Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Spartan looking to develop (VIDEO)

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6’3”, 210lbs

Lorne Park Spartans (high school: ROPSSAA)
Mississauga Warriors (OVFL)


Official Visits:

Western, Guelph, Carleton, Queens, British Columbia, Toronto, York, Open

Alexander Lavric started playing football in Grade 9 for the Lorne Park Spartans of the Region of Peel Secondary School Athletic Association (ROPSSAA).

In Grade 10, he started at varsity as a quarterback and we won and the won the ROPSSAA and OFSAA championship, which they did again his Grade 11 year.

“This past year we had a good season, but lost the ROPSSAA final to an excellent St. Roch Raven football team,” said Alex.

He has also played in the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) for the last two seasons with the Mississauga Warriors.

“Obviously we would like to win the game but more importantly I look forward to learning a lot from the coaches and making new friends and teammates,” said the quarterback of the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC).

The 2017 graduate would also love to be on the #CFC100, as it would be an honour to be on the list and to be recognized.

During the offseason, Alex works out consistently by working on speed, strength and footwork.

“I also get together with my teammates to work on timing and passing,” added the Spartan. “I also attend camps in the offseason.”

Moreover, on the field his idol is Cam Newton because he overcame adversity even before he attended Auburn University and won the Heisman Trophy and the National Championship.

“Now as a pro he is very involved in the community and seems as though he is always having fun,” continued Alex.

The Spartan loves football because it is the ultimate team sport and he loves to be part of a team.

As a quarterback, he relishes in the responsibility that comes with the position.

“The life lessons learned from football such as teamwork, dedication, commitment and respect for your opponent are one’s that you can carry on throughout your life,” explained Alex.

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