Nissan: Nissan rewards immature football leaders with sporting event of a lifetime during a 106th Grey Cup

Posted on 17. Nov, 2018 by in Nissan Canada


The Nelson Lords’ high propagandize football group in Burlington, Ontario applaud their teammate’s preference into a Nissan Kickoff Project, with Courtney Stephen of a Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – The Nissan Kickoff Project announced currently a final preference of 70 high propagandize football players to a Nissan All-Canadian TITAN team, who will transport to Edmonton for a 106th Grey Cup festivities. For many, this outing is a sporting eventuality of a lifetime, as a athletes comparison will have a possibility to play an muster game, a day before their Canadian Football League (CFL) idols contest for a Grey Cup championship title.

The players comparison paint Canada’s destiny football leaders and were comparison by a luminary judging row that enclosed Randy Ambrosie, commissioner, CFL; Bryan Baeumler, radio host, HGTV; Shannon Chinn, executive house member, Football Canada; Luc Mullinder, colour commentator, Saskatchewan Roughriders; and Geroy Simon, CFL gymnasium of famer and director, Canadian football scouting, BC Lions. Nominated by their peers, coaches, relatives and friends, a student-athletes listed next denote model TITAN values, on and off a football field: toughness, innovation, tenacity, aspiration and notability.

“Nissan set out this year to strech each high propagandize football contestant and village opposite Canada, to find a best and a brightest girl football players in a country. We trust that competition nurtures a growth of superb TITAN values, so a Nissan Kickoff Project aims to prerogative and enthuse those characteristics in immature people,” pronounced Steve Rhind, executive of marketing, Nissan Canada Inc. “We wish a 70 players comparison enthuse a destiny era of immature athletes in grassroots football and we are anxious to be hosting them during a 106th Grey Cup.”


Brantt Burnstein from Burlington, Ontario, was one of a initial 10 TITANs comparison into a Nissan Kickoff Project.

As it entered a fifth deteriorate this year, a Nissan Kickoff Project wanted to build on a impact a module had seen given 2013. The idea of 2018 was to concentration on a particular athletes, rewarding and celebrating those who’s on a margin impact was as clever as their participation in their classrooms and communities. By presenting a TITAN athletes alongside a best veteran football players in Canada, Nissan hopes that a players comparison will lapse to their communities as ambassadors for grassroots football in Canada and encouraged to continue championing a TITAN values in their bland lives.

As a central car of a CFL and a Grey Cup for over a decade, a league’s players have supposing encouragement, mentorship and loyalty to hundreds of determined athletes. Since a pregnancy of a module 5 years ago, a Nissan Kickoff Project has benefitted 78 high schools from coast-to-coast, reaching some-more than 4,300 students.

The Nissan Kickoff Project All-Canadian TITAN group 2018:

Player Name

High School

Hometown

Alberta

Dawson Broda

Millwoods Christian School

Edmonton

Josh Campbell

Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School

Red Deer

Nikolas Fourlas

Henry Wise Wood High School

Calgary

Tristin Gross

R.F. Staples Secondary School

Barrhead

Derek Kucharski

Austin O’ Brien Catholic High School

Edmonton

Kaleb McGladdery

Peace Wapiti Academy

Grande Prairie

Bryden O’Flaherty

Bishop O’Byrne High School

Calgary

Cole Priestley

Cold Lake High School

Cold Lake

Ty Thompson

Ross Sheppard High School

Edmonton

Aidan Walker

R.F. Staples Secondary School

Westlock

Brayden Walz

Bishop O’Byrne High School

Calgary

Josh Yee

Forest Lawn High School

Calgary

British Columbia

Nick Butler

Sardis Secondary

Chilliwack

Steen Rasmussen

John Barsby Community School

Nanaimo

Jaden Severy

Terry Fox Secondary School

Coquitlam

Prince Edward Island

Joseph Bertram

Bluefield High School

Cornwall

Tyler Newson

Bluefield High School

Hunter River

Manitoba

Nick Birch

West Kildonan Collegiate

Winnipeg

Connor Browett

Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School

Brandon

Owen Brown

St. John’s-Ravenscourt School

Winnipeg

Kaitlin Cummings

Garden City Collegiate

Winnipeg

Dylan Hess

Kelvin High School

Winnipeg

Sam Hezwkiah

River East Collegiate

Winnipeg

Nathaniel King-Wilson

Daniel McIntyre Collegiate Institute

Winnipeg

Brandon Martens

Virden Collegiate Institute

Virden

Evan Nachtigall

École secondaire Neelin High School

Brandon

Ethan Schnerch

Daniel McIntyre Collegiate Institute

Winnipeg

Colbi Turnbull

Major Pratt School

Binscarth

Asher Wood

St. John’s High School

Winnipeg

New Brunswick

Spencer Dean

Leo Hayes High School

Fredericton

Dominic Hall

Leo Hayes High School

Fredericton

David-Daniel Pendleton

Moncton High School

Moncton

William Russel

Kennebecasis Valley High School

Quispamsis

Nova Scotia

Donovan Kersey

Northeast Kings Education Centre

Centreville

Logan Potter

Northeast Kings Education Centre

Centreville

Daniel Velocci

Dartmouth High School

Dartmouth

Ontario

Danny Bosett

North Park Collegiate

Brantford

Ben Burke

M.M. Robinson High School

Burlington

Andrew Burrows

M.M. Robinson High School

Burlington

Brantt Burnstein

Nelson High School

Burlington

Craig Coleman

Parkside Collegiate Institute

St. Thomas

Cameron Creechan

Ursuline College

Chatham

Sam Cross

Centennial Collegiate Vocational Institute

Guelph

Adam Dekraker

East Elgin Secondary School

Aylmer

Mitchell Demers

Saint Francis Catholic Secondary School

St. Catherines

Nicholas Fairweather

St. Matthew High School

Orléans

Erik Haines

Valley Heights Secondary School

Walsingham

Talon Horst

St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School

Tottenham

Jesse King

Westdale Secondary School

Hamilton

Cameron Male

Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School

Burlington

Jacob Martino

Garth Webb Secondary School

Oakville

Mason McGriskin

West Ferris Secondary School

North Bay

Donovan Moore

St. Ignatius High School

Thunder Bay

Caleb Pype

Valley Heights Secondary School

Port Rowan

Jaykob Ryll

Fort Frances High School

Fort Frances

Dylan Szczur

St. John’s College

Brantford

Jakob Tomas

St. James Catholic High School

Guelph

Lucas Varga

Nelson High School

Burlington

Québec

Souleymane Camara

Collège Charles-Lemoyne

Sainte-Catherine

Samuel Gamelin

Collège Charles-Lemoyne

Sainte-Catherine

Tristan Marois

Collège Charles-Lemoyne

Sainte-Catherine

Saskatchewan

Eric Choquette

Churchill Community High School

La Ronge

Crozier Holmes

Central Collegiate

Moose Jaw

Tyson Krushelniski

Bishop James Mahoney High School

Saskatoon

Carson Matt

Martin Collegiate

Regina

Taggart Rowell

Luther College High School

Regina

Stephen Smith

North Valley High School

Abernethy

Aidan Sommacal

St. Joseph High School

Saskatoon

CJ Vincent

Central Collegiate

Moose Jaw

Matthew Wist

Bethlehem Catholic High School

Saskatoon

To review some-more about a module or a 70 TITANs selected, revisit a Nissan Kickoff Project website during www.nissankickoffproject.ca/en/meet-the-titans/. More information on a module launch can be found here.

 

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