Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: WR/QB aiming for McMaster

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Wide Receiver, Quarterback, Kicker
6’0, 145 lbs
Niagara Spears (OVFL).
A.N. Myer Marauders (high school: NRHSAA)


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Dallas Bone has been playing the sport since the age of eight in minor football.

In the past, he has played travel football with the Niagara Generals.

Dallas is currently still playing travel ball with the Niagara Spears in the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) as a wide receiver.

The Gr. 10 is also currently plays quarterback for his high school team, the A.N. Myer Marauders of the Niagara Region High School Ahtletic Association (NRHSAA).

“There really is no offseason with football camps and working out,” says Dallas, who also plays sports like soccer and track and field to keep him improving.

The Marauders standout’s goals for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) are to challenge himself, as well as gain more experience by playing with and against stronger competition.

“[I] love to play for the feeling of being part of a team and the competition,” commented Dallas, who is also a kicker for both his teams.

His gridirion hero is his father.

“I know how hard he worked to play and I want to work as hard to go as far or further than him,” said Dallas.

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