Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Bulldog ready to learn new tricks

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Offensive Tackle, Defensive Tackle

5’11, 235 lbs

Brampton Bulldogs (OVFL)


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Mitchell Price first hit the gridiron with the Orangeville Outlaw in the Ontario Minor Football League (OMFL) at the age of eight as an offensive lineman and fullback.

Mitchell with the Outlaws for a few years until his recent switch to the Ontario Varsity Footbsll League (OVFL), where he plays as a starting offensive linesman and defensive linesman for the Brampton Bulldogs.

The Bulldogs standout has also attended many university skill camps to improve his game and get better.

“In my offseason I keep in football shape by weight lifting at the gym and doing cardio exercises like jogging long distances or wind sprints,” said Mitchell.

His goal for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) is to learn new things that he can incorporate into his game, so he will be better as a player and a leader both on and off the field.

“I love playing football because it gives me a chance to show other people and players where hard work and effort can get you no matter your age or skill level,” commented the Bulldogs standout.

On the field, his role model is Ray Lewis because in his opinion, he is one of the best leaders and motivators to ever play the game and he also played with a lot of character, which inspires players and fans everywhere to be like him.


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