Photo courtesy of Joanna Kurowski
Brandon Reaume of the Windsor AKO Fratmen finally won the starting quarterback spot at the beginning of the season after backing up Austin Lumly and he’s made the most of this opportunity.
He led his team to a 7-1 record in the regular season and home field advantage throughout the CJFL Canadian Bowl Championship Series. He was 92 of 136 for 1,827 yards and threw a CJFL high 20 touchdown passes. His completion percentage was 68% and passer efficiency rating an astounding 151.2%, both new Fratmen team records.
Throughout the season he developed into the most elusive quarterback across the country able to keep a play and a drive alive with his legs. He rushed 46 times for 291 yards and seven rushing touchdowns.
In the Ontario semi-final last weekend he accounted for five more touchdowns, throwing three of them and rushing for two more.
His Fratmen host the Hamilton Hurricanes on Sunday after at 2:00pm for the Ontario Conference Final. The winner will host the 110th Canadian Bowl.
Now that fans know what he can do on the field, Ryan Watters shines the CJFL Spotlight on him to find out the man under the helmet.