SMU community, coaches, attract 3 teammates

Huskies add three out-of-province commits to their 2019 class.

Alex DesOrmeaux, an offensive lineman from Huron Heights Secondary School, will be getting the full east coast experience after committing to the Saint Mary’s Huskies.

Running back Noah Jacka and defensive tackle Ali Azraq from Huron Heights Secondary School will also be joining the Huskies.

Alex DesOrmeaux

Courtesy of Alex DesOrmeaux.

The east coast has captured Alex DesOrmeaux’s attention and it doesn’t want to give it back. “I chose to commit to Saint Mary’s because I love the community and environment out east and I really like the school’s appeal,” he said. “The coaches are really good guys and have lots of experience, so they know what they are doing.”

DesOrmeaux spent the last four years with the Huron Heights Warriors (YRAA). In 2017 he helped his team to a OFSAA Simcoe Bowl championship. Hailing from Newmarket, Ontario, he is 6’1, 275lbs.

Noah Jacka

Noah Jacka played as both a running back and linebacker with Warriors. He also calls Newmarket, Ontario, home. In the 2016 OFSAA Simcoe Bowl, Jacka scored a touchdown in the Warriors’ loss to St. Ignatius.

Ali Azraq

Ali Azraq, who is also from Newmarket, played on both a defensive tackle and guard for the Warriors.


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