Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Cyclone looking to get noticed (VIDEO)

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Positions:
Quarterback

Height/Weight:
5’11”, 150 lbs

Team:
Grande-Rivière Cyclones (high school)

Commitment:
None

Official Visits:
None

Considerations:
Open

Class:
2020

James Kouame first started playing football at the age of nine with the Mustangs.

Currently, the quarterback plays for the Cyclones de Grande-Rivière.

During the offseason, James trains a lot to improve his footwork, vision, throwing ability, being faster and stronger.

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The Cyclone’s goals for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) are, “to get noticed, to become a better player and to go far.”

James’ football idol is Russell Wilson because he was undervalued. People said he’s too small and not big enough, but now he already has a Super Bowl ring and he is they youngest quarterback to achieve that.

“I play football because it takes me away from my problems and it’s all I have,” commented the quarterback. “My cousin playing too and made it to the CFL.”

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