Articles by: Alexander McComb

It’s heart over height for DB Rea

It’s heart over height for DB Rea

December 12, 2019 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

Plenty of athletes under six feet tall have been judged on their height, or lack thereof. Names like Russell Wilson, Muggsy Bogues and Wes Welker come to mind. Bert Church defensive back, Dante Rea, would also be among these athletes, but wants everyone to know that he doesn’t let sizeRead More

Every play starts with OL Ricard

Every play starts with OL Ricard

December 11, 2019 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

Every coach and player that has ever competed on a team or individual sport knows that how they start their performance is crucial for the remainder of the competition. Kevin Ricard out Catholic Central knows that as the heart of his offensive line, he controls how each play starts. “TheRead More

LB Kelly puts leadership first

LB Kelly puts leadership first

December 10, 2019 at 12:00 pmby 0 comments

Linebackers are a special breed. Playing the run, covering receivers, and chasing after quarterbacks are no easy tasks. Combine those three aspects of the game with leadership skills, and you get St. Mark linebacker Ian Kelly. “Being a leader, leaving it all on the field and getting the win,” respondsRead More

REC Kamara plays with personality

REC Kamara plays with personality

December 6, 2019 at 12:00 pmby 0 comments

It’s no coincidence that the word receiver rhymes with deceiver. Route runners must be crafty while never allowing the defender to know their next move. Class of 2020 Harrison Trimble High School Trojans receiver, Morie Kamara, says that deceiving defensive backs is why he loves the position. “There’s actually aRead More

Is LB Ioannidis the next Ray Lewis?

Is LB Ioannidis the next Ray Lewis?

December 6, 2019 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

Class of 2022 linebacker Brady Ioannidis has set high expectations for himself. So much so that he has a goal of becoming as revered in professional football as his boyhood idol. Ray Lewis, an NFL Hall of Fame inductee and former Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker. “In my opinion, the bestRead More

LB Hoag a proven winner in B.C

LB Hoag a proven winner in B.C

December 6, 2019 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

Vancouver College standout and Class of 2020 linebacker Matt Hoag had one goal in mind coming into his senior season this year. Win football games. “Stats don’t matter in my senior year,” says Hoag. “I want to win.” REGISTER NOW FOR A CFC TRYOUT & SHOWCASE NEAR YOU CLICK HERERead More

Reading a defence is like clockwork for QB Wolfi Schad

Reading a defence is like clockwork for QB Wolfi Schad

December 4, 2019 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

It is widely debated whether the quarterback is the hardest position to play in all of sports. To be successful, it is imperative to have a strong, accurate arm, be quick on their feet and be able to excel under pressure, even when a 300 lb refrigerator-sized defensive tackle isRead More

All-Academic DE Burke is a dual-sport student-athlete

All-Academic DE Burke is a dual-sport student-athlete

December 2, 2019 at 12:00 pmby 0 comments

Not unlike most kids growing up in the nation’s capital, Class of 2020 defensive end Tucker Burke out of St. Peter’s in Ontario played multiple sports. But Burke really isn’t like most kids. The dual-sport student-athlete competes in hockey at the AAA level, while also playing football at a levelRead More

DE Micai St. Lewis is silent but deadly

DE Micai St. Lewis is silent but deadly

December 1, 2019 at 5:45 amby 0 comments

Relaxed, aggressive and quiet. Those of three characteristics you want a defensive end to have in the backfield as he’s pressuring the quarterback. They can also be used to describe Class of 2022 defensive end prospect, Micai St. Lewis out of George McDougall High School in Alberta. REGISTER NOW FORRead More

FPC MVP LB Keishawn Small plays big

FPC MVP LB Keishawn Small plays big

December 1, 2019 at 5:45 amby 0 comments

Despite his family name, the Class of 2020 Durham Dolphins linebacker says his game is anything but small. Similar to many Canadian families, Kieshawn Small’s parents got him involved in competitive sports early. Small says one of the first sports he ever played was soccer, but as he became faster,Read More

QB Saint Mckenzie was born to win

QB Saint Mckenzie was born to win

November 30, 2019 at 5:40 amby 0 comments

For most, pressure is overwhelming. It’s uncomfortable, expectations are too high and time is too little. For Class of 2023 Bantam Rebels quarterback Saint Mckenzie, pressure is why he loves the game. “Every play, every snap starts with you getting the ball and trying to do the right thing withRead More