About Bryn Roy
"I WAS ONCE IN THE SHOES THAT THESE HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS ARE IN. NO SCOUTS EVER CAME AROUND HERE SO I HAD TO WORK EVEN HARDER TO BE NOTICED. I SEE ALL THE TALENT AROUND SOUTHERN ALBERTA AND I WANTED TO PROVIDE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THESE ATHLETES TO GET THE EXPOSURE THEY NEED TO PLAY AT THE NEXT LEVEL"
Born and raised in a rodeo family, Bryn grew up playing all sports but always had a passion for football and rodeo. Not being able to play football until 13 years old because of how far he lived from any teams, Bryn still had a hunger to play that was unmatched. He completed a successful high school career that saw him named Captain and MVP of Foothills Composite high school, Provincial Champion, Rocky View Football League Allstar, Rocky View Football League Most Outstanding Receiver as well as Most Outstanding Defensive Back while a captain on the Alberta Senior Bowl team. Despite his early success, Bryn still didn't have the offers he wanted and continued to grind.
He walked on at Snow College, a Junior College in Ephraim Utah, where he earned a scholarship after his first semester and saw the Badgers play in two National Championship games as a redshirt and redshirt freshman. His sophomore season earned him 2nd Team all Western States Football League after changing positions to Linebacker and becoming a major roll player and multiple game Defensive Player of The Week. His hard-nosed style of play developed from his western upbringing made him an asset on any defence.
After receiving his degree from Snow College, he transferred to Adams State in Alamosa, Colorado. After leading the team in tackles his first game in green and black, he was injured and chose to heal his injury and use a medical redshirt to sit out and transfer following the completion of that season. In the spring semester of 2011 Bryn transferred for his final time to Texas A&M-Commerce, where he was a leader on the team and second on the defence in sacks. Following his junior season, Roy who had now completed his Bachelors Degree in Business Marketing, chose to forgo his senior season and enter the CFL draft.
Being drafted 34th overall by the Montreal Alouettes in 2012, Bryn began his pro career and played in Montreal until August of 2015. During his time in Montreal, Bryn played on Defence, Offence, and Special Teams. Even leading the CFL in Special Teams Tackles during the month of October 2014. Bryn Signed as a Linebacker with the Saskatchewan Roughriders in July of 2016 but was soon switched to Fullback and started 10 games for the riders. He was released in December and Signed the following season by the Edmonton Eskimos. Bryn is Currently a CFL Free Agent.