Fox 40 Prospect Challenge (Central): Multi-position Jaguar looking for new ways to improve his game

Jeremy Dorion’s football career started five years ago and during that time he has experienced the physical, mental and emotional part of the game.

“I am inspired and motivated by the sport that I love and I feel that I have a better understanding of football,” said Jeremy.

During those five years, he has played with Sélection Outaouais at the Selout for the Coupe Spalding, as well as with Polyvalente de l’érablière Jaguars.

Moreover, the Jaguar will also be competing in the Fox 40 Prospect Challenge and hopes to gain a great football experience, new ways to improve his game and have an awesome experience doing what he loves.

The 2018 graduate is also hoping to find his name on the CFC100 list.

During the offseason, the Jaguar trains at Optimum Performance Athletique Gatineau (OPA).

On the field, his role model is Inky Johnson because he speaks the truth about football.

“He talks [about] how giving up is not an option and how adversity is your friends and not your enemy, it will push you harder,” commented Jeremy.

The Jaguar loves football because it takes him to another place.

“I forget about the outside world and get this feeling that I can only get while playing football,” added the multi-position player.

Jeremy Dorion
Positions: Defensive line, full back, quarterback and long snapper
Height/Weight: 5’10”, 231lbs
Team: Polyvalente de l’érablière Jaguars
Class: 2018

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