Ontario Prospect Challenge Profile: WR/SB hoping to improve skill level

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Wide Receiver, Slotback

5’3”, 115 lbs

Cambridge Lions (bantam: OVFL)


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Drake Davis has been playing football for five years after starting out in AAA baseball.

Drake thought about trying out for football and has not looked back since.

He currently plays with the bantam Cambridge Lions in the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL).

During the offseason, the wide receiver/slotback enjoys snowboarding, which is also a good leg workout.

The Lion also attends some offseason camps and works out in his home gym a few times a week. As well as playing football at school as much as he can.

“The goals I have for the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC) would be to hopefully make the team, but the end goal is to improve my skill level,” said Drake.

The Lions football idol is Michael Irvin because he was a fantastic wide receiver and he gave everything he had every time he played.

The bond he had with his teammates was incredible, the way he caught the ball and the way he ran down the field is just awesome.

“He was an amazing player, leader, as well as an amazing person,” added the Lion.

“I love playing football, there is nothing like the glory of a victory, the excitement that you get from catching a deep pass, the fantastic feeling you get from running down the field for a TD,” commented the wide receiver/slotback.

“I do love the camaraderie of being part of a team,” said Drake.

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