Bisons coaches ‘extremely experienced and professional’

Manitoba adds two out-of-province commits to their 2019 class.

Defensive lineman William Farguson and linebacker Dolan Hills from Hunting Hills High School will be continuing their career together on the University of Manitoba Bisons.

William Farguson

For William Farguson of Red Deer, Alberta, a commitment to Manitoba is a commitment to a family. “I picked Manitoba because of their coaching experience, nice facilities and family atmosphere,” Farguson said. “The coaching staff is extremely experienced and professional while also having great relationships with their players, which really appealed to me.”

Farguson, who is 6’4, 250lbs, will be taking the “University One” program. He said that it will allow him to explore his options and discover his interests “in an in-depth manner that I wasn’t able to experience in high school.”

Farguson’s football career has eclipsed six years. He has played with the Red Deer Hornets, the Prairie Fire and the Hunting Hills Lightning (CRCASAA). He helped the Lightning win two city league championships in a row. The team also placed third in the Tier 2 Provincials for the past three years.

Farguson won’t be joining the Bisons alone. He will be joined by his teammate Dolan, whom he has played with for the past five years.

Dolan Hills

Dolan Hills is also from Red Deer, Alberta, where he played high school ball with the Hunting Hills Lightning. He is 6’0, 205lbs.

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