2017 ECS Maritimes: MVPs


Taylor Burns OL — Taylor has all the physical and mental tools that you want in an elite level prospect. His decision to reclassify to 2019 will allow him the time he needs to develop into a national recruit in the US. Don’t be surprised if you see this recruit end up as a 4 or 5 star recruit on one of the popular US recruiting sites.



Dylan Tabone QB – Dylan dominated the testing portion of the combine coming in at the top or near the top in every testing category. He’s a phenomenal athlete playing QB but his QB skills certainly are not lacking. He stands tall with good mechanics and good arm strength comes across as a natural leader and floor general. 



Riley Gabriel WR — Riley came away with MVP award outshining a solid group of WR prospects. He made it look easy with his ability to create separation and catch the ball away from his body. 




Ryan Hudson DL–  Really impressed during the 1 on 1 portion of the combine and was the most consistent out of all the defensive lineman. An undersized DL that uses a quick first step and quick hands to beat opposing offensive lineman.



Thomas Bentley DB —  Underclassman that stood out amongst a small group of DBs with his consistency. Has the tools to be a next level DB just has continue to work on the field and in the weight room to make it a reality.



Terrell Cromwell RB – Another underclassman that took home MVP honours with his performance at ECS.  It was a three way race for MVP with Terrell, Kamryn Matheson and Justin Pineau. Showed well in the 1 on 1 drills and catching out of the backfield. A solid off season working on his speed, strength and agility can have this prospect high on coaches recruiting boards.


Jordan Waller LB — 2019 LB prospect with a frame that he can grow into over the upcoming season. Stood out amongst the other LB with his ability to stay under control to make the tackle and stay with RBs coming out of the backfield.



Shomari Williams

Shomari founded Top Prospects to help other Canadian athletes be recruited by, and earn scholarships at universities and colleges in Canada and the US. His unique experiences earning a full-ride scholarship to an NCAA FBS school and also playing for a championship CIS team, and then enjoying a CFL career will be an important source of support and assistance to coaches recruiting into their college and university programs, and to student-athletes and their parents as they make critical decisions about their academic and athletic futures.

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