Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Mustang on a Mission

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Position: Centre, Offensive Line and Defensive Line
Height/Weight: 5’10, 200lbs
Team: London Junior Mustangs (Peewee – AAA London Junior Mustangs Football Club)
Commitment: N/A
Official Visits: N/A
Considerations: Open
Class: 2020

Multi-position Christopher Weber started playing football at the young age of seven, and his last season with the peewee ‘AAA’ London Junior Mustangs in the London Junior Mustangs Football Club.

During the off-season the Junior Mustang works out on a program called Game Changers, that not only focuses on the body, but the mind and spirit as well.

“My goals [for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC)] are to make the team,” said Weber, who aims to make the CFC 100 list in his graduating year. “I was on Team West last year and had a great experience.”

“It is great to learn from different coaches as you get a little bit better each time.”

The Junior Mustang loves football because it is a great game that focuses on teamwork, drive and ambition.

Moreover, Weber knows what he wants to get out of university, but has no specific schools in mind.

“[I] would like to become a Marine Biologist so attending a school by the ocean would be fantastic,” explained the Junior Mustang. “Of course they need to have a great football program too.”

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