Warriors add 2 to brotherhood

Waterloo adds two Ontario commits to their 2019 class.

The University of Waterloo Warriors have given running back Greg Caruso from St. Mary’s College and defensive back Max LeDuc from Resurrection Catholic High School a chance, and they are grateful for that.

Greg Caruso

Courtesy of Greg Caruso.

Where Greg Caruso comes from, getting noticed is rather difficult. “I chose Waterloo because of the brotherhood and I saw that when I went to visit, not a lot of schools give northern Ontario kids a chance, but Waterloo does,” he said. “You see how we excel with our passion and work ethic. I’m extremely happy to become a Warrior.”

The product of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, added that he first met Coach Darrell Adams, the defensive coordinator, in grade ten while he was with Carleton. “So, for me, it was just an easy choice,” he said. “It felt very welcoming and I felt at home going there.”

Continuing, Caruso said, “You see the way the coaches act with the players. They don’t solely care about wins and losses. They want you, as an individual, to grow and become a better football player and a better man.”

Caruso plans on taking business and economics during university.

Caruso, who is 5’11, 185lbs, has been playing football since the age of eight. In grade ten he participated in the Fox 40 Prospect Challenge. During the summer, he played with the Sault Sabercats (OFC). In the fall he was a member of the St. Mary’s Knights (SSMHSFL). He was an OVFL all-star in 2017.

Max LeDuc

Max LeDuc, who is 6’1, hails from Kitchener, Ontario. He partook in the 2017 FPC. He played with the Twin City Predators (OPFL) and the Resurrection Phoenix (WCSSAA). He was a quarterback for the Phoenix in 2018.

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