Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Stampeder looking for skills development (VIDEO)

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Positions:
Cornerback, Receiver

Height/Weight:
5’11”, 125 lbs

Teams:
Burlington Stampeders (OFC)
Hamilton Hurricanes (OFC)

Commitment:
None

Official Visits:
None

Considerations:
Open

Class:
2020

Cody MacNamara started playing football in 2008 at the age of six with the Burlington Minor Football Association.

The first few years he was playing house league, but in 2012 Cody started playing rep for the Burlington Stampeders in the Ontario Football Conference (OFC).

Cody played corner at the atom, peewee and bantam levels with the Stampeders.

Moreover, he also played with the Hamilton Hurricanes in the Ontario Football Conference (OFC) as a receiver over the summer of 2015.

Canes.Receiver # 10

Cody’s goal for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) is to make the West team so that he can continue to develop his skills as a football player.

During the offseason, he participates in local strength and conditioning programs that are football oriented.

He also pays other school sports, such as basketball, floorball and flag football.

“My footballidol is Luke Tasker from the Hamilton TigerCats,” said the Stampeder. “I think that he is a very consistent receiver that leaves it all on the field.”

“I think he would be a nightmare to defend against,” added Cody.

“I have always loved playing football because it is the ultimate team sport,” explained the Stampeder.

“I love the challenge of competition and enjoy preparing and game planning for the next game.”

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