Western’s legacy and coaches attract three

Western adds two local commits and one out-of-province commit to their 2020 class.

Linebacker Bryan Boudreault from Champlain College Lennoxville, receiver Cole Rublik from Saint André Bessette Catholic Secondary School and offensive lineman Ahmed Elturabi from Oakridge Secondary School are looking to make their mark on the Western Mustangs.

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Bryan Boudreault

Having experienced Québec football, Bryan Boudreault is ready to see what awaits him in the OUA.

“I decided to choose Western because the campus is awesome, and I have the opportunity to be part of one of the best football programs in Canada,” Boudreault said. “Head Coach Marshall is one of the best coaches in Canada, and the defensive coaching staff is extremely good and well designed for me!”

Boudreault, who is 6’1, 220lbs, played with the Champlain College Lennoxville Cougars (RSEQ Division 1) between 2017 and 2019. He won a Bol d’Or in 2017 and in 2019. He is from Alma Lac-St-Jean, Québec.

With the new season fast approaching, Boudreault said, “I’m extremely excited to be part of this legacy and this amazing football program.”

Cole Rublik

When it came to his football future, Cole Rublik didn’t need to look any further than his hometown Mustangs.

“I chose to commit to Western because of the culture and coaches. I want to be a part of Western’s winning culture as well as be coached by some of the best coaches in the league which will help my development,’ Rublik said.

“The coaches are great at Western,” he added. “You have the’ coach of the year’ in Greg Marshall, which is huge, but even the rest of the coaches are great, and in the past year, I’ve had the privilege to build strong relationships with all of them.”

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Hailing from London, Ontario, Rublik spent three seasons with the LMFA Bulldogs and five with the Saint André Bessette Bulldogs (TVRA). Rublik, who is 6’3, 170lbs, won three offensive MVP awards in 2012, 2014 and 2016. He will be taking criminology.

“I am looking forward to beginning this next chapter in my life,” Rublik said. “I believe I’ll be able to make the most out of the experience under the best staff in the country on the best team in the country.”

Ahmed Elturabi

Under the recommendation of his coaches, Ahmed Elturabi is staying in his hometown of London, Ontario.

“I chose to commit to Western after my game day visit because after being in that building I could tell they had an atmosphere of hard work and success,” he said. “They were also the first university to show interest in me and that really put the cherry in the top.”

Elturabi added that, “The coaches at Western have been nothing but welcoming from the moment they first talked to me in person. They all have a history of success, and I believe they will be able to craft me into the best player I can be.”

Elturabi has only played high school football in grade 11 and 13 with the Oakridge Oaks (TVRA). Standing at 6’6, 225lbs, he is interested in health science or engineering.

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