Windsor coaches invested in commit

Windsor adds a local commit to their 2019 class.

When Ryan Nono, a defensive back from École secondaire l’Essor, joins the University of Windsor Lancers, he knows he will be treated like one of the family.

“I chose to commit to Windsor because they were invested in me and it was a good decision academically as well,” Nono said, who is interested in either human kinetics or biochemistry.

“The head coach just stepped down, but after talking multiple times with the defensive back coach and recruiting coordinator, I can tell the Windsor football staff treats their players like a family (and) brotherhood,” he added.

Standing at 5’10, 180lbs, Nono has played for the Essex Ravens (OPFL) and the L’Essor Aigles (WECSSAA). He was a 2018 defensive MVP for the Aigles and won a WECSSAA and SWOSSAA championship for the past two years. He was also named to the WECSSAA all-city team as a hybrid linebacker-defensive back. The product of Tecumseh, Ontario, was also given an early-bird invite to the final roster of the Fox 40 Prospect Challenge.

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