CFC 100 verbally commits to NCAA team (VIDEO)

CFC 100 receiver verbally commits to NCAA Division 1’s UCONN Huskies

CFC#7 Hergy Mayala will continue his career south of the border except he will move to another state.

Yesterday, the 6’2, 190 pound receiver from Montreal, Quebec announced on his twitter account that he has verbally committed to NCAA Division 1 team, UCONN Huskies for the 2015 season.

The CFC 100 standout said that after consulting with loved ones about his final choices, it came down to which place he would be able to develop and excel during his NCAA career.

“I talked a lot to my family,” recalled Mayala of his decision.  “We sat down and evaluated the options I had with UCONN, Rutgers and Old Dominion.”

“I decided to go the UCONN because of the things that are happening down there and just the opportunity of being an immediate impact player.”

Other than Rutgers and Old Dominion, Mayala also received offers from Buffalo, UMASS.  The Quebec receiver was also sought after by two CIS teams, McMaster Marauders and Montreal Carabins.

Hergy Mayala profile 3

Currently, the CFC 100 receiver is suiting up for New York prep school team Trinity-Pawling Pride.  Previous to the Pride, he has played for both the North Shore Lions and the North Shore Mustangs.

Throughout his career, the Quebec standout has been honoured for his play on the field.  Among the honours include Lions Linebacker MVP and Mustangs Wide Receiver MVP.

 

(twitter: http://twitter.com/vohra_ameeta)

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