The University of Calgary continues to stock pile players from Henry Wise Wood, confirming that speedy Matson Tulloch has signed a USports Letter of Intent to attend the University of Calgary for the 2017 football season.
A product of the Falcons Bantam and Midget programs, Matson played two years of Midget football and was a member of the his school’s senior team for two seasons. He was a starter in his senior year and backed up current Dinos receiver Kelton Bailey in his Grade 11 season for the Warriors.
Matson was a member of the Alberta U18 team that played in the 2016 Canada Cup and was the Midget Falcons Most Valuable Player in 2016.
“I worked with Coach Chapdelaine (Dinos receiver coach) at the Canadian Football Academy and he is great to work with. I also have a lot of friends going to play for the Dinos or are currently on the team, and I wanted to play with them,” stated the 5’9”, 160 lbs. Tulloch.
“Matson is a very intelligent receiver and a good play maker. He runs great routes and is technically very sound for such a young player,” stated Dinos Offensive Coordinator Ryan Sheahan.
An excellent student, Matson will enroll in either Kinesiology or Biological Sciences courses.
“The University of Calgary is a great school,” Tulloch added who was approached by Simon Fraser University and the University of Toronto.
Matson is the son of Colin and Cathy Tulloch.