Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: Sturgeon looking to learn

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Positions:
Defensive End, Running Back

Height/Weight:
5’7”, 135 lbs

Teams:
Sarnia Sturgeons (OFC)

Commitment:
None

Official Visits:
None

Considerations:
Open

Class:
2020

Aiden Wildfong started his career in 2013 in the Sarnia Minor Athletic Association (SMAA) football league as a defensive end.

“I loved it from the start and know this is a game I would like to play for a long time,” said Aiden.

Currently, he plays for the Sarnia Sturgeons in the Ontario Football Conference (OFC).

For this year’s Ontario Prospect Challenge, Aiden has great ambitions.

“My goals for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) are first to make the team and help the team win,” explained Aiden. “I hope to learn a thing or two from all the coaches to take back to the Sturgeons.”

During the offseason, he does 150 to 200 push ups a day, and rides a stationary bike or jogs for an hour as his cardio training.

His role model is Marshawn Lynch of the Seattle Seahawks because he is a beast and he knows what he is doing.

“I love to play football because it is fun and the team aspect of it as well, meeting new people who become friends and learning new things from coaches who teach me to be the best player I can,” said the defensive end, who also plays as a running back.

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