Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Lion hoping to be become a future Warrior

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Defensive Tackle

6’0, 265 lbs

London South C.I. Lions (high school: TVRAA)


Official Visits:

Waterloo, Open


Braedon Lehman started playing football when he was 11-years-old with the Westminister Wolverines in the London Minor Football League.

The following year, the defensive tackle started playing summer football in the Ontario Football Conference (OFC) with the Forest City Thunderbirds.

When Braedon became too old to play minor football, he began to play with this high school team, the London South Lions.

Photo taken by Kathy Gray

Photo taken by Kathy Gray

He is hoping that this will be his third year playing for varsity Team West in the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC).

“My goals for OPC are to keep my skills up in hopes of getting better for August when I try to get a spot on the University of Waterloo football team,” said Braedon.

During the offseason, he plans on working out at Powerhouse Training Systems in London to prepare himself for the next level.

Moreover, the Lion’s football role model is Vaughn Martin.

He went to Braedon’s high school, played for the Thunderbirds and was drafted into the NFL to play with the Chargers.

“I love playing football because it helps me stay in shape, I like the ability of hitting other players, enjoy meeting new people from around the province that share the same love of the game and all around I just love playing the game,” explained the Lion.

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