Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Competitive Wolverine

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Positions: Centre, Long Snapper
Height/Weight: 6’2, 275 lbs
Teams: Peterborough Wolverines (junior varsity: OFC)
Commitment: None
Official Visits: York, Wilfrid Laurier
Considerations: York, Wilfrid Laurier, Ottawa, Carleton, Open
Class: 2016

Caleb Palmateer has loved the football experience since the day he started at the age of 12.

“All the friends I have made through it and the great coaches who have played at the CIS/CFL level have helped me become the player that I am,” said Palmateer, who plays for the Peterborough Wolverines of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC).

During the offseason the centre does weight room work, gets together with other lineman to work on footwork and improve their chemistry with one another. He also gets together with the team’s quarterback to work on snapping.

“My goals for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) are to obviously make the team and compete for a starting spot on either specials or offence,” explained the Wolverines standout.

Moreover, in his graduating year he hopes to find himself on the CFC  100 list because it would show the amount of work that he put in to be in that position.

“I love to play football because all the cities I have got to see due to football and the obvious one, you can’t get in trouble for hitting anyone,” added the centre.


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