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It's National Signing Day in the NCAA, as the top high school seniors in North America can sign their letters of intent for NCAA college football programs.

Follow TSN.ca's NCAA National Signing Day Tracker all day with breaking news on signings, along with updates from TSN CFL Draft guru Duane Forde and TSN Reporter Farhan Lalji on Canadians making college commitments.

Also, TSN Social Media guru Kate McKenna is getting in touch with Canada's top prospects and sending out photos and tweets as they put pen to paper. Kate is also conducting interviews with some of the prospects with their reaction to the big day.


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Canadian Prospects To Watch

Player info courtesy of Lee Barette and Ameeta Vohra from canadafootballchat.com

James Bodanis

POSITION: Defensive Tackle
HOMETOWN: Toronto, Ontario
SCHOOL: University of Toronto (Junior College)
STATUS: Committed Michigan State (01/27/2013)
James Bodanis on Twitter: @JBodey90

In 2012, Bodanis dressed and started all eight games for U of T, making 18 solo tackles and leading the team with four sacks. He recorded a career-high seven tackles vs. York on Oct. 13. In 2011 he dressed and started as a defensive lineman for six games making eight solo tackles and one sack. He recorded a season-high 3.5 tackles at York on Sept. 10 that season.


Riley Feenan

POSITION: Offensive Tackle
HOMETOWN: Delta, British Columbia
SCHOOL: Notre Dame Regional Secondary
STATUS: Committed Robert Morris Colonials (01/29/2013)
Riley Feenan on Twitter: @RFeenan77

After many days of consideration, Riley Feenan has finally made his decision on where he will begin the next chapter of his gridiron career. The 6'7, 285 pound offensive tackle will move south of the border. Riley committed with NCAA FCS Division 1-AA team, Robert Morris Colonials in Moon Township, Pennsylvania for a number of reasons.


Peter Godber

POSITION: Offensive Guard
HOMETOWN: Aurora, Ontario
SCHOOL: St. Andrew's College
STATUS: Committed Rice (08/05/2012)

Peter Godber will make the move to Houston, Texas in 2013 to continue his gridiron dreams. After many deliberations, the 6'4, 290 pound offensive lineman from Toronto, Ontario has decided to make Rice University his home in 2013. The Owls play in the NCAA Division 1 Conference.


Ryan Hunter

POSITION: Offensive Guard
HOMETOWN: North Bay, Ontario,
SCHOOL: Canisius High School
STATUS: Committed Bowling Green (06/30/2012)
Ryan Hunter on Twitter: @RyanKHunter

Ryan Hunter will begin the next stage of his gridiron career in Ohio. The 6'5, 320 pound offensive lineman from North Bay, Ontario recently committed to NCAA Division 1 team, the Bowling Green Falcons. After deliberating over offers from the Falcons and the University of Buffalo, Ryan chose the Falcons. Among the teams the Ontario born offensive lineman has played for include Ecole Secondaire Catholique Algonquin, Canisius Crusaders (Buffalo, New York) and Nipissing Wild of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC).


David Knevel

POSITION: Offensive Tackle
HOMETOWN: Brantford, Ontario
SCHOOL: Pauline Johnson Collegiate
STATUS: Committed Nebraska (12/18/2012)
David Knevel on Twitter: @DavidKnevel72

David Knevel, a 6'8, 305-pound offensive tackle, will be heading to Nebraska to play college football. Knevel played his high school football at Pauline Johnson (Brantford) and community football for the Brantford Bisons (OVFL). He also represented his province at the 2011 Football Canada Cup and was a member of the Canadian National Junior team that won a gold medal at the 2012 World Junior Championship. Purdue was also believed to have been in the running, along with Alabama and West Virginia. He also received offers from Missouri, Wisconsin, Toledo, Vanderbilt, Baylor, Washington State and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.


Josiah St. John

POSITION: Offensive Tackle
HOMETOWN: Pickering, Ontario
SCHOOL: Trinity Valley Community College (Junior College)
STATUS: Committed Oklahoma (12/19/2012)
Josiah St. John on Twitter: @BigStJoe

After mulling over 20 offers from NCAA Division 1 schools, offensive lineman Josiah St. John from Pickering, Ontario has committed to the Oklahoma Sooners. Among the schools St. John received offers from include Arizona State, Arkansas State, Baylor, Fresno State, Nevada, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, Oregon State, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, Washington State, West Virginia, Western Kentucky and Western Michigan. In 2011 season, Josiah left Canada to attend Fresno City College, a junior college in California. That year, he helped the school's team, the Fresno City Rams, to state conference championship. After two years at Fresno, Josiah moved to Athens, Texas where he suited up for the Trinity Valley Cardinals of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).


Justin Vaughn

POSITION: Defensive Lineman
HOMETOWN: Hamilton, Ontario
SCHOOL: Niagara Academy
STATUS: Committed Fordham University (12/18/2012)
Justin Vaughn on Twitter: @Vaughnie_


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