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Super speed would come in handy for this Sault Sabercats quarterback

In our latest Q&A session, we caught up with varsity Sault Sabercats quarterback Jordan Robinson-Wright
2019-06-08 Sabercats vs. Hamilton BC (3)
Sault Sabercats quarterback Jordan Robinson-Wright. Brad Coccimiglio/SooToday

As the Sault Sabercats varsity team prepares to wrap up regular season action in the Ontario Football Conference, the program has produced a number of quality players over the years.

Current Sabercats quarterback Jordan Robinson-Wright hopes to be a member of the next wave.

SooToday recently caught up with Robinson-Wright for our latest Q&A session.

Q: What’s your first sports memory?

JRW: Probably when I was in timbits soccer. I scored with my knee on a goal. It was my first ever goal and I went absolutely berserk about it. It was awesome.

Q: What other sports are you interested in that people wouldn’t expect?

JRW: Probably soccer.

Q: Who are three people, dead or alive, that you would like to have dinner with and why?

JRW: Definitely Baker Mayfield. He’s my favourite quarterback.

Kevin Hart and The Rock (Dwayne Johnson).

Q: Aside from something in sports, what non-sports career are you interested in and why?

JRW: Marine biology for sure.

Q: What person, living or dead, do you admire most and why?

JRW: My mom. She works hard to provide for me and get me to play sports like football.

Q: If you could be commissioner for a day, what changes would you make to the sport?

JRW: I would probably change the roughing the passer rule a little bit. It’s a little soft on quarterbacks recently.

Q: What’s the most important life lesson you’ve learned?

JRW: Probably to ask questions to better myself and not be afraid to ask questions.

Q: What’s something people would be surprised to learn about you?

JRW: I’m actually somewhat lazy a lot of the time.

Q: If you could have any super power, what would it be?

JRW: Probably super speed. I want to run fast.

Q: If you were stranded on an island, what three things would you bring with you?

JRW: Fresh water. A football. And a friend that I could play catch with.


Brad Coccimiglio

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A graduate of Loyalist College’s Sports Journalism program, Brad Coccimiglio’s work has appeared in The Hockey News as well as online at in addition to regular freelance work with SooToday before joining the team full time.
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