Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Predator to learn and work hard (VIDEO)

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Receiver, Quarterback

6’1, 172 lbs

Twin Cities Predators (OFC)
FHCI Trojans (high school: WCSSAA)


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Jared Letoile started his career with the Twin Cities Warhawks in the fall of 2013.

He then moved on to the Twin Cities Predators in the Ontario Football Conference (OFC), where he received Offensive MVP in 2014 and spent the 2015 season.

Moreover, he also played for two years in the Mid-West National Youth Football Championship in Clevland, Ohio, becoming champions this past year.

The receiver has also participated in two years at the high school level with the Forest Heights Collegiate Trojans of the Waterloo County Secondary School Athletic Association (WCSSAA).

In 2014, he played as tight end and received the Rookie of the Year award. The following Trojan season, he played as quarterback.

Jared Preds

Jared participated in the 2015 Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) and played as slotback for Team West.

His goals for this year’s OPC are to, “learn as much as I can from the coaches and work as hard as I can to become a better player.”

During the offseason, he participates in university and other professional football development camps.

The Predator also participates annually in the Warrior Dash and Bad Ass Dash obstacle adventure courses, as well as works out at the gym and running.

Jared’s football idol is Chad Owens, receiver for the Toronto Argonauts.

“I did a pro camp where he taught me about the game but also how to be a better person and strive for your goals,” added the Predator.

The receiver loves football because of the competition, the bond it creates between teammates, the excitement of the game and the big plays.

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