Trey Dube is a University of Calgary Dino. The 18-year-old, who will graduate from Henry Wise Wood in the spring, is another member of the Warriors program to sign a USports Letter of Intent to play for the Dinos in 2017.
The 6’, 185 lbs. Dube’s uncle is former University of Saskatchewan football alumnus, David Dube, who is a strong supporter of the Huskies football program in many facets. His father, Michael Dube, also attended the University of Saskatchewan.
“I like what the Calgary football program has done the past few years. It also is a chance for me to play at home with my friends and in front of family,” stated Dube who can play either cornerback or free safety and was a two-year starter in final two years of High School football.
Trey was a member of the Alberta U18 in 2015 that competed in the Canada Cup starting at free safety. He played his midget and minor football in the Falcons organization with fellow recruits Daniel Tietz and Matson Tulloch. Dube was also named to the all-star team in the Calgary Midget League in 2016.
“Trey Dube is another excellent defensive back from Henry Wise Wood. He is a versatile player who can returns punts and kickoffs. He is a strong individual tackler with good range,” states Head Coach Wayne Harris.
Dube, who was recruited the Universities of Saskatchewan and Toronto, is also excited about playing for secondary coach Marcello Rapini.
“I have heard great things about him (Rapini),” stated Dube who played his High School football for former University of Calgary defensive back Cody Ehrmann.
Trey is the son of Michael and Sharla Dube and plans to enter the Haskayne School of Business.