football program and the reputation of their engineering programs. “It’s the perfect fit for my football career as for my professional career,” he said.

Sherbrooke also offered him a feeling of family. “On my first visit, I already felt integrated in the organization and I felt that my place was in this team. All the coaching staff and the veteran players that I met seem to share the same values as me, like building a winning team where the family spirit remains,” Perreault said.

Perrault is originally from L’Épiphanie, which is a town in Lanaudière, Québec. He has played football for ten years. In the RSEQ, he was named the leading tackler with 86 points, 69 solo tackles and 34 assisted tackles.

He will be looking to continue his success with the Vert & Or. “I can’t wait to train with the players and prepare for my first university season,” Perreault said.

(Translation: I am proud to announce that I will continue y football career with the Vert & Or of the University of Sherbrooke. Thank you to all my coaches, parents and friends who have believed in me!)



WR Adam L’Heureux
Adam L'Heureux, by Pierre Chartier.

Adam L’Heureux, by Pierre Chartier.

Adam L’Heureux is a teammate of Perreualt as he also plays for the Triades. The wide receiver lives in Repentigny, Quebec, a northern, off-island suburb of Montréal. The 6’2, 210lbs football player has also played as a slot back and tight end.


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