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U19 Varsity Draft 2022

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Similar to the NFL, the Kiwanis Football League (KFL) offers coaches of the five existing teams of U19 Varsity category to add players from other schools to their rosters in a fair and equitable manner.  The purpose is also to give students who have never played contact football or who are not enrolled in a "mother" or "host" school to participate.  Teams usually draft bigger kids while relying on their host school students for talent at other skill positions.  A total of 45 students were assigned to teams through the Draft of 2022 from a pool of approximately 120 eligible athletes.  The first five picks of the first round were:  1. Kiwanis Kolts (Tomás Carles), 2. Balboa Dragons (Gustavo Layne), 3. La Salle Spartans (Lucas Montenegro), 4. AIP Owls (Denis Espinoza), and 5. Brader Raiders (Shawn Leal).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jose "Curls" Perez

Class of 2023

Jose "Curls" Perez is a student athlete of Panama starting his second year of Varsity football with the Balboa Academy Dragons of the Kiwanis Football League. The son of a former Major League Baseball player, Jose is currently an the 11th grade student at the renown Canadian International School of Panama where he maintains a 4.5 GPA. He is an experienced player of Flag football as a wide receiver and defensive back. "Curls" maintains dual citizenship with Canada and Panama.

                                                                         

                       

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