U Sports Recruiting Analysis (CanWest): Rams add three CFC100


It’s been five years since Regina last battled for the Hardy Cup, but this fresh class of stars could be the crew to finally take them back to the promised land – and possibly beyond. They were able to secure the services of two homegrown CFC100s on either side of the ball, plus they ventured out of their comfort zone to land a top CFC100 receiver out of Ontario to go with them. There’s a really nice flow with complimentary pieces that can mature together, so I personally have high expectation for this class and the Rams down the road.

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