SMU welcomes 5 to pack

The Huskies add two local commits, two out-of-province commits and one international commit to their team.

In their latest wave of commits, St. Mary’s Huskies are set to welcome five commits on all sides of the ball to their 2019 class.

Otto Roca

Linebacker Otto Roca currently calls St. Catharines, Ontario, home. There he played with the RICC Knights. He is 6’1, 210lbs.

 

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🚨🚨🚨NEW SIGNEE ALERT 🚨🚨🚨 @headfbcoachsmu and SMU Football would like to introduce our newest member from our 2019 recruiting class @otton_roca to the SMU family. “Otto is one of the most versatile defensive players in our recruiting class. He has great size and athletic ability which can allow him to possibly play our “Star” or “Money” position but he also has the long frame to play “FS” in our defensive backfield. This kid will be electric on all of our special teams and I love the fact he comes from @riccfootball where I know he’s played against some of the top HS talent in the United States. Roca will add depth or take a job which can only add to the competition level of our defence” 🐾 HC-James Colzie III #ELEVATE19 #COMPETE

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Ethan Steenbeek

Ethan Steenbeek is a local product and calls Halifax, Nova Scotia, his hometown. Standing at 6’0, 230lbs, the running back played with the Citadel Phoenix (NSSAFL) in high school. According to HUDL, he can squat 405lbs, deadlift 500lbs and bench 315lbs. In the 2018 NSSAF Division 1 championship game, Steenbeek ran from 140 yards and scored a touchdown.

 

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🚨🚨🚨NEW SIGNEE ALERT 🚨🚨🚨 @headfbcoachsmu and SMU Football would like to introduce our newest member from our 2019 recruiting class @ethansteenbeek to the SMU family. ““Ethan is widely regarded as the top player in Nova Scotia and hails from Tier 1 Provincial Champions @citadelathletics. I’m excited with what Ethan can bring to this HUSKIE program. He’s physically ready to compete right now at the Usports level and has the ability to play multiple positions on the football field as well as being an early contributor on each of our special teams. His number 1 position will be running back, so it will be important for him to learn the playbook so he can come in and contribute early for this football team.” 🐾 HC James Colzie III #ELEVATE19 #KEEPTHEMHOME

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Trydell Mintis

Wide receiver Trydell Mintis is a fellow Phoenix player. Mintis, who is 6’3, 170lbs, is also from Halifax. He and Steenbeek helped the Phoenix win the 2018 provincial championship, the team’s fifth-consecutive provincial title. He scored a touchdown in the championship game.

 

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🚨🚨🚨NEW SIGNEE ALERT 🚨🚨🚨 @headfbcoachsmu and SMU Football would like to introduce our newest member from our 2019 recruiting class @trydellmintis to the SMU family. “Trydell is another great player out of @citadelathletics in whom we are excited to see develop in our talented and deep wide receiving corps. He has great speed and length and is absolutely dynamic with the football and I can’t wait to see how he mature’s when he adds some quality weight to his frame. Trydell will be a game changer in this program and I’m extremely happy that we kept another great Halifax player home” 🐾 HC James Colzie III #ELEVATE19 #KEEPTHEMHOME

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Emmanuel Adeyemi

Emmanuel Adeyemi suited up for the James Folwer Falcons (CHSAA). He is from Calgary, Alberta. According to HUDL, the 6’2, 175lbs free safety and wide receiver can run the 40-yard dash in 4.7 seconds and the shuttle in 5.01. He also has a vertical of 26 and a Powerball of 22.

 

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🚨🚨🚨NEW SIGNEE ALERT 🚨🚨🚨 @headfbcoachsmu and SMU Football would like to introduce our newest member from our 2019 recruiting class @adeyemi3224 to the SMU family. “Emmanuel comes from the talent rich area of Calgary, AB and will provide an immediate impact at free safety or either halfback position. He’s got the size, speed, and length to cover sideline to sideline and the ball hawking skills to be apart of the best defensive backfield in Usports. It is imperative that he comes in and learns the playbook so he can play right away in our psycho and tiger packages; while he will also be an instant contributor on each of our special teams with his ability to run and the size he possesses.” 🐾 HC James Colzie III #ELEVATE19 #GOODLUCK

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Danickson Joseph

Danickson Joseph will be heading north of the border. The 6’3, 305lbs offensive lineman is from Miami, Florida, where he played with the Miami Christian Victors.

 

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🚨🚨🚨NEW SIGNEE ALERT 🚨🚨🚨 @headfbcoachsmu and SMU Football would like to introduce our newest member from our 2019 recruiting class Danickson Joseph to the SMU family. “Danickson comes from one of the top private high schools in Miami, Florida. His HC is former NFL/CFL player @nick.turnbull.792 who I coached at @fiu.football from 2001-2004. Danickson will be asked to come in and play immediately as we will need him to fill the void of our departing OL from this past season. He has great feet and can play any position on the Offensive Line. He’s played against some of the top talent in the US being down in the Miami area and will be ready to compete instantly at any of the OL positions.” HC James Colzie III #ELEVATE19 #WENTDOWNSOUTH

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