Valley Huskers add two more GW Graham Grizzly grads

A pair of ex-Grizz are leaving the U-Sports ranks to join their hometown junior football club.

A pair of high profile GW Graham football alums are coming home to play junior football.

Liam McCormick provides an immediate boost to the offensive line after spending last season with the U-Sports Waterloo Warriors.

“Liam provides our offensive line with both stability and an edge,” said Husker head coach Bob Reist. “He shows great technique and can play anywhere on the line. His leadership qualities stand out immediately and he has that dog mentality where he’ll give you everything on every rep. He’s a huge asset to our program.”

Treyvon Walsh is back after spending the 2016 and 2017 seasons with the Alberta Golden Bears.

He makes an already talented Husker secondary even better.

Treyvon brings a wealth of experience and play making abilities to our squad,” Reist noted. “He’s a big, athletic defensive back with great hands and this kid can flat out ball! He has a natural playmaker’s sense and has the size to play a physical game. He’s going to make a lot of plays for us this year.”

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