CB Latmore inspired to work “really hard”

All-Star team member looking to do big things.

Anesu Latmore

Height/Weight: 5’10”, 155lbs

Position(s): Running back, safety, cornerback

Awards Won: Defensive player of the year, defensive player of the game, 2016 All-Star team

Team(s): West Carleton Wolverines, Myers Riders

Graduating Year: 2018

Considerations: Open

Official Visits: None

Beginning his football career at the age of 10, Anesu Latmore has led an impressive career. From winning the Rookie of the Year award his first year playing to being named to the 2016 All-Star team, Latmore is not done.

Despite not knowing where he wants to be in the future, Latmore says he plans to use football as leverage to be successful.

“School and career wise, I don’t really know what I would like to do, but I do know that I would want football to help me get to these places and hopefully lead to me getting a good job,” he said.


In order to keep in top shape, Latmore works with his trainer Ekom Akpan to improve his footwork, speed, strength and eating habits, which he says benefits his plays on the field.

Just last season, Latmore had an interception that he says is his favourite to date.

“One of my biggest highlights from last season was getting my first interception in the first game against Toronto Thunder as a rookie because that interception is one of my favourite interceptions that I have gotten in my life,” he reminisced.

To make sure he continues to make plays like that, he says he is working on improving his game as a whole.

“I’m really trying to improve my whole play in general, but especially bringing up my speed, strength and more weight on my body,” he said.

Behind his success are a few people in Latmore’s life, particularly his mother, who he says is his inspiration to be a good person on and off the field.

“The most influential person in my life is my mother because I see how hard she works just to keep me happy, so she influences me to work really hard also,” he offered. “She inspires me every day in life and makes me want to become a really good and nice person such as herself.”

Although he doesn’t know where he will be upon graduation in 2018, Latmore says he plans to look into it in the future.


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