Winnipeg RB Oliveira joins NCAA’s University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux (VIDEO)

Earlier today, CFC 100 running back Brady Oliveira officially signed his Letter of Intent with NCAA FCS team, University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux.

The 5’10, 215 pound native of Winnipeg, Manitoba chose the Fighting Sioux back in mid-August after receiving an offer after completing a 7v7 tournament at the school.

Brady Oliveira UND

Oliveira began his gridiron ascension at the age of 12 with the North Winnipeg Football Club.  He would soon move on to play for the Oak Park Raiders of the Winnipeg High School Football League (WHSFL). In 2014, he shattered multiple records leading the Raiders to the Provincial ‘AAA’ Championship.  Some of the records that he broke include rushing majors in a single game, rushing touchdowns and overall number of majors.  He was selected as a WHSFL All-Star.

The running back completed his junior season at Canada Prep Academy.

Last week, he was ranked in the final edition of the CFC 100. It was the third time in 2015 he was selected.

Brady Oliveira

Oliveira is one of four CFC 100 players to commit to the Fighting Sioux. Offensive Lineman Zack Williams, defensive end Mason Bennett and linebacker Troy Hansen are the other newest members of the team.




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