Class 2011: Jason Opoku-Serebour, DL, Brampton Sack King


Today features Class 2011 defensive linemen Jason Opoku-Serebour. Jason has played a lot of Football and won a lot games, playing for the Brampton Bulldogs (JV), St Marguerite D’Youville high school, and Team Ontario (U18).

Jason Opoku-Serebour

Defensive Line

Commitment: None

Consideration:
CIS – Western Ontario, British Columbia, Toronto, Calgary, McMaster, Guelph
NCAA – West Virgina
Junior College – Erie

Jason has been playing football for many years and had some great success along the way. His high school team won their ‘conference’ finals this year. In 2009 Jason broke the Junior Varsity (OVFL) sack record with 15.5. In 2010 he represented West Ontario at the Football Canada Cup.

“My most memorable football experience was this year when we won the ropssa (Peel) championship. The reason it’s memorable because last year we were 2-4 and the year after we become 7-1 and win the finals.”

Jason had many people to credit for his success. “Head coach J.P. Falacho is a great influence because when all the other coaches quit when we were 2-4 he stuck by us. Also, coach Ian Smith of the OFA. He could have coached a better team but he chose us. Also an influence is NFL superstar Christian Okoye because he is from Africa and came to America just for track and field, then he tried football and was good at it, and got drafted. I like him because I am training to get in his body figure.”



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