OTTAWA - The Carleton Ravens football team is proud to announce they have added six local recruits for the 2022 season.
The six local recruits from the Ottawa-Gatineau region mark the first players announced ahead of the team's ninth season since their return to OUA competition in 2013.
The Ravens have added defensive back Alex Boily, linebackers Andrew Christie and Ethan Boxall, offensive lineman Noah Fahey and wide receivers Daniel Sheehan and Nicholas Cerquozzi.
Defensive back Alex Boily joins the Ravens from Franco-Cité High School and the North Gloucester Giants. Boily grew up attending Ravens games and looks forward to the rush from Canada's loudest and proudest fans this fall.
Andrew Christie of the North Gloucester Giants (NCAFA) was named to the All Ontario Community All Star team and was the leagues Top Defensive Player. A physical linebacker, Christie has the ability to make plays all over the field.
Sheehan joins the program from the highly successful John Abbott College Islanders team who were the 2017 and 2019 RSEQ Div 2 winners. A wide receiver, Sheehan had 22 catches for 300 yards in 2021.
Receiver Nicholas Cerquozzi joins the Ravens from the St. Marks Lions where he was voted 1st Team All-Star in the OHSFL. An incoming business student, Cerquozzi is a fast, twitchy slot receiver who will look to prove himself at the university level.
Rounding out the Ravens recruiting class are linebacker Ethan Boxall and offensive lineman Noah Fahey. Boxall and Fahey join the program from the Nepean Broncos and Holy Trinity Tornadoes but have long been members of the Carleton community. Both players are second-generation Ravens following in the footsteps of their fathers who played for the Ravens during their times at Carleton.