Gunning for top spot

Montreal actively pursuing CFC Top 100 Lebreux.

Team Canada and Vanier Cheetahs defensive lineman Clément Lebreux has high expectations for the 2014 – including challenging for the top spot in CFC’s Top 100.

Clément Lebreux

Defensive Line

Height/ Weight
6’4, 290lbs


Vanier Cheetahs (CEGEP)
Laprairie Diablos
La Magdeleine Milice (high school)
Team Canada


Official Visits

Montréal, Open


Clément has been paying since he was eight years old and has been a lineman since day one. After having such successful high school and community career, Clément was recruited by CEGEP’s Vanier Cheetahs. Heading into his third year with the Cheetahs, Clément is in search of another Bol D’Or championship this season.

The Cheetahs have won four Bol D’Or Championships in the last seven years. This upcoming season, Clément and his teammates are in search of another championship.

When looking for post-secondary institutions, Clément realizes there is more to life than just football. He understands the importance of a good education and is looking for a school that meets all of his needs.

Clement has spent plenty of time on the gridiron, thus creating many lasting memories. However, there is one moment that stands out among the rest. It took place while he represented his country as a member of Team Canada at the 2012 IFAF Under-19 World Junior Championships in Austin, Texas last July.

“It was when we won the junior world championship in Texas,” says Clement of the historical gold medal victory over Team USA.  “It was like we defeated Goliath.”

Clément looks up to his parents as two of his biggest supporters. They are always there for him financially and emotionally. They help him reach all of his goals and are there for him every day. Clément also owes a lot of his success to his phenomenal coach staffs through the years and the trainers who have helped him to become the player he is today.  They are the ones who provide him with the knowledge to continually get better and push him to reach his full potential.

Clément is honoured to be recognized on CFC’s top 100 and was shocked and surprised when he found out he made it and now has more motivation to work hard in an attempt to claim top spot. Now, he recognizes that he must continue to work hard to ensure he keeps his spot.  He knows training in the offseason is just as important as training during the four months he is playing ball. Clement plans to work out six days a week with the goal of being in the best shape of his life at the start of his next season.

Overall, Clément is looking forward to how his gridiron future unfolds.



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