Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Predator looking for exposure (VIDEO)

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Defensive End

5’9”, 194 lbs

Twin Cities Predators (junior varsity: OFC)


Official Visits:

Waterloo, Wilfred Laurier, Open


Matthew Morgado started playing football in 2012 for the Kitchener Warhawks on the defensive line.

In 2013, he played as a defensive end for the bantam Twin Cities Predators in the Ontario Football Conference (OFC).

The following year he played for Grand River Collegiate, participated in the Twin Cities Pro Camp and the bantam Predators.

This past year, he played for Grand River Collegiate again and for the junior varsity Predators.

His goal for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) is, “to gain exposure and experience.”

During the offseason the defensive end has a personal trainer that helps with conditioning, footwork and strength training.

Matthew also religiously goes to the gym.

His football idol is JJ Watt because of his overall athletic ability and given his size he has unprecedented speed.

The Predator loves football because he likes the thrill, adrenaline rush of the sport, and enjoys the health and physical improvements during training and conditioning.

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