Rosery establishing own legacy (VIDEO)

Titans standout in beginning stages of recruitment

Harry Ainlay Titans standout Jonathan Rosery hopes to continue a legacy and tradition,

Jonathan Rosery

Running Back, Slotback, Defensive Back (Safety), Special Teams

5’9, 179 lbs

Harry Ainlay Titans (high school: ASAA)
Edmonton Mustangs


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The Harry Ainlay program of the Alberta Schools Athletic Association (ASAA) has been responsible for producing some of the best players in the province.

Despite only entering the eleventh grade, Johnathan Rosery is among the few players that will extend the Titans program’s legacy of producing top talent.

The Edmonton native only recently began playing football in 2012 for the Edmonton Mustangs and has quickly been creating his own legacy as a slotback, running back, safety, and a return specialist.

“In those three years [with the Mustangs] I won two MVP awards now I play for the Harry Ainlay Titans for my grade 10 year and won Rookie of the Year,” added Rosery of his accomplishments,  “I have made four All-Star teams: Team Edmonton that competed in the 2014 Alberta Summer Games, Team North that competed in the Alberta Bantam Bowl, Ream Alberta under-16 that went down to Texas and competed against team USA and I recently made team Alberta under-18 that will compete in the Football Canada Cup come this July.”
The highlight of Rosery’s 2015 season was defeating the rival Austin O’Brian Catholic high school (AOB) in front of a stellar home crowed.

Rosery is quick to acknowledge the individuals responsible for influencing his life to get him to this point in his gridiron pursuit.

“My biggest influencers are my family, reflected Rosery. “They are always at my games to cheer me on and make sure I am okay.”

“They flew all the way down to Texas to come support me. And in football my teammate Tiamo Richards in the offseason he would always train me and teach me how to be a better and smarter football player.”

Rosery epitomizes speed like no other. The 5’9, 172 pound Titans’ standout is a threat to score whenever he touches the ball. As a returner and slotback, Rosery has the burst and top end speed to beat defenders to the corner on a consistent basis. As a safety, Rosery displays great range, covering sideline to sideline in breakneck speed.

Despite not yet being involved in the recruiting process as a graduate of the 2018 class, Rosery is making a case for himself on the field. In the meantime, Rosery continues to train in preparation of his junior season.

“The recruiting process has not started yet for me,” said Rosary. “Right now I’m just waiting for next year so offers will start coming in.”

“In the meantime, I’m working out after school with friends at a gym as well as going to morning workouts for Ainlay football. School wise, I am trying to keep my grades up because I don’t know what I want to do yet so I’m keeping my options open. Football wise, I want to go as far as possible.”

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