Toronto recruit picks Queen’s (VIDEO)

Toronto linebacker joins OUA team’s class 2016

Cameron Duffy will be playing at the CIS level in Kingston, Ontario.

Recently, the 6’3, 220 pound linebacker from Toronto, Ontario signed with Queen’s Gaels.  Duffy will join the team for the 2016 OUA season.

Duffy played for St. Michael’s College Kerry Blues of the Conference Independent Schools Athletic Association (CISAA).

After his commitment, Duffy issued the following statement to regarding his commitment.

“There were many factors that contributed to Queen’s being the best overall fit for me. Some of the main ones were its location, its campus, the coaching staff, and the sense of community.”

“For me personally it was in the perfect location. Being from Toronto, Kingston is far enough away that it feels like I have left home, but close enough where if I ever do need to go home it is only a quick train ride away.”

“Also, Queen’s has one of the nicest campuses out of all the schools I visited, which is important to me considering this is where I will be living for the next few years of my life.”

“The entire coaching staff was very friendly and helpful throughout the entire recruiting process. Coach [Pat] Sheahan is definitely someone I look forward to working with to developing into the best player I can be.”

“The biggest factor that contributed to me wanting to go there was undoubtedly the sense of community I felt when on campus. The entire football team seemed like a brotherhood and being part of something like that is important to me. In university there are so many students and it is such a big place that it can be easy to lose track or feel lost.”

“The sense of community I felt with the football team at Queen’s was big knowing I had a group of guys I could associate with and that would have my back.”


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