Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: WR enjoys push to become better

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Wide Receiver

5’10, 150 lbs

Cambridge Lions (OVFL)
Jacob Hespeler Hawks (high school: WCSSAA)


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Seth Robertson has played for the 2013 fall Cambridge Wolverines, where they won the Division 2 provincial championship.

The following year, the wide receiver played spring football and again on the 2015 spring Cambridge Lions bantam team, where they won a provincial championship.

Seth has also played for Jacob Hespeler Secondary School’s junior team, where they won the WCSSAA championship.

Moreover, last year was his first time playing in the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC).

“I played last year and enjoyed what the coaches has to offer and all of the new things I was taught,” said Seth. “Also, I enjoyed being able to meet other players from other teams and play at that higher level of football with them.”

“I enjoy the competition and to push myself higher and higher to become a better player,” added the wide receiver.

During the offseason, he works out every day after school at his high school, where the coaches set a schedule of what to do.

On Fridays, they do more football drills instead of their regular workout, while on Tuesday and Thursday he goes to Next Level Performance Training (NLPT).

NLPT is an hour-long session consisting of 30 minutes doing power training and 30 minutes doing conditioning and agility work.

Seth’s football role model is Jerry Rice because he always strived to be the best he could be and put in extra work to stay on top of everyone else.

“It really inspires me to show the same work ethic and be that committed to being successful in my football career,” explained the Lion.

“I love playing football because of the rush of adrenaline it gives you and being able to be a part of a team that has players who want to win, have fun and become better players,” said the wide receiver.

“I also like all of the strategy that is a part of football and learning new concepts from the coaches,” continued Seth.


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