Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: For the love of the game

The Ontario Prospect Challenge is an elite three phase event that culminates in an all-star game in the spring of 2016.  For more information CLICK HERE.  The TRYOUT SERIES begins in October and goes until the middle of January 2016.

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Positions:
Defensive End

Height/Weight:
5’5, 140 lbs

Teams:
Myers Riders (mosquito: NCAFA)

Commitment:
None

Official Visits:
None

Considerations:
Open

Class:
2022

Elijah St. John has three years of gridiron experience behind him.

He spent one year with the Nepean Eagles as a tyke, then two years with the Myers Riders as both a tyke and a mosquito.

This season Elijah achieved six sacks in the A Cup Championship in the National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA) with the mosquito Myers Riders.

The Myers Riders standout  was awarded the MVP award in 2013 and the Defensive Lineman award in 2014.

Elijah decided to participate in this year’s Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) because he “simply loves to play the game.”

During the offseason, the defensive lineman plays basketball, swims and stays active.

In football, Elijah’s role model is J.J. Watt of the Houston Texas.

The defensive end loves the sport and playing for the tackle or sack, and would ultimately like to pursue a career in the NFL.

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