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WEEKLY ATHLETICS RECAP

Chabot offensive lineman Matt Guevremont has signed with Arkansas State.

A 6-foot-5, 310-pound native of Toronto, Canada, Guevremont made his decision after being wowed during a visit to the Arkansas State campus last week.   
Guevremont helped the Gladiators to a 9-3 record last season and a 76-55 victory over College of San Mateo in the Bulldog Bowl.
He describes his experience at Chabot as "awesome. My first year here (2014) I only played the first game of the year, and then I tore my MCL … I medical redshirted and went through all my treatment with the trainers. That was really good." 
After a positive spring and summer in 2015, he enjoyed an outstanding season.  
Guevremont gives high marks to head coach Danny Calcagno and offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Nick Goulet. He received excellent instruction from O-line coach Andy Sparano. 
"He's coached me up a lot; definitely stepped up my game since I've been here," Guevremont said of Sparano. 
Arkansas State will offer Guevremont a Canadian hometown connection. New offensive line coach Allen Rudolph coached with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the Canadian Football League -- a team located 40 minutes from Guevremont's home. 
His move made sense on many levels. 
"They told me they were trying to change their offensive line and get bigger, more athletic guys because they want to be more like a Power Five-type conference team," Guevremont said. "I went on a visit there this past weekend, and it was awesome. It was awesome." 
He expects to come in as a second-string left tackle and compete for a starting spot for three years.  
"I couldn’t turn that down," he said.
Chabot linebacker Pat Miranda, an All-State selection, signed with Utah State last month.
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