"I lost my girlfriend. I lost my eyesight. I've lost use of the right side of my body. And I've lost my fact that I could have been in the CFL today had this not have happened to me," Kwasny, 24, told CBC's Cameron MacIntosh.
Even the ability to perform basic tasks, such as tying his shoes and cutting food, has been stolen. He receives round-the-clock care at a facility in Selkirk, just north of Winnipeg.
The Winnipeg-born and raised man was playing for Quebec's Bishops University on Sept. 10, 2011, when he took a blow to his head during the game.
In a $7.5-million lawsuit he has since filed against Bishop’s University, Kwasny claims he was forced to go back into the game, despite having symptoms of a concussion.
He alleges he immediately told multiple members of the coaching staff about his injury but he was still ordered to play.
"I said, 'guys my head is sore, my head is sore.' They said, 'go talk to coach Ray.' I went outside and talked to coach Ray he said, 'Qwaz you've got to play,'" Kwasny said.
"I went back into the game after that I don't remember."
Shortly after returning to the field, he was hit again and suffered a major brain bleed. He began vomiting and went unconscious.
At half-time he was rushed to hospital in critical condition, where he had emergency surgery.
Kwasny's claims have not been proven in court.
Bishop's University has not yet filed a statement of defense but is expected to release a statement later today.