Fox 40 Prospect Challenge (West Coast): ATH Beauchemin wants to be an impact player

The passion for football started long before Blaise Beauchemin was old enough to play. Growing up watching the Broncos with his Grandpa, he was a familiar sight on the sideline of a football field. At the age of eight, Blaise started his football career. Since then, he has played at every level.

The 6’1, 185lbs athlete currently suits up for the senior varsity Kelowna Secondary School Owls. He has also played on the Kelowna Mission Lions team. An athlete, Blaise plays at multiple positions. He is a wide receiver, quarterback, runningback, defensive back, kick returner, and kicker.

While using John Elway as a guide for how he wants to play his game, Beauchemin says that he hopes to have a long career similar to Elway, and that he likes how Elway always gave 100%. Having a number of accolades to his name already, Blaise already gives 100% every time he steps out on the field. He was named the 2009 Provincial MVP, and the Defensive Player of the Year for 2016.

His goals for the CFCFPC are simple, “Having an impact on the team and to get recognized by universities.” he says. Being that his graduating year is 2018, he will have the opportunity to get noticed enough to be considered for the CFC100 top prospects list. Anything that will help me move towards playing at the next level, is definitely a goal of mine”, he says.

Blaise will work on training five days a week at the gym and will also play multiple sports such as basketball and flag football in order help improve his athletic ability and, more specifically, his football ability.


Blaise Beauchemin
Position(s): Wide receiver, Quarterback, Running Back, Cornerback, Kick Return, Kicker
Height/Weight: 6’1, 185lbs
Team(s): Kelowna Senior Secondary Owls – Senior Varsity, Kelowna Mission Lions 
Official Visits: n/a
Considerations: n/a
Class: 2018


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