Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Panther looking to showcase his talents (VIDEO)

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Positions:
Offensive Line

Height/Weight:
6’5”, 280 lbs

Teams:
Cumberland Panthers (OVFL)

Commitment:
None

Official Visits:
None

Considerations:
Open

Class:
2018

Nolan Cole has played five seasons with the Orleans Bengals in the National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA).

During that time he played all five offensive line positions, won the MVP Offence award in 2015 and played on the All-Star East team.

He has also played two seasons in the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) with the Cumberland Panthers.

Nolan played the offensive line positions of left guard, right guard and more primarily, left tackle.

Moreover, the Panther has also played with Team Ontario at the International Bowl in Arlington, Texas in January 2015, playing as centre and left tackle.

He also participated in the Spalding Cup in Montreal later that year in July, and was awarded Player of the Game.

Nolan also was a part of last years Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) playing offensive line for the East junior varsity team.

For this year’s OPC, his goals are, “to work with some great coaches, to showcase my talent and to have some fun.”

During the offseason, Nolan works on his football skills at the Canadian Football Institute.

The Panther also plays 7-on-7 with the Quarterback Club and has been a part of the Junior Ravens football program at Carleton University for the past three years.

Nolan also plays on his high school basketball team and works out at the school gym.

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