Western ‘most consistently dominating program’ in OUA

Mustangs add one out-of-province commit and three provincial commits to their 2019 class.

CFC100 Kojo Odoom, a defensive back from Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School, is hungry to help the Western Mustangs continue their U Sports dominance.

Running back Nick Huiskamp and linebacker Jake Martino from Garth Webb Secondary School, along with Michael Kyeame, a defensive back from Markham District High School, will also be joining the Mustangs.

CFC100 Kojo Odoom

When Kojo Odoom looks at the Mustangs, he sees consistency. He said he chose the team because they are the “most consistently dominating program in the OUA and one of (the most dominating) in the country. They’re the ones playing in the big games down the stretch and that’s exactly what I want to be playing in.”

He added that Western is top-rated in student experience, which he found appealing. He also found the connections made after school with alumni appealing.

Odoom, who is interested in psychology, said that the coaching staff is great. “Head Coach Marshall is one of the best,” he said.

Standing at 6’1, 185lbs, Odoom suited up for the Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers (BCSSFA) in high school. He also played Colverdale community football. The ten-year veteran was a 2018 Panther MVP and a conference and provincial all-star. He won a 2016 junior varsity provincial championship.

Nick Huiskamp

Nick Huiskamp is from Oakville, Ontario. In high school, he played with the Garth Webb Chargers (HSSAA). The 5’11, 190lbs athlete has also played as a slotback and a punt and kickoff returner.

Jake Martino

Jake Martino is a fellow product of Oakville, Ontario. He also played with the Garth Webb Chargers.

Michael Kyeame

Michael Kyeame of Ajax, Ontario, played with the Durham Dolphins (OPFL). Standing at 6’2, 170lbs, he has lined up as both a cornerback and free safety.

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