More links on Guelph recruits – part 5

This is the fifth in a series of posts sharing quotes and links on members of the 2014 recruiting class. The previous installments can be found here, here, here and here.

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WR Eldridge [Adrial] Sellers V [6’2″ 180, Terry Fox HS (Port Coquitlam)] – From All Canada Gridiron: The changing CIS recruitment landscape

WR recruit Eldridge Sellers V

WR recruit Eldridge Sellers V

“High school players are criss-crossing the country to attend universities more than ever. Recent BC Rising Star 2013 [Eldridge] Adrial Sellers from Terry Fox … [is part of] a small sample of the full fledged movement.”

“Adrial will be attending Univ of Guelph in 2014, … Adrial demonstrated in the ABC Border Bowl last May that he was and would be one of the country’s top receiver prospects.”

From CanadaFootballChat: Establishing the bond

“I chose Guelph because their coaches talked to me personally and established a recruiting relationship early in the season,” explained Sellers. “As well, they’re a young team that I’m excited to be joining.”

“The offensive standout comes to the Gryphons after finishing his high school career with the Terry Fox Ravens … Additionally he has represented his home province as a member of Team BC. Sellers was ranked twice on CFC’s Top 100.”

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OL Andrew Pickett [6’4″ 285, Resurrection (Kitchener)]  AllCanadaGridiron: Recruiting News

OL recruit Andrew Pickett signs his LOI

OL recruit Andrew Pickett signs his LOI

“Univ of Guelph has landed in our opinion the number 1 offensive line prospect, Andrew Pickett from Kitchener Resurrection.”

And while Guelph fans won’t appreciate the speculation …

“One thing is certain a number of NCAA schools will be looking at a player as dominant as Andrew, so he may still have a few options out there.”

CFC: Lucky number seven

“After weeks and months of careful deliberations, CFC Top 100 offensive lineman Andrew Pickett finally came to his decision where he would begin his university career.”

“Pickett is the seventh CFC Top 100 player to sign with the Gryphons”

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QB James Roberts [6′ 205, Jacob Hespeler (Cambridge)]  CTV news Kitchener: Jacob Hespeler QB commits to Guelph [contains video]

“A star quarterback at Jacob Hespeler in Cambridge has made a decision about  where to play his university football next season. James Roberts is staying close to home by committing to the Guelph  Gryphons.”

“Roberts says four schools were in the running, but Guelph was  the best fit and he cannot wait to pull on a Gryphons’ jersey in 2014. Roberts says he hopes to compete for a backup job in Guelph, where Jazz  Lindsey will still be the number one Quarterback.”

QB James Roberts at Gryphon Elite High School Camp

QB James Roberts at Gryphon Elite High School Camp

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WR Malik Richards [6′ 180 D’Youville (Brampton)]

WR recruit Malik Richards (left) with Jadon Johnson in Texas 2013

WR recruit Malik Richards (left) with Jadon Johnson in Texas – Feb 2013

Richards was the first player to commit to the Gryphons in the 2014 recruiting cycle. This story is from shortly after he committed last spring. CanadaFootballChat: Richards enters the lair

“I have verbally committed to the University of Guelph.”

“I wanted to get a good grasp of the school environment, view their academic offerings, meet the team and build relationships with the coaches and staff,” said Malik.

Malik points to former Panthers head coach Ian Smith and long-time friend Jadon Johnson for helping him to become the player he is today. “It means a lot to be ranked as a Top 100 recruit by CFC because I can finally see my hard work and talent paying off.”

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