Liam Dick has been blowing up recently through a season of trials and tribulations which has built him in the Number 2 ranked prospect in the Country by Canada Football Chat. Liam has power 5 size and athleticism which has allowed him to already receive 3 D1 football offers from Kent State, Howard and North Carolina Central. Liam will be the biggest high school football recruit to come from Canada in the last little while. The future is bright for this young man, Football North is proud of his efforts but they know and he knows it has only just begun.
With NFL size and speed it was only a matter of time before NCAA scholarships came Nicks way. He ended up choosing The University of Hawaii over a few other great options. Nick can take over a football game at any moment; his presence was felt all year! Nick had multiple 2 touchdown games, mostly drawing double coverage all year long. We look forward to watch Nick grow as a player and can’t wait to see him dominate on the Island.
After two years of extremely hard work, Kyle Hergel’s efforts finally paid off awarding him with a D1 Football Scholarship to the University of North Dakota. Kyle has built himself into an impressive young man; The Fighting Hawks should be very pleased with the Etobicoke, Ontario product that they are getting. Kyle is a prime example of what we want to accomplish at Football North, he will do amazing and we wish him nothing but the best!
Tyrell Richards Linebacker Football North, Tyrell was the very first Football North player to receive a Division 1 NCAA offer from the University Of Syracuse. Tyrell was a model player working hard day in and day out the sky is the limit for what he can do. Tyrell is having an exceptional Spring camp and Is looking to get after it in the fall for the ORANGE!
Clarke Barns Wide Receiver, Clarke burst onto the scene at Football North in its Second year. Clarke notched his first offer from the University of Liberty and looks to continue gaining more offers as he enters his senior campaign.
Tyrell Lawrence Defensive Line, Tyrell is the youngest of the Football North players to ever receive a scholarship offer. Tyrell is currently in grade 10 and has an offer form the University of Howard. Look of for him to become one of the premier players in Canada in a few years.
Sambu was a dominate force all year long. The Calgary, Alberta product came into camp late and didn’t miss a beat. Teams slide the protection his way all year long and it didn’t seem to matter as the tackles for loss and sacks kept on racking up! Sambu earned himself a few scholarships choosing The University of Maine over Missouri and some other interest! We look forward to seeing Justin dominate opposing offensive lines for the next few years in the NCAA.
Student-athletes at Clarkson Football North wearing blue in honor of National Autism Awareness Day. These young men have done a great job displaying activism in their community as well as embodying the spirit of social responsibility. Football North Athletes; leaders in the community! Read More about National Autism Awareness Month by clicking the "Full Story" below.