Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: QB on hunt to prove (VIDEO)

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Quarterback, Slotback, Defensive End

5’6”, 155 lbs

Guelph Jr. Gryphons (GMFA)


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Thirteen-year-old Johnny Wegman has been playing football in the Guelph Minor Football Association (GMFA) since he was nine.

During that time he played a variety of positions including slotback and defensive end, but mostly quarterback.

This upcoming fall, Johnny will be starting at Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute and is looking forward to playing high school football.

“My goals for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) are to work hard and prove my abilities,” said Johnny.


“I want to learn more from different coaches and assistants and I want to work with other players who share the same desire as I do for working hard and succeeding,” added the quarterback.

During the offseason he runs with his dad and plays various sports for his school, such as basketball and volleyball.

On the field Johnny has a few idols, but they are all Guelph Gryphons.

Last year he enjoyed watching Jazz Lindsay and John Rush, but this year Johnny Augustine amazed him.

“I love to play football because it is so physical and I embrace the hard work that it involves,” explained Johnny, who likes being fast and strong.

“I also like strategizing and determining the most effective plays against the different teams we face,” commented the quarterback.

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