“He’s got really good feet and he’s a big physical kid. Like I said, a lot of these, he’s bouncing off tacklers and stiff-arming and [running through] arm tackles, which is good because you can’t have huge, giant holes every time,” McGuire said. “You’ve got to have a guy who can go through those kind of things.”
As a member of the 2014 class, Canada was a true freshman this season. As reported by Christopher Shaw of Cougfan.com, Canada redshirted this past season leaving him with three years to play three seasons after sitting out the 2015 season due to transfer rules.
While playing for Milpitas High School, Canada broke the all-time program single-season rushing record racking up 1,916 yards while scoring 24 touchdowns. He was named a first team All-Mercury News running back and a No. 13 ranking in the San Francisco Chronicle’s Top 25 prep football players. The USA Today called him the ‘Coug’s best get’ in regards to WSU’s 2014 recruiting class.
Canada was the driving force behind Milpitas' CCS Division I championship. As an all-purpose back, Canada averaged 18.8 yards per reception while running for 1,916 yards while scoring 24 touchdowns. He ran for 987 yards and six touchdowns as a junior.
Welcome to the BYU to Squally Canada from us here at TotalBlueSports.com. We look forward to watching his progress over the next 4 years.