The CanadaFootballChat.com Prospect Game features the top 70 Canadian high school football players who are on track to qualify as a ’National’ in the Canadian Football League (CFL). The 2022 games age group will include players born in 2005 and 2006. The top 70 athletes come to Ottawa to work with Canadian coaches in a series of events including practices and the game. The head coaches for the 2022 CFC Prospect Game have yet to be announced, but will feature popular TSN analysts such as Henry Burris and Matt Dunigan from year one of the event.
The athletes are selected by a selection committee comprised of a who’s who of Canadian Football. The athletes are invited to selection camps in their geographic area and the selection committee then evaluates the athletic measurable and game, selection camp video.
The CanadaFootballChat.com Prospect Game is the first football prospect game to be televised on a National television network (TSN).
To be the best high school football recruiting media and events company focusing on player advocacy. Canadafootballchat.com was established in 2010, and quickly became the top recruiting resource for high school football players and scouts.
In 2013, to increase the quantity and quality of its media coverage, CFC introduced the CFCINSIDER, a subscription membership. Later that same year CFC launched it’s first event, the Ontario Prospect Challenge, which is now a national event called the FOX40 PROSPECT CHALLENGE (FPC). After taking a year off due to the pandemic, we will return this year with the FPC West Coast Challenge in Richmond B.C. from march 11th-13th.
The CFC100 Prospect Rankings were first produced in 2014. Since prospects became age eligible for the CFL Draft, over 100 ranked prospects have been selected in the pros, not to mention dozens of free agents who signed later on.
The newest and biggest event is the ‘Canadafootballchat.com Prospect Game’ which was broadcast on The Sports Network (TSN) in June of 2019. This exciting event featured players born in 2002 or later and on track to qualify as a “National” in the CFL.