The University of Calgary added another receiver from the Henry Wise Wood Warriors with the signing of Prince Kavia to a USports Letter of Intent.
The 17 year old Kavia spent three years with the Warriors, two with the senior team and one with the junior varsity team. He was a starter for two seasons on the senior team that was coached by Cody Ehrmann.
Prince was a member of the Alberta U18 team that played in the Canada Cup in
Winnipeg during the summer of 2016 along with
teammate Matson Tulloch.
In speaking with Offensive Coordinator Ryan Sheahan about Prince, he stated “He is an explosive playmaker, that has the ability to change the game with big plays, especially in the return game.”
Kavia is a product of the Stampeders organization in the Calgary Minor Football Association playing both bantam and midget football for them.
Calgary is the best fit for me. My friends
are going to the University of Calgary and felt I would be comfortable playing
there,” stated the 5’9”, 160 lbs. Kavia who has excellent speed and quickness
who also approached the and Simon
Prince is the son of Derick and Gladys Kavia and hopes to enter the Haskayne School of Business this coming fall.