Salim Fraser heard about the history of the University of Calgary football program. The young 17 year old incoming freshman wants to be a part of it.
“I have heard about the history of the program with the good coaching staff and wanted to be here (Calgary),” stated the 6’3”, 235 lbs. defensive lineman from Sir Winston Churchill High School in Calgary.
Salim was a member of the senior team for the Bullldogs earning numerous accolades. He was Grade 11 Defensive and Team MVP and was Defensive MVP the past year as well as earning all-star recognition in his Division.
Salim was a Provincial Champion when he played for the Bantam Cowboys and was a member of the Calgary Selects Bantam team that competed in St. Louis in his final year of bantam football. He was named Defensive MVP in the Alberta Border Bowl that was in Vancouver in his final year of Bantam football.
The son of Frank and June Fraser of Calgary, Salim will enroll in Arts, majoring in Economics and Finance.
“I am extremely excited about playing at the next level,” stated the 17 year old Fraser who was coached by Mike Salter at Churchill.
“Salim is a young player with excellent quickness at his position,” states University of Calgary recruiting coordinator Matt Berry.