Young pack leader QB dreaming big

The 15-year-old St-Eustache native, Xavier Tremblay,  just finished a rookie season filled with many exciting experiences. His first season in the Juvenile 1 division, he was the starting pivot and he took his team to the championship game.

(image: #3 Xavier Tremblay | photo credit: Marco Perron)

From the age of seven, the young QB performed with the Laval-Nord Vikings and after three years, graduated to the Loups of Poly-Jeunesse. Two years later, 2016, he was given the controls of the Juvenile team at Curé-Antoine-Labelle. Expectations were high and he delivered with a wonderful display of confidence, teamwork and good coaching.

Losing the first game of his Juvenile adventure, Tremblay completed 10 out 18 for 97 yards in their 42 to 7 defeat. The character of this young man wasn’t shaken and he persevered while demonstrating the strength of his moral. He finished the season with a passing ratio of 68%, completing 105 out of 155 for 1498 yards with 18 touchdowns and a mere 4 interceptions.

(image: #3 Xavier Tremblay | photo credit: Marco Perron)

With two more seasons available in the Juvenile league, Xavier could grow into the shoes of one of the best quarterbacks to play for the Loups, Benoit Groulx, who was awarded the Hec Crighton Trophy (given annually to the most outstanding Canadian university football player) in 2008. Unlike his predecessor, the offensive general wants to head south of the border and experience the NCAA journey all the way to the pro’s.

Quite aware of the demands of such a dream, Tremblay took two weeks off after their final game and tracked his way to the weight room. “Physical preparation is one part of my routine, but the mental aspect counts for a high percentage of an athlete’s performance on the field and I’m also doing yoga 2 to 3 times per week!” said the leader of the pack. “Undertaking such a path, one needs support and my parents have been behind me from day one and they are implicated as volunteers with the team.” Added Xavier. Having encouragement is critical, but without good coaching, the thought of his dream would not be realistic. Blessed to be where he is at now, the direct consequences of the great people who guided him and the great athletes that surrounded him.

(image: #3 Xavier Tremblay | photo credit: Marco Perron)

With his mind on football 23 out of 24 hours a day, his hard work, determination and perseverance, he is confident that he will reach his goals. Aiming to be a starter when he gets to the Cegep level and obtain a scholarship, he will put in the efforts and never quit on his dream. He has planned on attending a couple of summer football camps in the United States this summer.

The short term goal is to take his team back to the Bol D’Or and bring a trophy home.


Xavier Tremblay
5’9, 185 lbs

Team(s): Curé-Antoine-Labelle, Laval-Nord Vikings, Loups of Poly-Jeunesse
Official Visits: none
Consideration: open
Commitment: none
Class: 2019

(featured image: QB #3 Xavier Tremblay, Curé-Antoine-Labelle Loups, photo credit: Marco Perron)


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