Ontario Prospect Challenge profile: Top 10 Expectations

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Positions: Defensive End/Tackle, Linebacker, Fullback, Long snapper
Height/Weight: 6’3”, 230lbs
Teams: North Halton Crimson Tide (OFC – junior varsity) and Christ the King Jaguars (senior – HSSAA)
Commitment: N/A
Official Visits: Carleton University
Considerations: Open
Class: 2017

Michael Allain’s goal for this year’s Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) is to become a leader both on and off the field.

Allain is currently playing senior football as a grade 10 for his high school team the Christ the King Jaguars of the Halton Secondary School Athletic Association (HSSAA).

For the past three years he has played with the North Halton Crimson Tide of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC).

During the offseason Allain works out at his local gym and has trained with Sport Specific Training (SST) in the past, which has helped him with his explosiveness. He also watches hours of game film to see what he can do better and what he does well, as well as watching professional football to try to learn from the players.

“I love to play football because football offers so many opportunities to [so] many people,” explains Allain. “I love the family feeling of the game, the feeling of having your players back and knowing he has yours.”

“I also love the rivalry between two teams and just having an all out battle whistle to whistle. The thing I love the most of all about football is sacking the opposing quarterback.”

The Crimson Tide also strives for a Top 10 ranking on the CFC 100 when the time comes.

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