Waterloo welcomes 2 commits from London, ON

Waterloo adds two Ontario commits to their class of 2018.

Linebacker Anthony Cimino and defensive back Max Dalrymplefrom Catholic Central high school are the latest players to join the Waterloo Warriors.

Max Dalrymple

When it came to choosing a school, Max Dalrymple focused heavily on academics. “I am going into engineering and Waterloo has the best engineering program in Canada. The co-op part of the program really appealed to me,” he said.

Also going for sport, Dalrymple added that he thought the Warriors’ coaching staff was great. “They easily guided me through the whole process,” he added.

Dalrymple was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. After being adopted by a Canadian family, he moved to Canada at the age of five. He currently lives in London, Ontario. Standing at 5’10, 165lbs, he played with the Catholic Central Crusaders (TVRA) and the London Jr. Mustangs (OPFL) during the summer.

Anthony Cimino

Anthony Cimino is also from London, Ontario, where he also played high school ball with the Crusaders. He said he chose Waterloo because of the “great academics that offers a co-op program, which offers to build real-life experience.”

Cimino, who will be taking civil engineering, added that the team has a “excellent coaching staff, very knowledgeable about the game, which will help me grow as a person and as a football player.”

Standing at 6’0, 205lbs, Cimino won a London championship with the Crusaders.

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