The SFU Clan showed their committment to win from within on Signing Day inking 16 players from British Columbia officially on Wednesday.
The star-studded list of BC players headed to play with Canada's only NCAA institution is highlighted by 2015 BC High School Football Triple A Player of the Year Gavin Cobb (Mt. Douglas Rams), who was most recently a member of the U18 Team BC that captured the championship at the High Roller Football Showdown in Las Vegas.
Other U18 Team BC members joining the Clan include Nathanael Durkan (John Barsby Bulldogs), Brayden Gatland (Cloverdale Community Football), Sage King (Salmon Arm), Justice Kremler (Mt. Douglas Rams), and Adam Turrin (Notre Dame Jugglers).
The rest of the BC players recruited by the Clan are:
Luca Bellini (St. Thomas More Knights)
Anthony Crescenzo (Notre Dame Jugglers)
Osaac Evans (Terry Fox Ravens)
Quintin Fisk (Kelowna Owls)
Tom Franklin (South Delta Sun Devils)
Rysen John (Vancouver College Fighting Irish)
Jeff Lugtu (New Westminster Hyacks)
Oliver Mackenzie (Mt. Douglas Rams)
Diego Pineda (GW Graham Grizzlies)
Devin Pott (Mission Roadrunners)
A number of other BC players also committed to going down south to continue their respective football careers, highlighted by Chase Claypool who made it official he will be joining the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Claypool was named the Double A Player of the Year in BC High School Football and is a finalist for Sport BC's Male High School Athlete of the Year Award.
Baker Douglas (GW Graham Grizzlies) has signed with Midfield University.
Former Holy Cross Crusader Jonathan Kongbo, who most recently attended Arizona Western Community College, has committed to the University of Tennessee.