Three more Canadians involved in NCAA #SigningDay action

While 18 Canadians signed with NCAA Division 1 teams during Wednesday’s #SigningDay, there were a few other players who signed their letter of intents for Division 2 teams.

The following is a brief roundup on three of those commitments:

Jonathan Zamora 2


Jonathan Zamora has officially signed with Division 2’s Seton Hill Griffins.  The 6’3, 302 pound offensive lineman (also plays on the defensive line) from Mississauga, Ontario has already started his semester with the school.

The CFC 100 commit began playing at the age of six.  He has played for the Oshawa Hawkeyes of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) and most recently attended Canadian Prep Academy.  Among the honours he’s received during his career include Team MVP, Offense MVP, Team Captain and Most improved Awards.

Griffins’ safeties coach Tyler Cottle announced Zamora’s official signing via Twitter on Wednesday:

Alec D'Angela


Alec D’Angela signed the dotted line with NCAA Division 2 team, Tifflin Dragons.  The 5’11, 170 pound defensive back from Windsor, Ontario has overcome adversity to get to this point in his career. He has suited up for both the Holy Names Fighting Knights of the Windsor and Essex County Secondary School Athletic Association (WECSSAA) and Essex Ravens of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL). This past fall, D’Angela was selected as a WECSSAA All-Star.

Dragons Head Coach Gary Goff announced the news on his twitter account:

Zach Greenberg 1


NCAA Division 2 team, Minnesota Crookson announced on their twitter feed Wednesday that they landed Zach Greenberg. The 5’10, 190 pound linebacker from Winnipeg, Manitoba recently played for Grant Park Pirates of the Winnipeg High School Football League (WHSFL).



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