2017 Elite Combine Series Alberta MVPs

The Alberta camp moved to Edmonton for the first time and the quality continued to shine. Every year in Alberta there are diamonds in the rough discovered at this camp. In 2016 Segun Adeseye ran the top electric timed 40 yard dash in the Series at this camp and in 2015 current Oklahoma State linebacker Amen Ogbongbemiga put on a show. Two Class of 2019 kids won their position group and will look to defend their titles at the Elite Combine Series event next year.

DL Isaiah Tallow

Isaiah Tallow

The Class of 2018, Crescent Heights defensive lineman is a one man wrecking crew. He handled business all camp and finished the best on best session with a resounding win.


OL James Dutnall

James Dutnall

Here’s a thick offensive lineman who is built to be a run blocking guard from George MacDougall HS in Airdrie, Alberta. James is a big kid that brings a strong anchor with him. They don’t call him Big Rig for nothing.


LB Owen Kramer

Owen Kramer

A hard working linebacker with a never give up attitude. Some of that comes from playing for a brand new high school football program in Alberta but we look forward to seeing Owen continue this upward rise! Croxford HS in Airdrie, Alberta will look to Kramer as a leader next season.


DB Emmitt Donnan

Emmitt Donnan

A DB with recovery skills and the ability to find the ball in the air. Put himself in great position against the top receivers all day. This Austin O’Brien Class of 2018 player will be one to watch.


WR Tryvell Mathias

Tryvell Mathias

A key Class of 2019 athlete out of Ross Sheppard HS in Edmonton. Tryvell will continue to develop into a solid recruit. Smooth runner with great hands and timing. Defenders in the Edmonton area beware.

RB Justin Quinones

Justin Quinones

A great Class of 2019 speed back with ball skills. Ran an electric timed 4.68 40 at the Combine. Another Austin O’Brien prospect will really make a name for himself moving forward.


QB Leo Thiessen

Leo Thiessen

Bishop Grandin Quarterback Leo Thieseen with good size and throws with a great spin. He’s a solid pocket passer and made throws all camp long. As a Class of 2018 competitor he’ll be looking to make an impact as a senior.



Kent Ridley

Kent Ridley is the founder of Ridley Scouting, which is designed to help high school student athletes and their families as they pursue their athletic careers at the next level. Ridley Scouting was formed in 2003 in Airdrie, Alberta. He also publishes the Canadian College Draft Guide that reviews athletes in advance of the CFL’s entry draft. Kent is NCAA Certified, a Level 1 NCCP Coach, and was on coaching staffs that won 3 Calgary high school championships (two Football and one Basketball). He also extensively worked with the Airdrie Minor Basketball Association as a coach and board member.


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