Titan Teigan Sattler signs with Golden Bears | DrumhellerMail
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Titan Teigan Sattler signs with Golden Bears


A Drumheller Titan is trading in his black and gold for the famous green and gold of the Alberta Golden Bears.
Teigan Sattler will be graduating from DVSS this school year. His football career took him from Terrapin to Titan, and come next season, the University of Alberta in Edmonton, where he plans to study business or education, and play for the school’s football team.
“I’ve been working towards it for quite some time now,” Teigan told the Mail, noting Edmonton is his first choice to pursue his football career. “It has a great coaching staff and a great team culture. I also know a bunch of players on the team.”
Teigan has a great football career and hasn’t even finished school. Along with the Titans, he played Spring Football with the Airdrie Raiders. Earlier this year, he was selected to the Alberta U18 team. In May, he was ranked as one of Canada’s Top 70 prospects and invited to the Canada
footballchat.com’s Prospect Game. There he was coached by CFL all-star and three-time Grey Cup champion Davis Sanchez. He also showcased his skills on a national stage. Teigan was ranked as the top cornerback in Alberta and fifth nationally out of the prospects Class of 2023.
He is looking forward to the next step in his career in Edmonton. His older brother Chase is in Edmonton playing for the Wildcats.
“I will probably be red-shirted for the first year, so I might not see the field too much, but from everyone I talked to, the U of A is pretty good about playing first year players to get experience. Come the second year, I should hopefully be on the field quite a bit.”
The Golden Bears drafted him to play cornerback, and possibly in the future, move him to linebacker.
“I’m a great player and I am very easy to coach, so I think that should really help them out quite a bit,” said Teigan.
He is grateful for his local football family, and the support Drumheller Community Football and its coaches have shown.
“I appreciate my coaches in Drumheller a lot,” he said. “They prepared me really well.”

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