#CFCOPC LB Moffatt exploring OUA heavyweight trio

Three OUA schools emerge as early contenders for Crusaders standout.

Assumption Crusaders linebacker Moffatt is working hard to achieve his main gridiron goal.

Iain Moffatt

Linebacker (Outside), Defensive End

6’1, 175 lbs

Assumption Crusaders (high school: HSSAA)
Burlington Stampders (OFC)


Official Visits:

Western, McMaster, Guelph, Open



Iain has his eyes set on the future.

The 6’1, 175 pound linebacker from Burlington is coming off a season playing for the Burlington Stampeders of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC), Assumption Crusaders of the Halton Secondary School Athletic Association (HSSAA), and the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC).

“My highlight of last season was being able to play for a great team with great people and I had a great time training with them,” says Iain.  “We didn’t get to play for the championship [last year] which was out ultimate goal.”

Iain is determined to work hard in order to become a better football player and have an even more successful season this year.

“I’m just pretty much going to spend countless hours training to make myself better,” says Iain.  “I train my footwork and stuff like that pretty much every day.”

It is clear that Iain is motivated to excel in football, and he attributes that motivation to a few role models in his life.

“The most influential people in my life are my parents and some of the coaches I’ve had,” says Iain.

Iain is going into his grade 10 year at Assumption.  He is already very determined and focused on his future.

“My future plans are to train hard enough to be able to play football at the next level in the CIS or NCAA,” says Iain, and he currently has his eyes set on Western, McMaster, or Guelph.

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