More links on Guelph recruits – part 2

Part two of the a series of posts sharing quotes and links from articles on Guelph’s 2014 committed recruits.

QB Job Reinhart – From the Guelph MercuryAnother Reinhart for Gryphons [July 2, 2013]

QB recruit Job Reinhart

QB recruit Job Reinhart

“Reinhart, who’ll return to Guelph CVI to quarterback the Green Gaels in District 10 high school play this fall, has decided to follow older brother Jake to the Gryphon locker room. “It’s a done deal,” Job Reinhart said.  “I heard a lot of good stuff about it and it looks like a good place to be.””

“He’s just got to keep working hard,” Bears head coach [Jeremy MacLeod] said of Job getting ready for university football. “He’s an extremely hard worker. He does his homework. He knows his playbooks, he knows the routes of all the receivers on the field. He’s just got to keep working. If he keeps working, I have no doubt in my mind he’ll perform.”

“He’s a phenomenal player,” MacLeod said. “He’s a good asset to us and he’ll be a great asset to the University of Guelph. He’s very talented.”

CFC story: Local move

“I chose to commit to Guelph because of the great academic programs available,” explained Reinhart of his decision. The athletic facilities and the overall atmosphere around the football program seems great.”

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OL Duncan CurrenCFC: Home away from home

OL recruit Duncan Curren

OL recruit Duncan Curren

“I really enjoy the city of Guelph – how it’s fairly small and how it’s a true university town,” explained the Ontario offensive tackle of his commitment. “Also, I really enjoyed the sounds of their business program as it is on the rise.”

“Football wise, I chose Guelph because of their amazing coaching staff. Coach MacDonald (O-Line Coach) and (Head Coach) Stu Lang have been very supportive in my recruitment process and they made me feel like I was already family there. Also, working with Coach (Bill) Brown with Team Ontario really helped me grasp the type of practice they run. I really like their strength and conditioning program and the facilities they have – basically being run by SST, should help me become a better player.”

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SB Quincy ReidCFC: Abundance of support

Rec recruit Quincy Reid in the Steel City Bowl Photo: thespec.com

Receiver recruit Quincy Reid in the 2013 Steel City Bowl
Photo: thespec.com

“The Gryphons have a strong football program with a supportive fan base,” explained Reid of his decision.”

“I also found their coaches are very easy to talk to and I could tell their main focus was to put their athletes in the best position to be successful not only as a football player but as a student.”

“Also they have an amazing facility. It’s also close to home, which gives my family and friends the opportunity to watch me play.”

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LB Thomas WaightCFC: Personalized Courstship

“A London, Ontario linebacker was impressed by everything one school could offer him. Consequently, Thomas Waight committed to the Guelph Gryphons for the 2014 season.”

“I chose Guelph because I love the city of Guelph and the recruiting process was very personal,” explained Waight. “They have very knowledgeable coaches and just an overall great atmosphere.”

Linebacker recruit Thomas Waight

Linebacker recruit Thomas Waight of London Oakridge

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