Unbeatable atmosphere

Brampton quarterback returns north of the border and commits to RSEQ team.

The next stop in Travis Eman’s gridiron journey will be Quebec.

The 6’1, 225 pound quarterback from Brampton, Ontario has joined the Bishop’s Gaiters for the 2014 RSEQ season.

“Bishops seemed like a great fit for me,” commented Eman.  “The coaches are awesome and football seems to be pretty important around there.”

“Also the small school atmosphere can’t be beat. I have attended schools with large populations, and I prefer smaller ones because you actually have an identity other than just being a number.  The school has had recent success at quarterback with Jordan Heather, so it’s a good situation to fall into knowing I’ll have the coaching to succeed.”

Eman comes back north of the border after playing for National Junior College Athletic Association (NCJAA) team Glendale out of Arizona. This past season, the Ontario pivot amassed 1578 yards and 10 passing touchdowns.  Additionally, Eman lead the team in rushing with 532 yards as well as five rushing touchdowns.

In 2012, Eman played in the CIS for the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks.

The Ontario quarterback played two years of high school football for Canisius Crusaders in Buffalo, New York.

Other teams he has suited for during his career include Brampton Bulldogs of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL), St. Marguerite d’Youville Panthers of the Region of Peel Secondary School Athletic Association (ROPSSAA).

As per CIS regulations, Eman has four years of eligibility remaining.

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