Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Husky looking forward to the challenge

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Offensive Line

5’9”, 235 lbs

Twin Cities Predators (OFC)
Huron Heights Huskies (High School)


Official Visits:

Waterloo, Open


Curtis Miller has played two seasons of high school football with the Huron Heights Huskies in Kitchener.

The offensive lineman has also spent one season of competitive football with the Twin Cities Predators in the Ontario Football Conference (OFC).

During the offseason he is currently doing sport specific training with a person trainer in the evenings.

The Husky also takes power fit at school, which allows him to use the school weight room regularly and consistently.

“I also help to coach my little sister/brother’s flag football team through Twin Cities Minor Football Association,” said Curtis.

During this year’s Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) he would like to add more football experience to his resume, as well as develop his skills with the top-notch coaching that OPC has to offer.

“OPC is very competitive and I am looking forward to meeting the challenge of the higher level,” added the offensive lineman.

The Husky says he does not has a football idol as he is more focused on his age division and the players he works with.

“I love to play football because it is a full contact, tough sport and I have the opportunity to meet new people,” commented Curtis.

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