Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Panther QB on the prowl for recognition

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Positions:
Quarterback

Height/Weight:
6’0, 165 lbs

Teams:
Cumberland Panthers (OVFL)
Nepean Eagles (NCAFA)

Commitment:
None

Official Visits:
None

Considerations:
Open

Class:
2019

Ryan Licandro has played eight seasons of football this far in his career.

The quarterback played with the Nepean Eagles in the National Capital Amateur Football Association (NCAFA) for six seasons.

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

Moreover, Ryan has travelled to Philadelphia for a combine and finished in the first string category.

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The Panther’s goal for this year’s Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) is, “to gain recognition and play with the best competition.”

During the offseason, he trains with a professional quarterback coach and he’s planning to work with Gridiron Academy.

Tom Brady is Ryan’s football role model because he makes quick reads, is very accurate and knows what the defence is doing all the time.

“I love football because it gets me excited more than anything in the world,” said Ryan.

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