Treshaun Abrahams-Webster wanted the opportunity to see another part of Canada. The talented defensive secondary player will get that opportunity with the University of Calgary Dinos football team during the 2016 season.
“Calgary gave me the chance to see another part of the country and play for a coaching staff that I liked and felt comfortable with,” stated the 5’11”, 185 lbs. Pickering, Ontario native. He spent this past year playing against American competition at Canada Prep located in St. Catherines, Ontario. While in High School in Pickering, Treshaun was a Greater Toronto Area Top 100 player and was an all-star in the secondary. In addition to his football exploits Abrams-Webster also competed in track.
Abrahams-Webster was a starting member of Team Ontario that participated in the International Bowl in Dallas, January 2014. In addition he was a member of Team Ontario that was National Champions at the Canada Cup held in Saskatoon in July 2014.
“I am thankful to have the opportunity to show my talents to the excellent coaches in Calgary and look forward to working with Coach (Marcello) Rapini,” stated Abrams-Webster who is an excellent athlete who has played all positions in the secondary but will play corner with the Dinos.
“Treshaun is one of the best defensive backs in the country in this year’s class,” states University of Calgary Head Coach Wayne Harris, “and is very aggressive and good against the run.” He is rated in the CFC Top 100 for 2015.
The 19-year old Abrams-Webster was recruited heavily by numerous schools including UBC, Saint Mary’s, and various Ontario schools ultimately choosing Calgary where he will study Kinesiology concentrating on Human Kinetics.
Treshaun is the son of Abena and Terrance Abrams-Webster.