Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Hawk looking to gain experience

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Offensive Line (Guard)

6’5, 300 lbs

Loyola Hawks (high school)
Mississauga Warriors (OVFL)


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Andrew Madden started playing football at the age of nine playing in the Mississauga Football League, where he just finished his final season.

During his time there, he has been a part of four championship teams and has won the Offensive Lineman of the Year award twice.

This spring, the offensive guard will be playing for the Mississauga Warriors in the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) before joining his high school team, the Loyola Hawks, in the fall.

“My goals for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) are to gain experience, work hard on bettering my skills, be a team player and to help my team with a win,” said Andrew.

As a 2017 graduate, the Hawk would love to see his name on the #CFC100.

During the offseason, he trains with former NFL player, Antonio Banks, and plays indoor football, as well as attending a gym.

Moreover, on the field his idol is Vince Wilfork because he is a big guy, works hard, is respected and has been successful in his position, as well as in the NFL.

“I love to play football because I have learned a lot about my self since I started playing it,” said the offensive guard, “football taught me about hardwork and being a good teammate.”

“I love that football has a place for everyone, short, tall, big, small, fast, slow – as long as you work hard,” added Andrew.

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