SMU commit feels right at home with Huskies

Saint Mary’s adds a CJFLer to their team.

Trey Campbell, a running back from O’Neill Collegiate and Vocational Institute, is no stranger to travelling for football, and now his journey will take him out east as he gets set to join the Saint Mary’s University Huskies.

Currently with the Westshore Rebels (CJFL) in British Columbia, Campbell is originally from Oshawa, Ontario. Now it’s time for some east coast flare. “I chose SMU because I loved how the community was so involved with the football team and the alumni was always giving back,” Campbell said.

Courtesy of Trey Campbell.

It doesn’t hurt that Campbell knows a few Huskies already. He added that the amount of people he knows on the team and the team’s style of offense appealed to him. “I met with Head Coach Colzie and Coach AJ and I love the direction they’re brining the program,” Campbell said. “I feel like the staff is a good fit for me.”

Interested in Criminology, Campbell also said he likes the school’s small classroom sizes.

The 5’8, 185lbs nine-year veteran played with the O’Neill Redhawks (Lake Ontario Secondary School Athletics) in high school. In 2012 and 2013, he was an LOSSA MVP. He has also won a Cullen Cup and was a former OPC all-star.

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