UBC secures local OL recruit (VIDEO)

Parksville lineman joins CWUAA team’s 2015 class.

Brock Mould will be beginning his CIS career in his home province.

Recently, the 6’0, 330 pound lineman from Parksville, British Columbia committed to the University of British Columbia (UBC) Thunderbirds.  Mould will join the team for the 2015 CWUAA season.

Proximity, academics and the strength of the football program are the main factors why Mould chose the Vancouver, British Columbia campus.

“I committed to UBC because I always loved both the academic and football aspects of the university,” commented Mould on his commitment.  “Also, it would allow me to be closer to my family in Vancouver.”

“I am looking forward to my future within the UBC football program.”

Mould transferred over from McGill Redmen to the Thunderbirds. Moreover, he has previously suited up with the Ballenas Whalers of the British Columbia Secondary School Athletic Association (BCHSFA). Among the positions he plays as a lineman are guard and defensive tackle.

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