World class return

Toronto offensive lineman returns home to play for CIS team.

Sam MacMillan is coming back home to begin his CIS career in front of the hometown crowd.

The 6’2, 270 pound offensive lineman from Toronto, Ontario has signed with the University of Toronto Blues for the 2014 OUA season.

“I chose to commit to University of Toronto for a variety of reasons,” explained MacMillan.   “It is a world class institution in a world class city that offers countless opportunities and experiences that are not limited to just the football team.”

“I’m excited to contribute to the Varsity Blues and I felt like the coaches and I just clicked. Coach (Greg) Gary and Coach (Jim) Moore (Varsity Blues Offensive Line Coach) are great guys and I can’t wait to continue my football development under their guidance.”

MacMillan comes back to Toronto after guiding the Phillips Academy Big Blues to an undefeated season en route to a New England Prep School Athletic Conference  (NEPSAC) “A” Division Championship.

Previous to the Big Blues, the offensive lineman suited up for the St. Michael Kerry Blues of the Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association (CISAA). During his time there, he was a captain twice (2010, 2012).

Furthermore, MacMillan suited up for the Toronto Jr. Argos of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC).  Not only was he a captain of the junior varsity squad in 2010, but he served in the same capacity on the varsity team in 2012.

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