Post Tagged with: "Class of 2022"

For DT Kaden Charles-Robinson, football comes naturally

For DT Kaden Charles-Robinson, football comes naturally

February 17, 2020 at 12:00 pmby 0 comments

Natural athleticism is generally genetic. For example, Oklahoma City Thunder Centre Steven Adams is one of eight siblings, all of which are professional athletes. For Scarborough Thunder Class of 2022 defensive tackle Kaden Charles-Robinson, it’s a similar situation.

RB Gashi unexpected journey into the world of gridiron

RB Gashi unexpected journey into the world of gridiron

February 16, 2020 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

Belmont Bulldogs’ running back Olk Gashi always thought soccer would be the sport for him. After all, that is the main sport back in his parent’s home country, never did the Class of 2022 prospect imagine he would be suiting up to play football – a sport that is predominantlyRead More

REC Bell excited to get the process started

REC Bell excited to get the process started

February 13, 2020 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

Noah Bell out of Loyola in Ontario was inspired to play football by his brother when he started playing. The Class of 2022 receiver never looked back, and his brother continues to push him everyday to help pursuit his football dreams. CFCINSIDER SILVER MEMBERSHIP Prospect Recruiting Profiles, NCAA/U Sports OffersRead More

K/P Wilson lives for big moments

K/P Wilson lives for big moments

February 5, 2020 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

There’s three seconds remaining in the game. Your team is in enemy territory and down by two points. Who are you going to be put all of your hopes, prayers and trust in? The kicker. Class of 2022 Sandwich Secondary School Sabres kicker and punter Matthew Wilson says the rushRead More

ATH Reuther making plays at Mt. Douglas

ATH Reuther making plays at Mt. Douglas

February 4, 2020 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

Bryce Reuther has always been looking for something or someone to hit. Ever since he was a kid, the Mount Douglas Rams defensive back instilled in his brain to hit. It should come to no surprise then that the Class of 2022 star eventually found his way onto the gridiron.Read More

DE Bedada’s teammates are family to him

DE Bedada’s teammates are family to him

February 1, 2020 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

Football requires many athletes to form a team. A by-product of constantly being around and supporting more than 20, sometimes 100, teammates is a life-long bond that is often cherished forever. Class of 2022 Henry Wise Wood defensive end Gideon Bedada says that he felt that bond through football. THISRead More

Clear mind helps LB Desrochers

Clear mind helps LB Desrochers

January 21, 2020 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

When Class of 2022 linebacker Matthew Desrochers was in elementary school, he would always play football at recess. As soon as the Vincent Massey prospect had the opportunity to play the real game, he jumped at the chance and never looked back. THIS ARTICLE IS EXCLUSIVE TO CFCINSIDER MEMBERS CFCINSIDERRead More

ATH Boomhower already impressing the scouts

ATH Boomhower already impressing the scouts

January 14, 2020 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

23 touchdowns, and approximately 200 yards per game last season. Have we got your attention yet? Because Class of 2022 athlete Mason Boomhower out of St. Mark in Ontario certainly got ours. Team MVP, Defensive MVP, and Rookie of the Year won’t be the last of the awards he storesRead More

QB Michaud leading the way in his first year of CEGEP

QB Michaud leading the way in his first year of CEGEP

January 12, 2020 at 6:00 amby 0 comments

After completing his first season of CEEGEP, quarterback Pierre-Luc Michaud with the Limoilou Titans has nine years of experience to continue to propel him to the next level. THIS ARTICLE IS EXCLUSIVE TO CFCINSIDER MEMBERS CFCINSIDER SILVER MEMBERSHIP Prospect Recruiting Profiles NCAA/U Sports Offers Page Exclusive CFC Event Coverage MONTHLYRead More

DB Moore always up for a dogfight in the air

DB Moore always up for a dogfight in the air

January 11, 2020 at 12:00 pmby 0 comments

Rory Moore out St. Joseph in Ontario is always focused on game day. The Class of 2022 defensive back is confident is his abilities, and won’t rest until he’s completed the task at hand. THIS ARTICLE IS EXCLUSIVE TO CFCINSIDER MEMBERS CFCINSIDER SILVER MEMBERSHIP Prospect Recruiting Profiles NCAA/U Sports OffersRead More

DE/OL Nathaniel Lisak is physically and mentally strong

DE/OL Nathaniel Lisak is physically and mentally strong

January 10, 2020 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

Nathaniel Lisak is a big presence on the field, for a couple of reasons. The 15-year-old athlete from Winnipeg, Manitoba has only been playing football for two years, but his 6’1″, 270lbs frame has made adapting to the gridiron quite seamless. Other than his stature, the Class of 2022 prospectRead More

“Football is like war every play for me,” says OL Mullen

“Football is like war every play for me,” says OL Mullen

January 7, 2020 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

As a kid, offensive lineman James Mullen was required to do one sport as a family rule. He tried out football when he was 10, and ever since day one, the Belmont Bulldogs product fell in love with the game. THIS ARTICLE IS EXCLUSIVE TO CFCINSIDER MEMBERS CFCINSIDER SILVER MEMBERSHIPRead More

FB Bennett paving the way for his backs and his dreams

FB Bennett paving the way for his backs and his dreams

January 6, 2020 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

No position has suffered more from offences moving towards spread-like passing attacks than the fullback position. Once a staple of ground and pound offences, fullbacks have been largely replaced in many passing offences and have even gone extinct in others. Do not tell that to Class of 2022 fullback BrianRead More

DB Shippam simply wants it more

DB Shippam simply wants it more

December 20, 2019 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

People often say that the winners and losers are determined by who wants it more. Those who succeed simply want it more than those who are left behind. Vincent Massey defensive back Max Shippam understands that quote, but believes the lines between those who succeed and those who do notRead More

QB Fraser breathing football since day one

QB Fraser breathing football since day one

December 18, 2019 at 6:00 amby 0 comments

Most kids grow up playing with action figures or with toy car, but not Liam Fraser out of Salisbury in Alberta. The Class of 2022 quarterback was unlike most kids, he did not play with toys, instead he grew up looking at coverages with his father. The son of aRead More

OG Lachance gunning for the NCAA

OG Lachance gunning for the NCAA

December 9, 2019 at 5:55 amby 0 comments

Team work is very important to offensive guard Adam Lachance. Playing for Champlain Regional College Lennoxville, Adam’s nine years of football have been very successful thus far. This is due in part to his work ethic, and his strong desire to reach all the goals he has set out forRead More

Is LB Ioannidis the next Ray Lewis?

Is LB Ioannidis the next Ray Lewis?

December 6, 2019 at 5:00 amby 0 comments

Class of 2022 linebacker Brady Ioannidis has set high expectations for himself. So much so that he has a goal of becoming as revered in professional football as his boyhood idol. Ray Lewis, an NFL Hall of Fame inductee and former Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker. “In my opinion, the bestRead More

Reading a defence is like clockwork for QB Wolfi Schad

Reading a defence is like clockwork for QB Wolfi Schad

December 4, 2019 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

It is widely debated whether the quarterback is the hardest position to play in all of sports. To be successful, it is imperative to have a strong, accurate arm, be quick on their feet and be able to excel under pressure, even when a 300 lb refrigerator-sized defensive tackle isRead More

RB Dolby strives to be a role model

RB Dolby strives to be a role model

October 30, 2019 at 4:31 pmby 0 comments

Ethan Dolby always loved playing football in the back yard as a young child with his Father, and he enjoyed watching live football games. When Ethan was eight, he was thrilled to hear that there was a minor football team in St. Thomas. Ethan signed up to play, and heRead More

Humor helps DT Semrau in the club house

Humor helps DT Semrau in the club house

October 29, 2019 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

Lucas Semrau tried many sports that didn’t stick until his Dad, who played football in high school, signed him up to play at a young age and it clicked.  REGISTER NOW: CanadaFootballChat.com Tryout & Showcase REGISTER NOW: Fox 40 Prospect Tryout This article is for CFC Insiders only Become aRead More

Coaching youth improves DB Squires game

Coaching youth improves DB Squires game

October 17, 2019 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

Football caught Curtis Squires’ attention because he loved the contact and the compete level in the sport. “I am very competitive,” he replied. When Curtis arrives to the field he thinks about what plays the opposition are going to run and what he has to do to help him andRead More

OT Watt relies on his hands

OT Watt relies on his hands

October 16, 2019 at 5:42 pmby 0 comments

Kyle Watt was fortunate to have two family members that played football. “My family got me into family I was glad that my brother played, I watched him a lot and I wanted to start playing,” he said. “My uncle also played and the stories he told of his footballRead More

Changing sports a success for DE Khilji

Changing sports a success for DE Khilji

October 16, 2019 at 5:50 amby 0 comments

Football wasn’t Kumail Khilji’s first love. The 6’4 defensive end was involved with basketball but he always had an issue of getting too aggressive and fouling out. Then Kumail heard about football and the rest was history. “I think football is a great sport because it’s not the most skilledRead More

 
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