Trio of Golden Bears named to East-West Bowl roster

    Reggie Schoeppe, Aaron Chabaylo and Justice Momoka to play in East-West Bowl in Ottawa

    By U SPORTS on May 2, 2019

    TORONTO (U SPORTS) – With the 2019 Canadian Football League (CFL) draft completed Thursday night, the page turns next week to the next generation of top Canadian football prospects.

    Lieutenant Governor Athletic Award finalist and reigning Hec Crighton Trophy winner Adam Sinagra of the Calgary Dinos is one of 88 players announced on Friday that will suit up for the 2019 U SPORTS East-West Bowl, which serves as the first step to identifying future CFL talent.

    For the next year, players from both squads will vie for coveted spots on the CFL Scouting Bureau Top 20 Prospects List – published in August, December and April – before showcasing their skills at regional and national combines in advance of the draft next spring.

    This year’s game, slated for Saturday, May 11 at Carleton’s MNP Park, marks the first time the annual event will be held in the nation’s capital. The 17th annual top prospects game showcases the next generation of CFL stars heading into their draft years, and includes four days of practices, a combine for participating players, and a CFL free-agent camp. The week-long festivities kick off on Monday, May 6. 

    The West team is mostly made up of U SPORTS football players from Canada West and Ontario University Athletics (OUA) schools, except Carleton, Ottawa and Queen’s, which play for the East squad. The rest of the East team features players from AUS and Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ) schools.

    Last year, the West narrowly edged the East 15-14 for their third straight win, extending their lead in the all-time series to 10-6. The game featured all 15 U SPORTS prospects to appear on at least one Scouting Bureau list this season, headlined by recently named U SPORTS Male Athlete of the Year and No.1-ranked Mathieu Betts from Laval, who was signed by the Chicago Bears as an undrafted free agent.

    2019 U SPORTS EAST-WEST BOWL ROSTERS

    Note: Some players will play for both teams to fill out all positions

    EAST TEAM

    First Name

    Last Name

    School

    Position

    Rory

    Kelly

    Acadia

    DB

    Jadin

    White-Frayne

    Acadia

    DB

    Émile

    Chênevert

    Laval

    DB

    Marc-Antoine

    Dequoy

    Montreal

    DB

    Alex

    Douglas

    Ottawa

    DB

    Justin

    Julien

    Saint Mary’s

    DB

    Jordan

    Angove

    Saint Mary’s

    DB

    Jamal

    Johnson

    Toronto

    DB

    Vince

    Viau

    Carleton

    DL

    Samuel

    Rossi

    Montreal

    DL

    Marshall

    Esokpunwu

    Mount Allison

    DL

    Tramayne

    Stephen

    Ottawa

    DL

    Reshaan

    Davis

    Ottawa

    DL

    Cameron

    Lawson

    Queen’s

    DL

    Mickael

    Badra

    Sherbrooke

    DL

    Pierre-Antoine

    D'Astous

    Sherbrooke

    K

    Kieran

    Burnham

    StFX

    K

    Bailey

    Feltmate

    Acadia

    LB

    Joshua

    Walsh

    Carleton

    LB

    Samuel

    Brodrique

    Concordia

    LB

    Adam

    Auclair

    Laval

    LB

    Daniel

    Basambombo

    Laval

    LB

    Brian

    Harelimana

    Montreal

    LB

    Dylan

    Cormier

    Mount Allison

    LB

    Jesse

    Lawson

    Carleton

    OL

    Samuel

    Lefebvre

    Laval

    OL

    Kétel

    Assé

    Laval

    OL

    Myles

    Rose-Standish

    Manitoba

    OL

    Nicholas

    Oppong

    Mount Allison

    OL

    Joshua

    Mosley

    Queen’s

    OL

    Jonathan

    Zamora

    StFX

    OL

    Hunter

    Guenard

    Acadia

    QB

    Clay

    Sequeira

    Toronto

    QB

    Dale

    Wright

    Acadia

    RB

    Nathan

    Carter

    Carleton

    RB

    William

    Tremblay-Harnois

    Sherbrooke

    RB

    Liam

    O'Brien

    Saint Mary’s

    RB

    Cordell

    Hastings

    Acadia

    WR

    Nathan

    Walker

    Bishop’s

    WR

    Marc-Antoine

    Pivin

    Laval

    WR

    Ente

    Eguavoen

    Laurier

    WR

    Jonathan

    Breton-Robert

    Laval

    WR

    Alex

    Daley

    York

    WR

    Trey

    Kellogg

    UBC

    WR


    Head Coach: Glen Constantin, Laval

    Offense Coordinator: Tom Flaxman, Queen’s

    Defensive Coordinator: Paul-Eddy St. Vilien, Carleton

    Special Teams: Ben D’Andrea, Queen’s

    WEST TEAM

    First Name

    Last Name

    School

    Position

    Reggie

    Schoeppe

    Alberta

    DB

    Treshaun

    Abrahams-Webster

    Calgary

    DB

    Dotun

    Aketepe

    Guelph

    DB

    William

    Amoah

    Laurier

    DB

    Noah

    Hallet

    McMaster

    DB

    Nolan

    Putt

    McMaster

    DB

    Dion

    Pellerin

    Waterloo

    DB

    Bleska

    Kambamba

    Western

    DB

    Carter

    Wilson

    Guelph

    DL

    Sam

    Acheampong

    Laurier

    DL

    Brock

    Gowanlock

    Manitoba

    DL

    Zach

    Houghron

    Laurier

    DL

    Nicholas

    Dheilly

    Saskatchewan

    DL

    Rossini

    Sandjong

    York

    DL

    Niko

    DiFonte

    Calgary

    K

    Marc

    Liegghio

    Western

    K

    Aaron

    Chabaylo

    Alberta

    LB

    Justice

    Momoka

    Alberta

    LB

    Jersey

    Henry

    Concordia

    LB

    Michael

    Reid

    Waterloo

    LB

    Kurtis

    Gray

    Waterloo

    LB

    Damien

    Jamieson

    York

    LB

    Carter

    O'Donnell

    Alberta

    OL

    Coulter

    Woodmansey

    Guelph

    OL

    Andrew

    Becker

    Regina

    OL

    Theren

    Churchill

    Regina

    OL

    Mattland

    Riley

    Saskatchewan

    OL

    Nicholas

    Summach

    Saskatchewan

    OL

    Ryley

    Butler

    UBC

    OL

    Saeed

    Hosain

    UBC

    OL

    Dylan

    Giffen

    Western

    OL

    Adam

    Sinagra

    Calgary

    QB

    Des

    Catellier

    Manitoba

    QB

    Jake

    Puskas

    Queen’s

    RB

    Colton

    Klassen

    Saskatchewan

    RB

    Kayden

    Johnson

    York

    RB

    Kian

    Schaffer-Baker

    Guelph

    WR

    Brendan

    McCracken

    Laurier

    WR

    Brentyn

    Hall

    Laurier

    WR

    Macho

    Bockru

    Manitoba

    WR

    Samuel

    Baker

    Saskatchewan

    WR

    Trey

    Kellogg

    UBC

    WR

    Tyler

    Ternowski

    Waterloo

    WR

    Brett

    Ellerman

    Western

    WR

    Mitch

    Raper

    Carleton

    FB

    Head Coach: Greg Marshall, Western

    Offense Coordinator: Mark Surya, Guelph

    Defensive Coordinator: Dwayne Cameron, Laurier

    Special Teams: Brendan Conway, Waterloo