UBC destination spot for 3 CFC100s

UBC adds three top talents to their team.

CFC100s Noah Hochfelder, an offensive lineman from Vancouver College, Lucas Robertson, a tight end from St. Pius X High School, and Dawson Marchant, a cornerback from Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School will be bringing their talents to the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds for the upcoming season and beyond.

CFC100 Noah Hochfelder

For Noah Hochfelder, he didn’t have to look any further than his hometown team. “I chose to commit to UBC as it had absolutely everything I wanted in both a football program and school,” said the product of Vancouver, BC. “I very much felt a connection to Head Coach Nill and look forward to being coached by him.”

The 6’2, 260lbs centre spent five years with the Westside Warriors before spending five with the Vancouver College Fighting Irish (BCSSFA).

CFC100 Lucas Robertson

After spending the most recent season playing with the St. Pius X Panthers in Huston, Texas, Lucas Robertson of Edmonton, Alberta, is ready to return north of the 49th parallel. “I chose UBC because I felt like it was where I was going to become the most successful over the next five years and I also wanted the experience of moving away for university,” he said.

“I absolutely love the coaching staff and it will be great (having) a supporting staff to have around,” he added. “I have worked with the OC on a previous team and it was a great experience.”

Robertson, who is interested in history, formally played high school ball with the Jasper Place Rebels (MEHSL). He stands at 6’4, 235lbs.

CFC100 Dawson Marchant

Dawson Marchant spent the 2018 season with the Langley Rams (CJFL). Prior to that he was a member of the Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers (BCSSFA). Standing at 6’1, 175lbs, he is from Surrey, BC, and has also played as a wide receiver. According to HUDL, he can cover the 40-yard dash in 4.66 seconds, the shuttle in 4.39 and has a vertical of 35.5ft. He can also bench 210lbs and squat 300lbs.

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