Stingers announce three LOI’s

Concordia Stingers

Stingers Head coach Mickey Donovan is pleased to announce three players have signed Letters of Intent with the Stingers and will join the Concordia football program at training camp this August.

Leading the way is Mickael Côté, an outstanding linebacker out of the Édouard Montpetit Lynx football program. He was the leading tackler on the CEGEP Division 1 circuit in 2012 with 64 solos and 49 assists for a total of 88.5.

The six-foot-two, 210-pound native of Longueuil, Que., committed to Université de Montréal in 2013, but had a change of heart. He sat out last season, focusing on training. He has his 40-time down to 4.67 laser.

“He’s exactly what every coach wants in a linebacker,” said Donovan. “He’s a leader, an amazing athlete and he’s relentless to the ball. He’s got a bright future at Concordia.”

Also joining the Stingers out of Édouard Montpetit is Louis-Simon Bossé, and offensive tackle who checks in at six foot three and 270 pounds.

Finally, the Stingers will add Dan Beliveau, a linebacker who is transferring from Queen’s University. In 2011, the Beaconsfield, Que. native was named to the all-New England football team at St. Paul’s Prep School in Concord, N.H.

Recruiting is a top priority for Donovan who expects to have several more LOIs to announce in the coming days and weeks.

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