York Lions commit believes school’s best fit

York adds an Ontario commit to their Class of 2018.

Courtesy of Zak Colangelo.

Unguec Ajongo, a defensive lineman from All Saints High School, may not have been born in a football-crazy nation, but the future York Lion picked up the sport rather quickly.

Originally from London, England, Ajongo came to Canada and settled in Ottawa, Ontario. He spent two seasons with the Ottawa Myers Riders (OVFL).

“I think York was the best place for me because of the feel of the campus and how nice all the coaches and players are,” he said.

In 2016, he won an OVFL championship with the Riders. He is interested in taking global politics because he would like to become a diplomat.

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