University level coaching is what Americans get from the specialty high school programs. The transition to high level post secondary is much easier. Knowing the system is everything. It's a longer, harder road in Canada and the CFL has stopped developing players with the one year deals.Like any other player who wants to join the CFL they could turn up at training camp and give it a go. There are junior league native/white football teams that enthusiastically embrace the sport. Follow that by joining high school and universities teams and they will have the experience they need to try out for the big league. Nothing stopping them from doing just that.
This is an interesting development with former players Calvin McCarty and Keon Raymond being hired at the high school level. Hopefully there are others. It will pay off and watch for native Canadians.
Meanwhile you and your buddies should enter a PowWow days ball tournament and see how you do. Bring ringers.