Gee-Gees hospitality wins over 3 commits

Gee-Gees add one local commit and two Ontario commits to their 2019 class.

Braden Clark, a defensive back from Gananoque Secondary School, is ready to become a part of the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees brotherhood.

Tyrus Bromley, a wide receiver from La Salle Secondary School, and Oliver Tetreault, a linebacker form St. Pius X High School, will also be joining the Gee-Gees.

Braden Clark

When visiting schools, Braden Clark noticed something the Gee-Gees had that bested the rest. “On my official visit, every player and coach were very welcoming, but what really stood out to me was how much of a strong-bonded team Ottawa was. Every player is out there to help each other to be the best player they can be, and I wanted to be a part of that,” he said.

Courtesy of Braden Clark.

He added that he also chose the Gee-Gees because of their great football program that grows stronger each year.

And who’s responsible, in part, for that? The coaches. “The coaching staff is second-to-none,” Clark said. “Whether it’s positional coaches or coordinators, they are all out there helping players be the best of their ability but also preparing players for life after university, which means a lot to me.”

The 5’10, 185lbs safety is interested in taking communications.

Hailing from Gananoque, Ontario, Clark’s career is entering its 11th year. He spent five with the Kingston Grenadiers (OPFL) and five with the Gananoque Trojans (LGSSAA). In 2018 he helped the Trojans capture an OFSAA championship. He is also a two-time LGASSAA champion.

With the 2019 season fast approaching, Clark said, “(I’m) extremely excited to start the next chapter of my life with the University of Ottawa!”

Tyrus Bromley

Tyrus Bromley of Ajax, Ontario, has played for both the Kingston Grenadiers and the Oshawa Hawkeyes (OPFL). The 6’4, 190lbs athlete has played as both a receiver and running back.

Oliver Tetreault

Olivier Tetreault already calls Ottawa, Ontario, his home. He has played for the Cumberland Panthers (NCAFA) and the North Gloucester Giants (NCAFA). He was a member of Team East Sophomores at the 2017 Fox 40 Prospect Challenge. He was named as the game’s defensive MVP. He had seven solo tackles, four assisted tackles, two tackles for losses, one quarterback sack and two batted balls during the game. He is 5’11, 205lbs.

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