Fox 40 Prospect Challenge (West Coast): Camaraderie, competition is what LB/REC Senuk loves

Playing football for six years, Tyson Senuk is looking forward to the future.

Currently playing for the Mount Boucherie Bears in the BC high school football league, Senuk plays outside linebacker, receiever, and punts. He has received a Sportsmanship and Most Improved award in his career, but is looking ahead to how he can improve.

While he has attended football camps in Oregon for the past two years, this year, for the CFCFPC, he hopes to get noticed and see where he matches up against other athletes his age.

The 5’10, 165-pound athlete trains four times a week at the gym and work with a trainer to improve his speed. He also took Football as an elective in order to improve his overall football skills.

Football, though, has been much more than just a sport for Senuk. “It is a contact sport and it’s a good sport to create friendships and connections, it is good for me to let my anger out in an encouraged environment without being unsportsmanlike,” he explains. “I loved the comradery, competition and the game overall,” he says when describing how he got hooked.Β 

And he now looks up to others to inspire him. “Lawrence Taylor because he played 110% day in and day out and his team could count on him to make important plays.”

Tyson SenukΒ (#24)
Position(s): OLB, REC, P
Ht/Wt: 5’10, 165lbs
Teams: West Kelowna Sun Devils, Mount Boucherie Bears
Class: 2019

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