Team atmosphere prompted London recruit to opt for McMaster (VIDEO)

London defensive back joins OUA team’s 2016 class.

From the moment Noah Hallett step foot onto one CIS campus, he knew it was the place where he wanted to extend his gridiron and academic career.

Recently, the 5’11, 178 pound defensive back from London, Ontario signed with McMaster Marauders. Β Hallett will join the team for the 2016 OUA season.

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“I chose McMaster because I got a very good feeling from both the coaches and the players,”explained the defensive back of his decision. Β “I could tell after my first visit that all of the coaches were very supportive of each player not just athletically but academically as well.”

“When I was on campus to watch their scrimmage against Laurier, I saw how committed everyone was to the football program and I knew right away that it was a team and program I wanted to be a part of. The players communicated very well on the field and there was a great team atmosphere. Seeing the relationships the coaches had built with their players made me realize why they have had so much success in the past years.”

Hallett suited up for Great Barrington, Massachusetts prep team East Coast Firebirds where he reigstered 34 tackles and two break up passes.

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Previous to the Firebirds, the defensive standout played for both Mother Teresa Spartans of the Thames Valley Regional Athletic Association (TVRAA) and London Jr. Mustangs of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL).

In the 2015 season with the Jr. Mustangs, Hallett caught six interceptions, had five batted balls as well as 33 solo and 20 assisted tackles.


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