|Wenster Green is one of three grads of the Six Nations junior system|
heading to the Chiefs. (Photo: Kevin Light Photography)
"We are very pleased to acquire three local players, who we were not able to protect or draft last season," Jacobs said. "In Briar Jonathan, we get a young defensive player, who has shown he is more than capable of playing lacrosse at the highest level."
Jonathan had a great 2015 season with the Rock. He also played a huge role at the FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championships with the Iroquois Nationals. In Oakville, Jonathan played 13 regular season games and three in the playoffs. "Oakville was very pleased with him and did not have to trade him," Jacobs said. "But they allowed him to return to his hometown."