Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: WR hopes to continue playing

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Wide Receiver

6’0, 150 lbs

Toronto Jr. Argonauts (OFC)


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Dennis Rossler started out playing flag football in Grade 7 and 8 in his elementary school, St. Martin de Porres.

The wide receiver made the switch to tackle in Grade 11 with the Toronto Jr. Argonauts in the Ontario Football Conference (OFC).

During the offseason, he reflects on the things he needs to improve on.  He plans to use the Ontario Prospect Challenge as a way to get ready for the upcoming season.

“My goals for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) is to showcase my ability all over Ontario and North America,” said Dennis, who hopes to continue playing the sport after he graduates.

The Jr. Argos standout role model is Jerry Rice because he has the ability to catch the ball at an angle and is always ready to improve on his mistakes.

Overall, he is passionate about the game for a few reasons.

“I love football because it’s a unique sport and everybody gets to showcase the ability they can perform to and what position they’re good at,” commented the wide receiver.

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