Sunday, 11 February 2018


Brycen Mayoh liked the family atmosphere that exists with the University of Calgary football program. The Dinos are excited about him joining the family.

“I feel at home here (Calgary),” stated Mayoh in making his decision to sign a U Sports Letter of Intent with the Dinos. “It is a family atmosphere,” the 20-year-old Mayoh stated.

Brycon bring an impressive list of credentials to the Dinos. A talented receiver and return specialist, Mayoh played four seasons at Terry Fox Secondary School in Coquitlam, British Columbia winning a Provincial Championship while in Grade 10. He led the Ravens to a pair of BC High School football semi-final berths playing both ways and was a High School all-star defensive back.

After graduating from Terry Fox, Mayoh attended Canada Prep in St. Catharines, Ontario for one season where he was a teammate of current University of Calgary defensive back Treshaun Abrahams-Webster.

The 6’1”, 185 lbs Mayoh spent the past two seasons playing Junior Football with the Vancouver Island Raiders in the British Columbia Football Conference earning a wealth of awards. He was recruited by several U Sports schools including Alberta, Regina, Saint Mary’s and McMaster.

Mayoh was a BCFC and a Canadian Junior Football League all-star at two positions in 2017, receiver and returner. He also was named BCFC Player of the Week on several occasions. He amassed 44 receptions for 805 yards and dozen touchdowns helping the Raiders capture the Cullen Cup as BCFC champions. Brycen was also a demon on returns. He led the BCFC in both punt and kick returns. He recorded 39 punt returns for 561 yards and one touchdown, and had 20 kick returns for 576 yards.

“Brycen is a very versatile player with a lot of speed and excellent hands. He has the right degree toughness and is a young man with excellent character,” states Offensive Coordinator Ryan Sheahan.

Mayoh grew up in Florida and lived there for nine years but was born in British Columbia. He is the son of Lisa Gregory and will study social work at the University of Calgary.

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