Ontario Prospect Challenge TOP 100 Profile: Casola ready to learn

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Today CFC features Ontario Prospect Challenge participant Nick Casola.  Nick is one of 600 players who will be participating in the TOP 100 CAMPS in April.

Position: Receiver

Height/Weight: 5’10″/155 lbs

School Status as of September 2013: Grade 10

Current Team(s): Iroquois Ridge

The tryouts for the Ontario Prospect Challenge may be over, but there is still a lot to look forward to in the New year. In April there will be a camp for the Top 100 players, then the All-Star game in May.

Nick Casola has been playing football for five years, and has eagerly taken up the Ontario Prospect Challenge.

“I chose to participate in the Ontario Prospect Challenge for 3 main reasons,” Says Casola. “To learn from the great coaching staff that they have, to gain exposure from scouts as well as to have the opportunity to play against a high level of competition and compete against some of the best players in the province.”

“My goals are to be picked to the final top 100 players, to learn from the coaching staff and to continue to play good football for Burlington, in high school, and as well as continue to play in university.”

Tryouts (Phase 1) for the Ontario Prospect Challenge completed in 2013.  April TOP 100 Camps & May Game has been scheduled.

Stay tuned to Canadafootballchat.com for more OPC player profiles.

 

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