UofS Huskies pack add 2 CFC100s, 2 others

Huskies add three local commits and one provincial commit to their 2019 class.

CFC100s Keegan Kaytor, a quarterback from Sheldon-Williams Collegiate, and Tanner Szakacs, a running back from Holy Cross High School, will be adding their talents to the University of Saskatchewan Huskies in the upcoming season.

Defensive backs Mason Dirham and Aiden Sommacal from St. Joseph High School will also be bringing their skills to the Huskies for the 2019 season and beyond.

CFC100 Keegan Kaytor

In high school, Keegan Kaytor played with the Sheldon-Williams Collegiate Spartans (RIFL). Standing at 6’2, he is from Regina, Saskatchewan. Kaytor helped lead the Spartans to a 2018 RIFL Stewart Conference championship off an undefeated season. He was also a cross-country athlete at Sheldon-Williams.

CFC100 Tanner Szakacs

Hailing from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Tanner Szakacs was a member of the Holy Cross Crusaders (SSSAD). He also ran track and field in high school. He is 5’10, 180lbs.

Mason Dirham

Mason Dirham is coming to his hometown Huskies from the St. Joseph Guardians (SSSAD). The 6’1, 167lbs product of Saskatoon played basketball in grade 11. In 2018 he was a member of the Hawkeyes in the Saskatoon Touch Football League. In six games played he had seven touchdowns, one two-point conversion and three interceptions.

Aiden Sommacal

A fellow Guardian, Aiden Sommacal is also from Saskatoon. He played as a strong safety and outside linebacker with the Guardians. He was named to the 2018 Nissan All-Canadian Titan team. Standing at 5’11, 190lbs, he was described by the Nissan team as being “humble enough to be coachable, but confident enough to know his position. He is a notable role model because of this, on and off the field.”

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