Craig Harrison

1991-1993 CFL Winnipeg Blue Bombers - Fullback
1986-1990 University of Calgary Dinosaurs - Fullback and Slotback
1988, 1989, 1990 - Co-Captain
1988 - National Champions
The passion and drive to be a football player started at a young age.  Craig grew up in the Winnipeg Blue Bomber locker room, watching his Dad Chuck play for 9 seasons. Craig started playing in the Pop Warner league, moved to Calgary and joined the Cowley and Keith Colts, (Provincial Champions), QB and wide receiver in high school at Dr. E.P. Scarlett High School.
“It’s about being an athlete, the will to prepare, developing the skills necessary to perform at any level.”

Jason Assen

Jason's involvement in football started in Willow Park playing community flag football every fall Saturday during elementary school. In junior high, he played for the Deerfoot Mall Colts as a Running Back and Quarterback. In high school, he played for the Bishop Grandin Ghosts and was coached by one of the city's best, Dennis Holowachuk, where his quarterback skills began to develop. At University of Calgary, Jason successfully played as Quarterback with the Dinos from 1991–1995 and graduated with a degree in Kinesiology. During that time, he was part of three Canada West Championships in 1992, 1993 and 1995, was a conference All Star/Captain and led the Dinos to the Vanier Cup title in 1995.

Rohn Meyer

Rohn played every sport possible as a child enjoying the competition and comradery of team sports. It wasn’t until grade 11 at Athol Murray College of Notre Dame that he started playing football. After winning provincials in his senior year he started playing at the University of Calgary. Rohn started all 5 years along the offensive line for the Dinos, winning Canada West Rookie of the Year honors along with two 1st team All-Canadian awards. In 1995 he was selected to participate in the East West Shrine All Star game in Palo Alto, California before moving onto the Calgary Stampeders. Rohn played for the Stampeders for 5 years winning a Grey Cup in 1998 before finishing his career with the Argonauts in 2000. In 2002, Rohn began his coaching career with the Dinos coaching the offensive line until the end of the 2012 season. He has coached several All-Canadians and CFL players over the years.