Tyrell Richards The NCAA. Those four letters alone hold more weight in the minds of high school athletes than the curriculum they’re taught on a daily basis, and to be honest, I can’t blame them. There’s a lot of prestige that goes along with attending a major NCAA program, andRead More
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Jaechan Yoo has grown up loving the game of football. Yoo was an All-Star linebacker and defensive MVP for the Halifax West Warriors this past season, and his ability to play the run and pass with equal proficiency helped his team win a championship just two years after experiencing aRead More
U Sports recruiting wrap (4): Official visits to the west coast, more coaching changes, and CFC100’s continue to go to east coast
CFC will do our best to provide you with a synopsis of all the hustle and bustle of this busy 2017 recruiting season. The following is a look of each conference’s recent recruiting highlights of the week. 3, CFC100‘s commit to the AUS Toronto Varsity Blues announce five to their 2017 classRead More
Why have Quebec University teams won 9 of the last 14 Vanier Cups and 4 of the last 5? Many, perhaps most fans would look to the huge budgets of Laval and Universite de Montreal. Can you buy a championship? Perhaps not, but money certainly helps. Laval and Montreal haveRead More
Over the next several weeks, we will be reviewing the U Sports team’s 2017 class in order to better assess all the recruiting madness. In his second season in Halifax, Coach Colzie has pieced together St. Mary’s best recruiting class since the Sumarah era. To date, the Huskies, have signedRead More
Over the next couple of months, we will be taking the time to speak with the CFC Fox 40 Prospect Challenge – Central (CFCFPC) Varsity players who are currently working towards improving on and off the field. These articles will include the camps and clinics players are attending and any recruiting newsRead More
U Sports recruiting analysis 2017 (OUA): U of T looking to turn the corner with local talent, strong influence from south of the border
Over the next several weeks, we will be reviewing the U Sports team’s 2017 class in order to better assess all the recruiting madness. After another minor setback last season, the University of Toronto Varsity Blues is hoping the class of 2017 can supply the necessary pieces to return to theRead More
Harrison Trimble Trojan wide receiver, Glodin Mulali, tried out for football in the tenth grade, by accident. Mulali and his family immigrated to Moncton, New Brunswick from Nigeria toward the end of grade nine. Throughout the summer Mulali and the Trojan’s QB Dylan Tabone became friends. Tabone urged the athleticRead More
Going pro is a dream for any athlete in any sport. To get there requires a huge amount of commitment, drive, and passion. In this ‘Path to the Draft’ series, we will be showcasing some amazing talent that is on the clock for their dream to come true. These athletesRead More
Cole Arnold just completed his rookie season with the Westgate Tigers from Thunder Bay, Ontario. Cole primarily played on the offensive line, but he also played both sides of the ball and earned 7 tackles on defence.
This final group of ten will feature all the young men that we have classified as the ‘athletes’. All the players in this group can play multiple positions and play them extremely well. As you will see in the highlight film, most of these athletes can make big plays onRead More
‘My mental game is my strongest attribute:’ DE Bezanson combines football intelligence with physical skill
Isaac Bezanson is a true student of the game. Playing on the defensive line for the Halifax West Warriors this past season, Bezanson’s ability to combine football intelligence with physical skill earned him an All-Star nod and helped his team clinch the championship in their division. From his versatility playingRead More
DID YOU KNOW (27): Auclair holds pro day, GeeGee QB up for OUA MVP, volunteer award, speaking football at UBC Okanagan
DID YOU KNOW is a weekly instalment that brings you some of the most fascinating stories in Canadian football across the country at all levels. In this week’s edition: Laval’s Anthony Auclair holds NFL Pro Day Ottawa GeeGee’s pivot wins OUA MVP Grand Prairie volunteer recognized by Football Alberta SpeakingRead More
“I want to be the best.” That’s the attitude of CFC100 Kaine Stevenson of Windsor, ON. He has played the game for 13 years and says the sport means “everything” to him.
With the U Sports recruiting class of 2017 deep into their final drive, we thought it would be interesting to breakdown some trends as to where the recruits were coming from and going to across the country and beyond. There are several surprises at what the numbers show.