SMU commit excited to be with up-and-coming team

SMU adds an out-of-province commit to their 2018 class.

Courtesy of Christopher Guessan.

Christopher Guessan, a defensive back from St. Matthew Catholic High School, has the utmost confidence that the Saint Mary’s University Huskies will be a top team in the league sometime soon.

“I chose to commit to Saint Mary’s University because their football team had great potential and just needed a couple pieces to give them that chance to get to a championship,” Guessan said. “Their football team are on the come up and I want to be apart of their success.”

He added that during his visit in February, the coaches treated him very well.

The 5’11, 190lbs athlete has played for four years with the Cumberland Panthers (OPFL) and the St. Matthew Tigers (NCSSAA). In grade 9 and 11 he was the track and field athlete of the year. His events are 100m and long jump. In grade nine, he was a NCSSAA champion in the 100m and in grade 11 he won again in long jump. The product of Ottawa, Ontario, is interested in criminology.

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