REC Mueller’s offseason preparations (VIDEO)

Rams standout on the hunt for potential CIS suitors

There has been no offseason for Lacombe Composite Rams receiver David Mueller.

David Mueller

Receiver, Linebacker, Defensive Back (Safety)

6’0, 208 lbs

Lacombe Composite Rams (high school: ASAA)
Prairie Fire (midget: CAMFA)
Lacombe Atom Chargers
Lacombe Peewee Explosion
Lacombe Bantam Raiders


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David Mueller first stepped on the gridiron as a member of the Lacombe Atom chargers and instantly fell in love with the game.

“I played for the Lacombe Atom Chargers, Lacombe Peewee Explosion, Lacombe Bantam Raiders, Prairie Fire midget of the CAMFA, and currently for the Lacombe Composite High School Rams.

In addition, Mueller has also been a member of the under-18 team Alberta squad, he represented Parkland at the Alberta Summer Games, and will be returning to Football Canada Cup this summer.

The receiver/linebacker recalls the highlight of last season as simply getting the opportunity to showcase his talent in front of some of his biggest supporters.

“The highlight of last season for me was just being able to play at home in front of all my family and friends.”

As for the recruitment process, Mueller remains patient and is enjoying every moment, one day at a time.

“I have enjoyed the recruitment process so far. It has been cool to realize that years of hard work has put me in sight of achieving my goals of playing post-secondary football,” said Mueller.  “I’m open to all considerations, including current schools from the Canada West, OUA, AUS, and RSEQ.”

“Academics will have a big part in my choice of University.”

Mueller’s influences include his guardians as well as former Calgary Stampeders and current Montreal Alouettes’ receiver Nik Lewis.

“The most influential people in my life would be my mom, uncle, and grandparents. I aspire to play a game similar to Nik Lewis,” said Mueller.

In the meantime, Mueller continues to train, preparing himself for a stellar finale to his high school career as well as ensuring that he is able to play university football while pursuing a degree.

“I train train days a week with a mix of weights, speed/agility, and cardio. I will be attending Football Canada Cup to get some high level coaching, and competition. I am also going to stick to my current training regimen.”

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