Ottawa’s Coach Jean Guillaume to make debut as Immaculata High School Football head coach

The game of football, over the recent years has seen a large growth in the city of Ottawa. Talent is at an all-time high and only continues to reach new levels. We now can turn on the television and watch football at any level, the NFL, CFL, NCAA and Sports and identify at least oneContinue reading “Ottawa’s Coach Jean Guillaume to make debut as Immaculata High School Football head coach”

Montreal’s Jaden Victor “making the most of every opportunity” as he continues to receive division one offers

In the past it wasn’t very common to see skill position Canadians making plays south of the border. We got use to seeing just offensive linemen and defensive linemen making it across the border to play in the NCAA and NFL and didn’t think much of the skill position guys until recently. There has beenContinue reading “Montreal’s Jaden Victor “making the most of every opportunity” as he continues to receive division one offers”

Bryan Beasley and his staff at the Cajun All-Star Bowl are beyond excited to give “the golden ticket” to NFL and CFL draft prospects next February

Typically when you think of senior all-star games at the University level the Reese’s Senior Bowl, the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl and maybe the East-West Shrine Game but after the first of many this up coming February, the Cajun All-Star Bowl will soon be in those conversations. The Cajun All-Star Bowl, which was founded by BryanContinue reading “Bryan Beasley and his staff at the Cajun All-Star Bowl are beyond excited to give “the golden ticket” to NFL and CFL draft prospects next February”

“I am super excited to compete at the division one level.” Ottawa defensive tackle Ebenezer Dibula ready to take on the next level at Bethune Cookman

The city of Ottawa as of recently has been known to have some premier defensive linemen. Three of the four players to make it to the NFL from Ottawa have been defensive tackles. Neville Gallimore and Eli Ankou are both in the league putting on for the nation’s capital as we speak but sooner thanContinue reading ““I am super excited to compete at the division one level.” Ottawa defensive tackle Ebenezer Dibula ready to take on the next level at Bethune Cookman”

“I’m excited to show what I can do.” Ottawa’s Shakespeare Louis looks to do big things in freshman season at Robert Morris University

At 6-foot, 200 pounds Ottawa safety Shakespeare Louis is ready to make an impact at the NCAA division one level with Robert Morris University. He is described as “the most complete defensive player out there” by Coach Jean Guillaume who has mentored him on and off of the football field in Ottawa. He says, “HeContinue reading ““I’m excited to show what I can do.” Ottawa’s Shakespeare Louis looks to do big things in freshman season at Robert Morris University”

“They can expect a dawg” in Ottawa’s Brice Ebaneth at Kiski School in Pennsylvania

Over the recent years there has been a large growth and expansion in the talent on the football fields in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The nation’s capital has produced dozens of college football players, and even some professionals as of recent. Neville Gallimore and Eli Ankou each represent the city on the big stage in theContinue reading ““They can expect a dawg” in Ottawa’s Brice Ebaneth at Kiski School in Pennsylvania”

“I’m going to continue to work my tail off.” Canadian defensive back Kenzy Paul commits to Vanderbilt University

Recently the growth of football in Canada has come public. A number of Canadians have now made it across the border to the NFL and the NCAA to pair with the talent that has stayed in the country with the CFL and CIS which has helped give the younger generation of football players in CanadaContinue reading ““I’m going to continue to work my tail off.” Canadian defensive back Kenzy Paul commits to Vanderbilt University”

“It’s a childhood dream come true” Canadian linebacker Edwin Wilson Tara-Kolenge announces commitment to Boston College

“I grew up watching Luke Kuechly. I model my game after him and now I get to play for the same school he played for.” Canadian linebacker Edwin Wilson Tara-Kolenge said, “I still can’t believe it.” as he announces his commitment to the Boston College Eagles. Tara-Kolenge, a 6-foot-3, 217 pound linebacker made his commitmentContinue reading ““It’s a childhood dream come true” Canadian linebacker Edwin Wilson Tara-Kolenge announces commitment to Boston College”

Carleton Ravens receiver Tristan Ready makes name for himself as “Receiver Teacher”

Tristan Ready signed to play football for the Carleton University Ravens in early 2020. The Ravens were getting a hometown, 6-foot-1, 195 pound receiver who has proven himself on the field at all levels including at football north, becoming the 4th ranked receiver in all of Canada and running a 4.50 40 yard dash, showcasingContinue reading “Carleton Ravens receiver Tristan Ready makes name for himself as “Receiver Teacher””

Running back LaDarius Galloway continues to tear it up in The Spring League, could he sign in the CFL?

LaDarius Galloway spent the 2019 CFL pre-season with the Calgary Stampeders. He was battling with other running backs Terry Williams, KaDeem Carey and Don Jackson who all ended up making the Stampeders final roster and as a committee rushed for 943 yards and 5 touchdowns on 186 carries and caught a total 46 passes forContinue reading “Running back LaDarius Galloway continues to tear it up in The Spring League, could he sign in the CFL?”