Adding speed

Guelph linebacker newest recruit to join OUA team’s 2014 class.

Rolling out the welcome mat was it took for an Ontario standout to commit to a provincial CIS school.

Andrew Zamin is the newest recruit to join the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks for the 2014 season.

“The reason I have decided to commit with Laurier is because of the welcoming atmosphere that the program presents,” commented Zamin.  “I am very excited to join the family and study at this fantastic school.”

The 5’11, 187 pound linebacker from Guelph, Ontario recently completed his high school career with St. James Lions of Guelph District 10 in the Central Western Ontario Secondary School Athletic Association (CWOSSAA).

As for the Golden Hawks, the team is excited to have a player of Zamin’s calibre come into the fold as it will address one of their needs in their offseason recruitment efforts.

“Andrew is a player out of Guelph that we are very excited about,” expressed Golden Hawks Head Coach Michael Faulds.  “Immediately, he makes us a faster football team and that is always a goal of ours in recruiting.”

Equally, Golden Hawks Recruiting Coordinator Dwayne Cameroon is looking forward to Zamin’s impact on the team.

“As we continue to mold the roster, we are excited to add an athlete that possesses something you can’t coach – speed,” said Cameron.

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