Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Lancer gunning for victory

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Defensive Back (Cornerback, Safety)

5’8”, 135 lbs

Elmira Lancers (high school: WCSSAA)
Twin Cities Predators (OFC)


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Max Uliana has about seven years of experience to date.

He first started playing in the fall of 2009 and has played a total of nine seasons.

The cornerback/safety has most recently played with his high school team, the Elmira Lancers of the Waterloo County Secondary School Athletic Association (WCSSAA) and the Ontario Football Conference’s (OFC) Twin Cities Predators.

For the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC), Max would like to accomplish a couple of key objecttives.

“My goals for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) are to improve my play style when playing against better players and to go out and win,” said Max.

For the Lancers standout, there is no offseason and even during the season he will lift weights to improve his strength.

Max will also visit his personal trainer to see how he can improve in other ways.

The Lancers standout’s idol is Byron Jones, the Dallas Cowboys’ 2015 first round draft pick.

“I look up to this player because he will make any play that he can,” commented Max, “He just about never has missed a play.”

The Lancers standout loves playing the sport because he has been playing it for a long time and it allows him to be always with his friends on the field, which makes it even better.

“Another reason I love football is because it’s 60 minutes of legal hitting and there is no other sport or place you can do that,” added the cornerback/safety.

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