Ontario Prospect Challenge TOP 100 Profile: Griese looking at CIS

Today CFC features Ontario Prospect Challenge participant Luke Griese. Luke  is one of 600 players who will be participating in the TOP 100 CAMPS in April.

Position: Defensive back

Height/Weight: 5’11″/175 lbs

School Status as of September 2013: Grade 12

Current Team(s): Huron Heights

The Ontario Prospect Challenge tryout phase is over, and now many are anticipating the TOP 100 camps that will happen this spring. Defensive back, Luke Griese, came out to test his skills against Ontario’s best players.

After starting his football career in grade 9, Griese has been on the football field for six consecutive years.

“I choose to participate because I thought it would be a good place to develop my skills with all the great coaches and competing against top caliber players”, says Griese. “I also hope that it will help me get noticed by some universities in hopes to play in the CIS.”

“My goals are to win region championship this year and then go on to win the bowl game that would follow. Other goals I have are to make the OPC team and get scouted by CIS universities. My long term goal is to make it to the CIS where I can continue playing the sport that I love and also getting an education.”

Griese was a named OVFL All-Star (JV) in 2012, and won the Metro Bowl Championship with Huron Heights last year.

Tryouts (Phase 1) for the Ontario Prospect Challenge completed in 2013.  April TOP 100 Camps & May Game has been scheduled.

Stay tuned to Canadafootballchat.com for more OPC player profiles.



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