Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Panther on the Prowl

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Positions: Defensive End, Long snapper, Fullback, Offensive Line
Height/Weight: 6’0, 195 lbs
Team: Cambridge Lions (bantam: OVFL), Preston Panthers (high school:  WCSSAA)
Commitment: None
Official Visits: None
Considerations: Open
Class: 2018

Adam Guillemette started playing house league football at the age of 11 in the Cambridge Minor Football Association (CMFA).

For the past three years, the defensive end has progressed to more competitive levels. This past year, he played for the bantam Cambridge Lions of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL).  During his time there, he was a captain in both the spring and fall seasons.

This past fall, he played for the Preston Panthers of the Waterloo County Secondary School Athletics Association (WCSSAA).

Last May, he also attended the Ray Guy Kicking and Long Snapping camp in Tampa, Florida.

“In the offseason I try to do as much strength and conditioning training as I can,” added Guillemette.

For the past two years, he has been doing a three days a week training program that is specifically designed for football, as well as participating in various camps and programs, such as the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC), to help him improve for the upcoming season.

“My goals for the OPC are to meet other players with the same goal as mine, improve as a player and expand my football knowledge,” said the Panthers standout, who also hopes to find himself on the CFC 100 list in his graduating year.

“To me, part of being a great football player means continuously improving with every practice and game,” explained the defensive end. “Making the CFC 100 list would mean my efforts have been recognized.”

Guillemette loves football because it is the only sport he will never get tired of playing.

“The idea of getting on the football field and doing whatever it takes to make my team better makes me really happy,” said Guillemette.


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