South of the Border: Two CFC100s heading to South Alabama

Carolina Panthers running back Chuba Hubbard catches a pass during NFL football rookie minicamp in Charlotte, N.C., Saturday, May 15, 2021. (AP Photo/Nell Redmond)

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The 2022 Senior Bowl Watch List was released and it featured 4 Canadians: Fresno State CFC100s LT Dontae Bull, DT Mohammed Diallo (currently in transfer portal), Ole Miss DE Tavius Robinson, and Penn State’s CFC100 Jesse Luketa, who is apparently making a position change from middle linebacker to more of a defensive end this year. Keep an eye on these 4 guys this upcoming season.


A couple teammates look to extend their high school camaraderie into university with CFC100 CB Tremel States-Jones and CFC100 WR Caeleb Schlachter committing to South Alabama this week. The two are teammates down south in Florida this upcoming season and will then again be teammates for the Jaguars come fall 2022.


There were highs and lows in week 1 of NFL preseason for our Canadian talents. Among the highs were Panthers rookie CFC100 RB Chuba Hubbard rushing for 80 yards on 7 attempts and Chargers rookie CFC100 WR Josh Palmer  catching 6 passes for 36 yards while playing well under half the game. Unfortunately, there were lows to match, with sophomore CFC100 DT Neville Gallimore of the Cowboys dislocating his elbow against the Cardinals, which is reportedly going to keep him out for 4-6 weeks.

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