Waterloo Warriors commit says he believes in team’s head coach

Waterloo brings in Waterloo-area commit to Class of 2018.

Jacob Fulcher, an offensive lineman from Elmira District Secondary School, won’t be racking up any frequent flyer miles after committing to the University of Waterloo Warriors.

Courtesy of Jacob Fulcher.

Fulcher lives in Elmira, Ontario, which is a short drive north from Waterloo. Only around 20 minutes away, he won’t be far from his family. But, he is already comfortable with the school.

“I feel at home at Waterloo and I personally feel I have good opportunities here,” Fulcher said. “I like the coaching staff and the players, as well as the support for the athletes.”

Although he is not yet part of the team, Fulcher already buys into the Warriors’ philosophy. “I believe in Coach Bertoia’s vision for the team. He’s already done great things for the program and the players,” he said.

“I really like how Coach Fraser works and how he runs the offensive line and I can see myself fitting in there well,” the 6’5, 270lbs offensive tackle added. “Every other coach has been nothing short of great and very welcoming.”

The potential recreation and sports business student has been playing for five years. He has suited up for the Elmira Lancers (Waterloo County Secondary School Athletic Association) and the Waterloo Region Predators.

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