Fox 40 Prospect Challenge (West Coast): QB Philip got some swagger

Swagger and work ethic. It’s no surprise then that quarterback Kinsale Philip looks up to Ray Lewis who had plenty of both when he played for the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL.

Leading the squad for the New Westminster Hyacks, the 6’0, 180-pounds athlete has been playing football for eight years now. Overall he says his football experience has been extremely positive. “I remember always being extremely excited to play, no matter practice or game,” he explains. “Football has taught me many life lessons that have always been useful off the field.”

This young athlete has already a number of accolades to his name; Offensive MVP 2011 Peewee, Most Valuable Teammate 2012 Peewee Spring Flag, and Defensive MVP 2014 Tanoa Bowl All-star Classic.

He says he wishes to showcase his skills that got him these awards at the CFCFPC. It is the next level of football that Philip is working hard to get to even though he still has a few years to play at the high school level. 

Kinsale strength trains four times a week on his own and he does a lot of off-season conditioning with the Hyacks team. He also plays 7on7 with GameReady Elite.

We asked him why he works so hard at the passion he loves¬†and he responded, “I love to play football because it brings out the best in myself and the people around me.”

#4 Kinsale Philip, Photo credit: Alan Wardle

Kinsale Philip (#4)
Position(s): Quarterback
Ht/Wt: 6’0, 180lbs
Teams: New Westminster Hyacks
Class: 2019

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