Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: OL ready to play

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Offensive Line

5’10, 250 lbs

Orleans Bengals (NCAFA)
Cumberland Panthers (OVFL)


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Julian Ford’s currently plays for the Orleans Bengals in the National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA) and the Cumberland Panthers in the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL).

The teams he has played for and all the coaches have been key in the offensive lineman’s development.

“I have grown just as much as a person as I have a player,” said Julian of his football experience.

During the offseason, he is going to go to the gym at least three times a week and go running. Julian will also be starting an offseason training program soon.


For the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC), his goals are to make the team and win the game.

“By playing in the OPC, I hope it will be a stepping stone to getting to the NCAA or a Division 1 team,” added the offensive lineman.

His role model is a famous Patriots quarterback.

“My role model is Tom Brady because everybody said he was not athletic enough and not good enough to be a starting quarterback and look at him now,” commented the Bengals standout.

Julian loves to play the sport because he likes to be aggressive and he likes the feeling of being on a team, as they have become his second family.


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