Wildman Awards Dinner – Jan 2018

The 2018 edition of the Wildman Dinner took place Saturday night in Guelph. The Wildman, as it’s known, is Gryphon Football’s annual awards banquet and opportunity to honour it’s graduating players.

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Century-old Creelman Hall

After a half dozen or so years at the Delta Hotel, this year’s edition of the event returned to an old, on-campus venue, Creelman Hall. The quarters were a little tighter for the crowd of 359, but they worked. Plus, there was the historic connection of returning to the site of many previous Wildman Dinners that many enjoyed

As always, the highlight of the evening is the awarding of the Ted Wildman Memorial Trophy. Awarded since 1932, the Wildman Trophy goes to the senior or graduating player who has “exemplified to the highest degree the traits of sportmanship, leadership, gentlemanly conduct and who has maintained good scholarship”.

Former Wildman winners present for the evening included Bill Sproule (1958), David Hume (1961), Bill Morrison (1970), Greg Scheifele (1973), Dan Cornwell (1974), Jeff Cain (2009), Matt Rossetti (2010), Rob Farquharson (2014), Pat McGrath (2015) and Rob Carnegie (2016). Click here for a complete list of the winners.

And the 2017 Ted Wildman Trophy winner is …

From Gryphons.ca

“Orion is an incredible football player but he is honestly an even better person,” said MacNeill. “He has had a lasting impact on this program with his selflessness and work ethic. You can’t ask for a better individual to help lead a group of young, impressionable players and there is no one more deserving of the Wildman Award.

“Orion is the perfect example of what all student athletes should strive for. It’s been an absolute pleasure to coach him.”

Orion Edwards also won the Pflug Family Community Service Award for the second year in a row.

Here is the complete list of the 2018 award winners.  Continue reading

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Gryphons will play preseason game in Quebec City

There was some unexpected news out of Quebec City this morning and it wasn’t about recruiting. At least not primarily about recruiting.

According to the report the Gryphons will travel to Quebec to face the Laval Rouge et Or in a preseason game on Saturday, August 18.

There is no official confirmation yet from the University of Guelph but I don’t have any doubt that the report is true. Back in 2012 Stu Lang began talking openly about his desire to play Laval. I have heard Kevin MacNeill express the same desire since he became head coach in 2016.

I’m ALL IN on this game. I certainly plan on making the trip to Quebec City to watch it.

As for recruiting, there are some interesting stories here to.

Under Stu Lang’s leadership Guelph has been all about improving the experience of student-athletes. Playing out-of-conference opponents in pre-season games is part of that. Since 2010 the Gryphons have played Concordia (twice), Saskatchewan, Montreal, Manitoba, St.FX and Mount Allison in pre-season matches.

This game will add to the Gryphons profile in Quebec where they have been increasing their recruiting efforts in recent years. There could be as many as 8 to 10 Gryphon players playing in that game who previously played in Quebec’s CEGEP system.

In the article Guelph’s JF Joncas is quoted as saying the Gryphons would like to recruit 4 or 5 Quebecers each year. Guelph has 5 Quebec recruits in their 2018 recruiting class and is waiting on the decisions of two more – DB Brendan Murphy and DL/OL Afram Jolak.

The upcoming game would be the first ever between Guelph and Laval.

Gue @ Laval story


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Recruiting update – Jan 22/18

The Gryphons went into the Christmas recruiting blackout with 16 announced recruits. Since then, they added a pair of quarterbacks last week and two more offensive recruits this weekend.

The quarterbacks come from nearby Milton and Cambridge high schools.

And QB Andrew Horscroft from Cambridge St Benedict …

Then, they went a little farther afield to land an elite offensive lineman and a big-name, big-time receiver …

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Does that O’Shea name sound familiar?

You got it. Michael O’Shea Jr. is the son of Gryphon great and CFL Hall of Famer Mike O’Shea, currently head coach of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

But O’Shea Jr. isn’t coming to Guelph based on his name. He is an outstanding receiver. He played for Team Manitoba at the 2017 Football Canada Cup. He was among the leading receivers in Manitoba high school football in almost every statistical category. And, Canada Football Chat website named O’Shea to their High School All Canadian first team.

Take a close look and you’ll notice that another Gryphon receiver recruit [Noah Johns – London South] is also among the 4 All-Canadian WRs.

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O’Shea’s isn’t the only famous name. No sooner had the news of QB Michael Scarfone‘s commitment gone public than the questions started. Was QB Scarfone a relative of two-time All Canadian receiver Jacob Scarfone?

The short answer: No.

Rather, it was his father, Phil Scarfone, who had a notable CIAU playing career with the McMaster Marauders. Long-time Canadian university football fans will remember that Scarfone won the Hec Crighton trophy in 1984.

Michael Scarfone

What impressed me most about the younger Scarfone wasn’t his name or pedigree, it was his highlight tape.

I have to say, his are the most impressive highlights I’ve seen of a QB who I wasn’t previously familiar with. They’re outstanding. Much better than you’d expect from a QB who hasn’t played Team Ontario or summer league football, so far as I know. That says something about his natural ability and how his potential to develop over the next 4-5 years.

I plan to write more about Scarfone, Andrew Horscroft, and the other QB recruits shortly. It will include a look at the QB depth chart and my thoughts on the QB situation heading into 2018.

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If you have read this blog for long, you will know how much I value linemen and line play. I fully believe that football games are won and lost at the line of scrimmage. Thus, I can’t be happier than to see the Gryphons add another top O-Line prospect in Spencer Masterson to this recruiting class.

Spencer Masterson is an offensive tackle who looks like he could probably play on either LT or RT. At 6’6″ and 295 pounds Masterson already has near perfect size for the position. He moves very well and could probably continue to do so at 315 pounds. It’s not hard to imagine him being a starter and an OUA All Star just 2 or 3 years from now.

Spencer Masterson

Masterson’s father has been his head coach and O-Line coach at King City for the past several years. Masterson was named to the York Region All Star team and is a multiple time OVFL All Star. CFC ranks him as the #74 prospect in Canada regardless of position.


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Quick thoughts on 2018 schedule

The 2018 OUA Football schedule was released today …

OUA announces 2018 football schedule

BURLINGTON, Ont. – Ontario University Athletics (OUA) is excited to announce the release of the 2018 football schedule, which will commence on the weekend of August 25th and culminate in the 111th Yates Cup on November 10th.

Full OUA Press Release: 2018 OUA Football Schedule

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Gryphons.ca press release: 2018 Football Schedule Announced

Week 1:  Saturday, August 25 – Guelph @ McMaster – 1pm
Week 2:  Monday, September 3 – York @ Guelph – 1pm 
Week 3:  Saturday, September 8 – Guelph @ Ottawa – 1pm
Week 4:  Saturday, September 15 – Guelph @ Windsor – 1pm
Week 5:  Saturday, September 22 – Queen’s @ Guelph – 1pm  *Homecoming*
Week 6:  Saturday, September 29 – Guelph @ Laurier – 1pm 
Week 7:  BYE
Week 8:  Saturday, October 13 – Toronto @ Guelph – 1pm
Week 9:  Saturday, October 20 – Waterloo @ Guelph – 1pm

My Quick Thoughts

After a couple of years of improved scheduling by the OUA, this is a throwback to what we saw prior. The 2013 and 2015 schedules come to mind. The problem … no regular season game with the Western Ontario Mustangs.

This will be the third time in six years that the Gryphons have not faced the purple ponies in a regular season game. That is a real shame when you consider that these teams have been among the conference’s elite over that period of time.

Guelph’s other non-combatant is Carleton, a competitive and talented team even if they missed the 2017 playoffs. I would happily trade games against Windsor, York and UofT for a chance to see the Gryphons face Western and Carleton.

Guelph starts the season with 3 of 4 games on the road. Not a problem in my opinion. The flip-side is that they finish with 3 of 4 at home. The only home-vs-road issue is that the more entertaining match-ups tend to be the road ones – McMaster, Laurier and hopefully Ottawa. At home, Guelph fans will be lucky if they see two entertaining games, with Queen’s and Waterloo the only possibilities.

One positive that surprises me … the Gryphons will have their Bye Week on Thanksgiving weekend for the fourth year in a row.

As a fan who attends almost every game, when I see the schedule I quickly weigh the value of the road trips. The Mac and Laurier games are no-brainers with both less than a 90 minute drive from my Niagara home. Whether Elisabeth and I make road trips to Ottawa and Windsor on back-to-back weekends (Weeks 3 & 4) is a different question. One that will have to wait until closer to the date to be answered.



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Q & A with Recruiting Coordinator Todd Galloway

Ten months ago there was a surprise announcement – Boom! A new OC for the Gryphons.

The catalyst for that announcement was fact that OC Todd Galloway had accepted a newly-created position as the football program’s first, full-time Recruiting Coordinator. Galloway served six seasons as the Gryphons offensive coordinator before accepting the new position back in February.

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Todd Galloway (centre) after the 2015 Yates Cup     Photo: Lou Toppan

Before Christmas I sent Todd some questions about his new role and the current recruiting class. He graciously responded.

1. It has been ten months now since you took over the role of Recruiting Coordinator on a full-time basis. I know you were always involved in recruiting but what do you think about the job now that you’ve been doing it for almost a full cycle?

It has been a great advantage to have someone full time in this role.  Being able to host recruits and do more visits in season has paid off.  Also, being able to get away for a day or two here and there to watch more games and be present for big recruits has really helped.  I really enjoy the process and getting to know the recruits and their families.  It’s very rewarding helping them find their way to what’s best for them.

2. How much travelling have you done? Do you have enough Air Miles yet for a family vacation?

Haha, there has been some extra travel yes!.  I’ve been, and we have been as a team, to just about every province in the last three months.  I have put a heavy focus on spending time in Quebec and made trips to BC and Alberta, as well as places all over Ontario.

3. Am I correct in thinking this a breakthrough year for the Gryphons with respect to recruiting in Quebec? I predicted months ago that Guelph would sign 6-8 CEGEP recruits. Up to this point 5 have publicly committed to Guelph. Do you expect, or hope, to sign more? If so, can you tell us how many you think that might be? Also, how many are enrolling for the Winter semester?

Yes, this has been a breakthrough year for us in Quebec. It has been a lot of work over the last 3-4 years laying the ground work.  Then the addition of Coach JF has added another layer of comfortability and credibility.  To date there are 5, yes. The hope is to sign at least a couple more.  There are several we are still actively recruiting.  They are drawn to our facilities and how serious we take our approach to winning and building young men.  Five total players will be starting in the winter semester – 4 from CEGEP and Carter Wilson, who’s transferring from UND. [Editor’s note: Univ of North Dakota, an NCAA FCS program]

4. Guelph has been committed to recruiting Quebec’s CEGEPs since the final years of Stu Lang’s tenure. For example, someone told me that QB/TE Phillip Charpentier of Campus Notre Dame de Foy [CNDF] in Quebec City was a player that you personally started recruiting four years ago. How much of this year’s success is due to Stu’s initial commitment and this staff’s continued work in Quebec, and how much can be attributed to the addition of offensive coordinator J-F Joncas to the staff?

It is a mix of both.  We made the conscious effort about 4 years ago to try to break into CEGEP recruiting and came very close on a couple kids every year.  AJ Chase last year kind of broke the mold and gave us a foot in the door, along with Alain Cimankinda.  What JF has brought is a bit of a comfort for those wanting to learn in English but not fully bilingual, and credibility, being one of the more well respected coaches in Quebec.

5. In my opinion Guelph has an organization loaded with strong, committed recruiters from head coach Kevin MacNeill, to the coordinators, through the position coaches and including volunteer scouts and recruiters like Steve O’Brien and John Casasanta. With a group that big can you give us a sense of how much of your job is coordinating, organizing and managing those people and their activities? How much of the recruiting is still based on regional territories and how much is based on other criteria?

We couldn’t do all the work we do without the whole team.  It has taken a lot of organizational work at the start, but really they are all such great, self motivated, dedicated guys that it allows me to now start forward thinking more with recruiting.

We have quarterly recruiting meetings with the whole group and then I help manage them by keeping very open lines of communication about our needs for recruiting. We still have certain guys recruit regions for us, but we are much more strictly a needs based recruiting team now.  We have built some criteria for a formula we want at each position to help guide them and then rank based on our needs.

6. Heading into the Christmas recruiting blackout period (Dec 21 – Jan 3) I’m aware of 16 committed recruits. They appear to be a very talented group and I have already written … This is going to be a very, very good recruiting class. Perhaps the best in years for the Gryphons. Am I setting expectations too high? What can Gryphon fans expect with respect to the balance of the 2018 recruiting class, both in terms of numbers and quality? 

Every year we feel like recruiting has gone well and could be the best year ever.  This year does feel a little extra special.  We have filled some great needs at certain positions and broken into territory where we haven’t really had success before.  I suspect we are about half done.  We still have some areas we need to address at certain positions and are working hard to keep the momentum going as soon as the blackout is over.

7. In recent years Gryphon football has had some of the best, if not the best, facilities in the OUA. The recently opened $10-million Football Pavilion takes that advantage to another level. We were told it was going to be a game changer. Is there any way for you to explain how much of an impact it has made on this recruiting class, whether it be getting top prospects to visit the school or swaying decisions?

This new facility has had an incredible impact.  Enough so that we don’t really talk about it too much because it just speaks for itself.  I like to make sure recruits and families know that it is not just a very fancy locker room with cool toys in it, it is a great place of learning, living and student support.  Since it’s opening, we’ve had players doing homework and meeting with tutors almost every day in it.

For those that are very serious about football, and looking to go pro, we can now give them some of the best facilities in the country to excel and develop their craft.  We’ve also seen interest from Canadian-born players in the NCAA that are showing interest in coming home.  This facility can give players in Canada one of the closest experiences to the NCAA possible while being able to stay closer to home, get a great Canadian education and be much more supported as a young man to grow and develop.

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The 2018 recruiting class at Christmas Break

U Sports football is in the midst of the Christmas recruiting blackout. During this period, which runs from December 21 until January 3, U Sports teams cannot contact prospective student-athletes. Student athletes are however allowed to contact U Sports coaches.


Guelph headed into the blackout period with 15 announced commitments. You can review the list here. At this point in time Windsor leads all OUA teams with approximately 24 committed recruits, followed by Guelph and Western with 15.

One interesting trend … ten of the 15 recruits have come from two sources. Five are from London’s South Collegiate Lions and five are from Quebec CEGEP programs.


I have said previously that this recruiting class looks like it will be an excellent one.

This is going to be a very, very good recruiting class. Perhaps the best in years for the Gryphons.

The strength of the class so far is the linemen – 5 DLs and 3 OLs. There are multiple future starters and a couple of potential game-changers among that D-Line group.

As a group this recruiting class includes 8 recruits who have played for their provincial teams – 5 for Team Ontario, 2 with Team Quebec and 1 on Team Alberta. Four of those players also played for Team Canada in the International Bowl. Five members of the recruiting class have been ranked among the Top 100 high school prospects or Top 60 post-HS prospects [CEGEP, JuCo or prep school post-grads].

Both local recruits – Tavius Robinson and Brandon Ferigo – were D10 award winners in addition to being multi-year D10 All Stars.

Positional Breakdown

The commitments to date by position:

OL – 3 [Roy, Lapointe, Adams]
QB – 1 [Martin]
RB – 1 [Morris]
WR/TE – 3 [Tocher, Johns, Charpentier*]

DL – 5 [Robinson, Proner, Wilson, K-Lamoureux, Woodmansey]
LB – 2 [Thompson, Ferigo]
DB – 0
P/K – 0

Without having any inside information on the topic, I think it is a good bet that this recruiting class will be smaller than last year’s class of 50 or 51. Something in the range of 38-42 would make sense to me since the Gryphons roster seems to hover just over 100 and the typical OUA roster averages 40% turnover from one year to the next.

What would be the composition of that class? Just my opinion but I think this class still needs several more OLs, another QB, 2 or 3 more at RBs and several more WR/TEs on offense. On the defensive side, I would like to see one or two more DLs, several LBs, a half dozen DBs, and at least 2 Punter/Kickers.

* I am projecting Phillip Charpentier [CNDF Quebec City] as a TE rather than a QB based on what I’ve read on Quebec recruiting boards. I think the former Team Quebec QB would be given the opportunity to compete as a quarterback if he wants to but observers of CEGEP football seem to think his switch to TE midway through the 2017 season will be permanent.

Areas of Need

I think heading into this recruiting season there were several areas of particular need. You only had to look at the roster to see where this team was going to lose key, veteran  players. The running back position, the defensive backfield and the linebacking corps each lose multiple, long-term starters or major contributors.

I think running back is particularly critical with Johnny Augustine and Brandon Gordon graduating. I think this class needs to include at least 3 or 4 RB recruits. Hopefully with one or more of them capable of contributing immediately. Richard Morris of London South is the only RB signed to date.

The defensive backfield likely loses three starters, possibly four. On top of that there is always some other attrition . I hope that there are some players already there to step up and fill those starting roles but a half dozen quality recruits at minimum are necessary. A couple of them need to be able to push for dress roster positions to make that DB group competitive. No defensive backs have been signed yet.

The linebacking corps will lose 2 of 3 starters, and that is assuming that Luke Korol returns for a 5th year. We’ve had some solid LB recruits over the past few years – Jafs, Onyeka, Beeksma come to mind. But even if those players fill the openings in the starting lineup you need players to replace them on special teams, and others to populate the scout team. At this point two linebackers have been signed – D10 Defensive Player of the Year Brandon Ferigo and London South’s Tyler Thompson.

I almost didn’t mention what might be the most important recruiting need of all – a Punter/Kicker. I fully expect Gabriel Ferraro to be picked in the 2018 CFL draft. I think he has a good chance of making a CFL roster as a kicker. He is better than several FG kickers already in the league. Our P/K recruit last year quit the team before school started. It would be a huge risk to head into the 2018 season with only one freshman P/K on the roster.

In summary, as good as this class looks at this point, there are still some critical needs to be met IMO. I will be keeping my eye on the RB, DB, LB and P/K positions.

Quick Thoughts

I think the strength of this class to date bodes well for the quality of the final product. Blue chip recruits want to play with other blue chip recruits. And to a large extent blue chip recruits head to programs where they know they have a chance to win championships.

So, in spite of 3-5 and 5-3 seasons, I think Guelph is headed to an elite recruiting class that will help put them back in the Yates Cup year after year. With a few more key pieces in this recruiting class the Gryphons will position themselves among the nation’s elite programs.

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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

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Check out this video from Gryphon Football …

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Gryphon Cheerleading wins at PCAs

Congrats to Gryphon Cheerleading on their recent accomplishments!

That included first and second place finishes in the two categories that they entered in  the 2017 PCA Collegiate National Championships in Brampton.


From Gryphons.ca …

On November 25th, the University of Guelph Co-Ed and All-Girl Cheerleading teams competed at the PCA Collegiate National Championships. With a combined over 70 athletes, each team performed a 2.5 minute routine consisting of stunting, tumbling, pyramid, and dance components. Representing University of Guelph, the Co-ed team are National Champions winning first in their division out of four university teams and All-Girl placed second in their division out of 10 university teams. This competition was the first out of 3 competitions the teams will participate in for the 2017/2018 season. The full routines can be viewed on YouTube
Their next competition is in Guelph at the Sleeman Centre on Sunday January 28, 2018.
You can watch their winning routines via Youtube …
Small Co-ed squad

All-Girl team

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2018 Recruiting update – Dec 14/17

I haven’t written much about Guelph’s 2018 recruiting class to date.

In fact, my post two days ago on a top Quebec DL recruit committing to Guelph is my first story on a recruiting commitment this year. Don’t assume that yesterday’s story means that that “news” was the first or most important recruiting happening of this cycle.

The fact is, by my count, there are already 13 committed recruits in the 2018 recruiting class. You can find all of those names & their essential biographical details on this blog’s 2018 Recruiting page. I believe I also shared all of those announcements on my Twitter account.

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A few quick thoughts …

♦ This is going to be a very, very good recruiting class. Perhaps the best in years for the Gryphons.

♦ More than half of the recruits come from just 3 schools – London South, Champlain Lennoxville and Guelph CVI. There are still several more top prospects at London South and Champlain Lennoxville that could join this recruiting class.

♦ Perhaps the most surprising announcement was the news that Carter Wilson was transferring to Guelph from the NCAA FCS program at the University of North Dakota. I remember seeing Wilson at Guelph’s Elite Big Man Camp back in March 2015. I really hoped he would be a part of the 2016 recruiting class. But, rather than return for a high school victory lap, Wilson accepted a full-ride scholarship to UND when it was offered.

Wilson redshirted his first season with the Fighting Hawks, then played in every game in 2016 recording 12 tackles, 4 TFLs and 1 sack. He continued to play regularly in 2017, even scoring a defensive touchdown on a 52-yard fumble return against Portland State.

As a Canadian returning from the NCAA Wilson is eligible to play immediately

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Other recent news …

You will want to read this Guelph Tribune story – New Guelph Gryphon following in his father’s footsteps – in it’s entirety, but here is the intro …

Dan Tocher was quite a receiver when he played for the University of Guelph football Gryphons.

Recently, what he received was some exciting news — that his son, Jack,  has signed with the Gryphons football team and that Jack will be following in his footsteps.

“It’s a great feeling, just to come home, back to Guelph and sign with the team that my dad played for,” says the younger Tocher.

Dad Dan, a Guelph native and Centennial CVI graduate, is a member of the Gryphon Sports Hall of Fame. He was a star receiver for the Gryphons from 1986-1990 — he was an All-Canadian in 1989  — and he currently sits second overall in Gryphon football career receiving yards.

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Dan Tocher, centre, with his football-playing sons Jack, left, and DJ. Jack recently signed with the Guelph Gryphons.

Tocher isn’t the only legacy recruit in the 2018 recruiting class. GCVI defensive end Tavius Robinson is the son of Guelph alumnus Patrick Robinson. Older football fans will also remember his uncle, a Gryphon great and long-time CFLer, Junior Robinson.

The 6’8″ 220-pound Robinson played both defensive end and offensive tackle in high school. He won back-to-back D10 championships with the GCVI Green Gaels. Robinson was the D10 Lineman of the Year in 2016 and 2017, and 3-time D10 All Star.

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Tavius Robinson with his family at the Football Pavillion

Check out running back recruit Richard Morris‘ recently released 2017 highlights. Tell me if you don’t see some similarities between Morris and Johnny Augustine, besides the #27 they both wear. I see some things that remind me of Brandon Gordon too. At 5’10” and 195 pounds the London South product is little bit bigger than Augustine was coming out of high school.

2017 highlights on HUDL

Richard Morris

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Top Quebec DL commits to Guelph

I’m sure it has never happened before but, believe it or not, daily newspapers in Montreal and Quebec City have stories today on the latest Guelph recruiting news.

JDQ headline

The event that sparked the stories? The commitment of one of Quebec’s most sought after defensive line prospects, Jeremy Kapelanski-Lamoureux of College de Champlain Lennoxville.

The 6’2″ 240-pound Kapelanski-Lamoureux is a versatile player, capable of playing both DE and 3-tech DT. That makes him an excellent fit at Guelph where the defense utilizes multiple fronts, often alternating between 3 and 4 defensive linemen. He could play DE or DT in a 4-man front or DE in a 3-man front.

Kapelanski-Lamoureux is a former Team Quebec player who also represented Canada twice in the 2015 & 2016 International Bowls. He is ranked as the #31 prospect in CFC’s Top 60 list of post-HS players [CEGEP, JuCo & post-grad Prep School players].

In the Journal de Quebec article Kapelanski-Lamoureux is quoted as saying his “ultimate choice was between Guelph and Laval … between the Gryphons and the Rouge et Or. ” That is significant in my opinion. Guelph has been a finalist with Laval for an elite recruit on a couple of previous occasions but this is the first time they have come out on the positive side of the final decision.

The Champlain Lennoxville name may sound familiar to Gryphon fans. That’s because there are already three former C-L Cougar players on our roster – Alain Cimankinda, Zeph Fraser & AJ Chase – and it is the former team of Gryphon offensive coordinator J-F Joncas. The first recruit to commit to Guelph in this recruiting cycle, Uriel Kalenga, is also from Champlain Lennoxville.

The Champlain Lennoxville Cougars are the 2017 Bol D’Or Champions of Quebec’s Division 1 CEGEP league.

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