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Dylan Tondreau – SLAM – NV – 2025 – OLB shows Physicality earning MVP at the NUC All-West Elite Prospect Camp !!!

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Dylan Tondreau Slam Charter Henderson, Nevada 2025 OLB/TE 6.0" - 185 40 - 5.1 Shuttle - 4.63 Broad Jump - 9.4" MVP NUC All-West Elite prospect Camp X - @dylantondreau

Dylan Tondreau: Slam Academy Football: 2025 LB named All-West Elite Prospect Camp MVP !!!

Dylan Tondreau, a current Junior at SLAM Charter School in Henderson, Nevada recently attended the All-West Elite Prospect Camp presented by NUC Sports and walked away with some MVP hardware.  The Prospect Camp showcased some of the West’s top football playing talent from middle school through high school.  Players participated in NFL Combine like drills, agility work, individual positional skills, and one on one competition periods.  Overall, Tondreau turned heads and is now being looked at as one of the area’s top players.

Dylan, a 2025 prospect, attends SLAM Charter School in Nevada.  The 10 year old charter school is based around sports, SLAM stands for Sports Management and  Leadership.  The mission statement states “ The mission of Sports Leadership and Management of Nevada (SLAM NV) is to prepare students for postsecondary studies and careers through an engaging educational program emphasizing sports leadership and management career preparation.”  

Tondreau had a fantastic day dominating all phases of the event.  He ran solid times, clocking a 5.1 in the 40, a 4.63 shuttle, and had a broad jump of 9.4”.  In the competition phase he played fast.  Dylan has played both sides of the ball at SLAM, offensively as a TE and defensively as an OLB/EDGE guy, excelling at both.  When asked which side of the ball he prefers, “Everyone loves to score touchdowns, but there is just something about making a big hit that feels different!”

In terms of physical ability, at 6.0” 185 pounds, his speed may be his best attribute.  As a LB he used his strength and power to press and jam opponents at the line of scrimmage throwing opponents off.  Dylan displayed great foot and hand work when it came to placement on his strike.  He used his athleticism to throw WR’s off their routes which disrupted the timing from the QB.  His angles in coverage were precise with very little extra movement.  

It will be exciting to see how Tondreau continues to develop and becomes older, wiser and more mature on and off the court.  His ability to play multiple positions allows him to see more reps and more plays which will benefit him in his upcoming season. 

A little Q & A !!!

Why Football ?

“I started wrestling when I was 6 years old and Football is the closest thing I can get in regards to the physicality and work you hafta put in”

Why do you think other athletes should participate in NUC EVENTS ?

“The coaches were really cool and they made the drills fun and competitive!”

What is your favorite subject in school ?

Sports Medicine

G.P.A.

3.1

Favorite cereal ?

Frosted Flakes or Special K

Favorite NFL Team ?

Denver Broncos

Favorite NFL Player ?

Von Miller and Nick Bosa

Quote to Live by 

“Somebody gives you an opportunity you say yes, so what if you fail, you won’t if your fail or succeed unless you try” – Ann Meyers

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