Class 2013: Jahvari Bennett looking to speed his way to next level

Today, CFC features class 2013 running back from Mount Carmel Crusaders, Jahvari Bennettt.  Jahvari started playing football when he was only six years old.

Jahvari Bennett

Positions:
Running back, Slotback

Height/Weight:
5’8, 155 lbs

Teams:
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Crusaders (high school:  ROPSSA)
Mississauga Warriors (junior varsity: OVFL)
Streetsville Minor Football Club (SMFC)

Committment:
None

Consideration:
Guelph, McMaster, Queen’s, Alabama (NCAA), Florida (NCAA), Texas A&M (NCAA), Open

Class:
2013

  
Starting his football career in Vancouver, British Colombia at the age of six, Jahvari was hooked on the game early.   However, his playing career was interrupted as he moved to Mississauga, Ontario.  Picking up right where he left off, the offensive star restarted his football career at the age of nine and never looked back.

Jahvari has played for the Streetsville Minor Football Club (SMFC), the Mississauga Warriors of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) and his high school team, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Crusaders of the Region of Peel Secondary School Athletic Association (ROPSSA).

With the Crusaders, the offensive gun experienced the highlight of his football career in grade 10 as the team went undefeated and nearly won a ROPSSA championship title.

The accolades have already been numerous for Jahvari.   With the Crusaders, he was team MVP and was most promising athlete of the year for the school.  Moreover, he was team MVP in the SMFC.   Not only did he nab special teams player of the week honours in the OVFL, but the running back was also best offensive player and team MVP during his time with the Warriors.

Most recently, Jahvari has been selected to the GTA Rising Stars team that will participate in the all-star game at McMaster University on May 6th.

There have been many individuals that have impacted and played a key role in the Crusaders running back’s life.

“My mother, my brother, and my friends are the most influential people in my life,” comments Jahvari.   “In football, my coaches and teachers are the ones that have helped me out.”

The offensive standout is unique and determined to achieve all the goals he’s set for himself, which include getting to the next level to play football.

One thing Jahvari has learned from the game is patience.

“As a running back, patience is key because if you rush things, they won’t look smooth,” explains Jahvari.


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Class 2013: Jahvari Bennett looking to speed his way to next level

Today, CFC features class 2013 running back from Mount Carmel Crusaders, Jahvari Bennettt. Jahvari started playing football when he was only six years old.


Jahvari Bennett

Positions:
Running back, Slotback

Height/Weight:
5’8, 155 lbs

Teams:
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Crusaders (high school: ROPSSA)
Mississauga Warriors (junior varsity: OVFL)
Streetsville Minor Football Club (SMFC)

Commitment:
None

Consideration:
Guelph, McMaster, Queen’s, Alabama (NCAA), Florida (NCAA), Texas A&M (NCAA), Open

Class:
2013


Starting his football career in Vancouver, British Colombia at the age of six, Jahvari was hooked on the game early. However, his playing career was interrupted as he moved to Mississauga, Ontario. Picking up right where he left off, the offensive star restarted his football career at the age of nine and never looked back.

Jahvari has played for the Streetsville Minor Football Club (SMFC), the Mississauga Warriors of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) and his high school team, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Crusaders of the Region of Peel Secondary School Athletic Association (ROPSSA).

With the Crusaders, the offensive gun experienced the highlight of his football career in grade 10 as the team went undefeated and nearly won a ROPSSA championship title.

The accolades have already been numerous for Jahvari. With the Crusaders, he was team MVP and was most promising athlete of the year for the school. Moreover, he was team MVP in the SMFC. Not only did he nab special teams player of the week honours in the OVFL, but the running back was also best offensive player and team MVP during his time with the Warriors.

Most recently, Jahvari has been selected to the GTA Rising Stars team that will participate in the all-star game at McMaster University on May 6th.

There have been many individuals that have impacted and played a key role in the Crusaders running back’s life.

“My mother, my brother, and my friends are the most influential people in my life,” comments Jahvari. “In football, my coaches and teachers are the ones that have helped me out.”

The offensive standout is unique and determined to achieve all the goals he’s set for himself, which include getting to the next level to play football.

One thing Jahvari has learned from the game is patience.

“As a running back, patience is key because if you rush things, they won’t look smooth,” explains Jahvari.

(twitter: http://twitter.com/vohra_ameeta)

Advocating for football prospects one story at a time.

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