South of the Border: Canadian legend retires, CFC100 shines at Clemson, and which CFC40s helped their draft stock?


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  • NCAA pro days continued this past week, and Oklahoma State, Oregon, and Cincinnati had theirs (meaning several CFC40s). CFC40 RB Chuba Hubbard ran a 4.48 40, had a 36-inch vertical, and put up 20 reps on the bench, while teammate CFC40 LB Amen Ogbongbemiga ran a 4.66 40 and put up 24 reps on the bench. Over at Oregon, CFC40 DB Jevon Holland ran a 4.46 40, jumped 10’6” in the broad, ran a 4.14 shuttle, and put up 19 bench press reps. Lastly, Cincinnati’s CFC40 TE/FB Bruno Labelle ran a 4.70 40, had a 36-inch vert, and jumped 10’3” in the broad.


  • Clemson had their spring game this past Saturday, and CFC100 WR Ajou Ajou stole the show. The Canadian WR continued to make his case to be a key part of the Tigers offense come the fall, as he had 6 catches on 11 targets for 102 yards, leading all receivers in those categories while also racking on a TD. Keep an eye out for A2.


  • Defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford announced his retirement from professional football this week. He retired as a Cowboy after playing there through his whole career since being drafted in 2012 by America’s team. He finishes his career having started 76 games and having played 96 games in the NFL. He’ll hang up the cleats with 180 tackles, 23 sacks, 3 forced fumbles, 3 fumble recoveries, and 6 pass breakups to his name.


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