Mississauga’s Myles Charvis has been formally added to the roster of the Newfoundland Rogues.
The 27-year-old level guard joins the Rogues, who will tip off their inaugural season within the American Basketball Affiliation on Nov. 27 towards the Elmira, N.Y. Eagles at Miles One Centre in St. John’s Newfoundland.
Charvis involves the Rogues from the Guelph Nighthawks of the Canadian Elite Basketball League, the place he has spent the final three seasons.
The St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary Faculty graduate performed three season for the Ryerson College Rams, the place he helped the lads’s workforce win an Ontario College Athletics title and a silver medal on the U Sports activities nationwide championship.
Welcome to the workforce Myles Charvis!
This 27-yr-old Mississauga native performed college ball at Ryerson & Waterloo, in addition to professional ball with Guelph within the CEBL and Kitchener Waterloo of the NBL-C.
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— Newfoundland Rogues (@nfldrogues) October 8, 2021
Charvis was additionally named essentially the most worthwhile participant as a senior for the lads’s 2018-19 workforce.
The six-foot Charvis first performed on the collegiate degree with the Waterloo Warriors, earlier than becoming a member of Ryerson.
He was chosen by Guelph within the 2019 CEBL draft and averaged 10 factors and simply over 5 assists per recreation in his first professional season.
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