The “Quebec” Quarterback Conundrum Part A : Not lost in translation – Quarterback development in Quebec
CFC reporter Rahim deMolitor was tasked with getting to the bottom of the CANADIAN QUARTERBACK CONUNDRUM. This multi-series story digs
Today CFC features Sharieff Peru, District 10 (Guelph) Offensive MVP for Our Lady of Lourdes high school. Sharieff has been playing football since the age of 8, starting with the Guelph Minor football association.
Quarterback / athlete
Guelph, Toronto, McMaster, York, Mount Allison
As mentioned above, Sharieff started his football career at the age of 8 where he played both offense and defense in the Guelph Minor football association.
His most memorable football experience was because his big brother was late for a game:
“My most memorable football experience was probably when i got my first highschool start in grade 9. The only reason i started that game was because my brother, who was in his 12+ year was on a trip and would be late. I got three solo tackles and a forced fumble in 1 half of play. This probably was the most memorable moment because i felt like an actual player and not the typical grade 9 rookie, which is a huge confident boost. ”
Sharieff credits many people in his football development:
“My older brother Shane, friend/teammate Nick Piacampo, and coach Joe Camilleri. Shane is a big influence to me because he can show me what it takes to be successful at the next level. Nick Piacampo is a big influence for me too because we always push eachother harder in just about everything we do together. My coach Joe is a big incluence because he is a very understanding and supportive coach, and hes always positive.”
Sharieff also plays basketball for Our Lady of Lourdes and will be posting his hilite film on CFC very soon.
1 – ‘the snag’
2 – ‘game action’
3 – Sharieff & Nick
4 – Sharieff at brothers first game
5 – OLOL teammates