DB Gendron-Muscadin’s stock rising

CIS, CEGEP programs courting Hornets standout 

Sun Youth Hornets defensive back Denzel Gendron-Muscadin is on the verge of making a major academic and gridiron decision.

Denzel Gendron-Muscadin

Positions:
Defensive Back

Height/Weight:
5’11, 170 lbs

Teams:
Sun Youth Hornets

Commitment:
None

Official Visits:
None

Considerations:
Open

Class:
2019

Denzel began his career at the age of seven. He then played a year of Pee-Wee football for the A-Ma-Baie Eagles. Later on, Denzel decided to play football in high school at Edouard-Monpetit, but had to quit playing because the school closed down.

The defensive back decided to play his final season of bantam, and his first year of midget with the Sun Youth Hornets in the Québec Bantam Football League (QBFL), and the Québec Midget Footbll League (QMFL), respectively.

For his Bantam season, he was awarded the Most Valuable Running Back. The following year, in Midget was named to the QMFL All-Star team, playing against another Ontario All-Star Team.

Denzel also represented Team Québec at the 2015 Football Canada Cup, which was held in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, earning gold, while being named the Defensive MVP of the Championship Game.

The standout has had several CEGEP schools show interest in him, including André-Grasset, Édouard-Montpetit, John Abbott, and Champlain-Lennoxville.

“Personally, I like André-Grasset, Champlain-Lennoxville and John Abbott.” He adds.

He has been enjoying the recruiting process, gaining more attention after the Football Canada Cup.

“Before the Canada Cup, I only had a few CEGEPS from my area show interest, now there’s a lot more, and even a few universities showing interest too,” Denzel says.

After next season, the defensive back will have to make a decision on where he will continue football and academic career.

“I’m planning on studying either business administration, social sciences, or criminology,” adds Denzel of his academic future.

With his last season quickly approaching, Denzel has been training four to five times a week, and has been doing track and field, something he believes will really translate to explosive speed for him to use on the field.

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