burgundy bags uk Jayden Dalke heading into last year with Wildcats
After a successful year as a player with the Wildcats, Jayden Dalke is already gearing up for the next season.
By the end of last season, he earned the title of MVP and won both national top back and team top back.
feel proud and honoured, he said, adding he already has his sights set on this spring. is my last year with the Wildcats, so I want to leave the team better. The takeaway from last season is to make sure we can elevate each other. The Wildcats have already started their weekly winter training in the run up for spring camp.
Dalke is also headed into the season with some key advice from the Edmonton Eskimos coaches after the team trained with the CFLers for a week last year.
have to work on my patience,
not to be explosive but [rather to] choose my moments, and not to do everything, just my job, said Dalke.
The training he received with the Eskimos was very positive.
were welcoming and I felt very comfortable, he added.
With this being his last year in junior football, Dalke is also talking to universities to see if he can join a varsity team and then ultimately get into the CFL.