Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Bear aiming for Top 100

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Positions:
Linebacker

Height/Weight:
5’9, 143 lbs

Teams:
SJSH Jr. Bears (high school)

Commitment:
None

Official Visits:
None

Considerations:
Open

Class:
2019

Cody Lavergne’s career started in 2012 and 2013 in the North Bay Bulldogs youth league.

The linebacker then played in the Ontario Minor Football League (OMFL) with the North Bay Bulldogs in their 2014 summer league, before returning to the youth league in the fall of that year.

This past summer brought him to the bantam Bulldogs and he is now currently playing on his high school team, the SJSH Jr. Bears.

“I exercise to improve my athletic ability and play street football with my brothers to improve my football ability during the offseason,” said Cody of his routine.

The Bears standout’s goal for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) us to get into the Top 100.

His idol is Ray Lewis because he is a legend and he would love to one day be able to play the way Lewis did.

“I loved to play football because I have always enjoyed the sport and always wanted to play,” commented Cody.

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