WR Saville excited for the future (VIDEO)

CWUAA, AUS schools interested in Trojans standout

Vincent Massey Trojans wide receiver Brayden Saville is hoping to capitalize on a breakout 2015 season.

Brayden Saville

Wide Receiver, Defensive Back (Safety)

6’5,190 lbs

Vincent Massey Trojans (high school:WHSFL)
Fort Garry Lions (minor: MMFL)


Official Visits:

Manitoba. British Columbia, St.Francis Xavier, Open


Brayden Saville started his career with the Fort Garry Lions of the Manitoba Minor Football League (MMFL). Currently Brayden is a member of the Vincent Massey Trojans of the Winnipeg High School Football League (WHSFL).

In the past Saville earned a spot on the under-16 provincial team, and is currently on the U18 team.  Last season, Brayden and his team won the Anavets Bowl and he received the Golden Gloves Award. The Golden Gloves Award is given out to the best wide receiver or defensive back in the Vincent Massey program.

The highlight from last season for Brayden was winning the Anavets Bowl.

“Winning the Anavets Bowl, It was my final game with the seniors and bringing it home for the first time in our programs history for all the Trojans that have ever played was very special,” said Brayden.

In life, Brayden’s mom has been the most influential person towards him.

“My mom would definitely be my most influential person she does so much and provides for me in every way possible,” mentioned Saville.

Trojans Head Coach Kelsey McKay is the most influential person in football to Brayden.

“In football it would be Coach McKay he does so much for our whole program and we owe it all to him,” added Brayden.

Brayden has been playing the sport for years. Within these nine seasons, Brayden has played almost every position, but he is sticking with receiver mostly now.

After high school, Brayden is leaning towards a career in kinesiology, but isn’t 100 percent sure at this time.

When asked about the recruitment process, Brayden replied, “It’s been good hearing back from schools, it’s exciting and I look forward to the future”.

For his training, Brayden works out in the Bison’s strength and conditioning program at the University of Manitoba, did Recruit Ready in the winter and will do it again in the summer three days a week.

In order to have another productive year on the gridiron next season, Brayden is going to work on his speed.

Brayden concluded, “Speed is a key point that I’m trying to improve and quickness on the field.”

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