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Author Topic: How many players from Edmonton are going to play U sports?  (Read 2605 times)
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« on: Thu, 06-Dec-18 @ 11:11:08PM »
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Anybody know around the number of players that have committed or gotten offers so far this year in Edmonton?
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« Reply #1 on: Thu, 06-Dec-18 @ 11:41:38PM »
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None
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UA NM
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« Reply #2 on: Fri, 07-Dec-18 @ 12:16:13AM »
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check U of A twitter, they have signed some players quietly over past few months
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Easy
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« Reply #3 on: Sat, 08-Dec-18 @ 10:22:14AM »
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This info is pretty easy to find on Twitter Smiley maybe someone with time can make a list.
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rpg 1203
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« Reply #4 on: Sat, 08-Dec-18 @ 04:08:05PM »
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not very many so far, very small numbers
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13 kummits
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« Reply #5 on: Sat, 08-Dec-18 @ 06:20:57PM »
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According to C. F. C., U of A ha signed 13 commits so far, 4 from top 100 Canada
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« Reply #6 on: Sun, 09-Dec-18 @ 01:15:08PM »
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It does not make a good case for bellerose that both kids who transferred away got signed to play on university teams. Travis Heggert signing with queens university, and Dylan McCoy signing with Carleton Ravens.
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« Reply #7 on: Sun, 09-Dec-18 @ 03:08:37PM »
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Not sure where you get your “small numbers” from....
Ainlay is going to have several guys playing post secondary even tho only one has announced officially. Obviously Hume and Hetlinger....
SAL you will see Haggart, McNeil, Smith, (Taylor, Shaw, Walters, and Saar all signed at U of A) Wayken, Munn, Walters, and possibly McCullough all go on to play somewhere.
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« Reply #8 on: Sun, 09-Dec-18 @ 06:11:31PM »
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Not sure where you get your “small numbers” from....
Ainlay is going to have several guys playing post secondary even tho only one has announced officially. Obviously Hume and Hetlinger....
SAL you will see Haggart, McNeil, Smith, (Taylor, Shaw, Walters, and Saar all signed at U of A) Wayken, Munn, Walters, and possibly McCullough all go on to play somewhere.


Hettinger is only in grade 11
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Lately
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« Reply #9 on: Sun, 09-Dec-18 @ 08:17:47PM »
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Hetlinger is not playing USports, he threw 7 interceptions in the Prov Final and yes, the conditions were an embarrassment to Football Alberta & ASAA's decision making but Heitlinger also made poor, poor decisions that hurt his team just to keep chucking it up with no footing
He is a product of the talent that has been around him at HA, period
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« Reply #10 on: Sun, 09-Dec-18 @ 11:02:23PM »
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Hetlinger is not playing USports, he threw 7 interceptions in the Prov Final and yes, the conditions were an embarrassment to Football Alberta & ASAA's decision making but Heitlinger also made poor, poor decisions that hurt his team just to keep chucking it up with no footing
He is a product of the talent that has been around him at HA, period
I bet someone in the AUS who reads  signs Hetlinger, but that isn’t really USports. Son’t know how he got such a big rep when he is actually pretty shitty.
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« Reply #11 on: Mon, 10-Dec-18 @ 12:40:55AM »
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AUS St FX looked like a High School team in their playoff, quite literally in size and skill too on TV
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Sadly
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« Reply #12 on: Mon, 10-Dec-18 @ 08:15:28AM »
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Sadly, a lot of Canadian Universities would be a division 6 level play in the states.
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« Reply #13 on: Mon, 10-Dec-18 @ 10:55:32PM »
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Sadly, a lot of Canadian Universities would be a division 6 level play in the states.

They are Div 2. That’s universally recognized as the talent level. No need to belittle it more than it is.
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2 funny
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« Reply #14 on: Mon, 10-Dec-18 @ 11:53:40PM »
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I for one found it quite amusing entertaining and funny how Sadly thought the ncaa had 6 divisions

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« Reply #15 on: Tue, 11-Dec-18 @ 01:38:41AM »
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I for one found it quite amusing entertaining and funny how Sadly thought the ncaa had 6 divisions


He just picked the highest number he could count to.
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« Reply #16 on: Tue, 11-Dec-18 @ 02:55:50AM »
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Simon Fraser from BC gets their asses kicked in a bad Division II NCAA Conference - the GNAC

(Division II is actually the 3rd division after FBS-1 & FCS-1AA)

SFU was 1-9 in 2019 in Div II NCAA, SFU would likely make playoffs in USports because they did before they left

Canadian USports Football is more like Div 3 - NAIA in the US

there is a reason Canadian U's other than SFU never try to play US NCAA Colleges

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Not so
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« Reply #17 on: Tue, 11-Dec-18 @ 09:44:17AM »
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You do realize a lot of Div3 schools play top Div 2 quality football? They are Div 3 by choice to maintain their top academic quality and stay out of the athletic scholarship recruiting game. SFU wouldn’t even win in Division 3. They might do ok in their division but there would be no national title by any means. Most Canadian universities would get slaughtered in American division 3. UofA wouldn’t win a game.
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Quit Morris save face
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« Reply #18 on: Tue, 11-Dec-18 @ 01:01:53PM »
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University of Alberta cant even win in Canada. Shall we revisit Morris stellar record under his reign of dismay.

How is this guy still coaching boggles me. I gues University of Alberta has very low aspirations and culture of losers is acceptable

Morris should at least step aside. Become the Offensive Line Coach and nominate a New Head Coach. Morris you are NOT a Head Coach. Hell you can’t even coach u18!?
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« Reply #19 on: Tue, 11-Dec-18 @ 05:45:50PM »
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This needs to be a factor when players attend University in order to play football. Is this lower end level of football really worth your time?
USports pretends the US does not even exist for good reason. They want that rare player who could get a us $40,000 Scholarship and they can get away with giving him $2000.00, so they are no going to help anyone get to the US. Up to the High School coaches.

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You do realize a lot of Div3 schools play top Div 2 quality football? They are Div 3 by choice to maintain their top academic quality and stay out of the athletic scholarship recruiting game. SFU wouldn’t even win in Division 3. They might do ok in their division but there would be no national title by any means. Most Canadian universities would get slaughtered in American division 3. UofA wouldn’t win a game.
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