Rams invited to Lions training camp

 

The window is open for a handful of Langley Rams to possibly play professional football in their home province.

For the third consecutive year, the BC Lions have opened their doors to the British Columbia Football Conference.  

A total of 15 BCFC players – including five Rams – have received invitations to the Lions Spring Evaluation Camp, taking place in April, and there are more invitations expected to be sent out.

The Lions will record each player’s height and weight along with bench press, broad jump and vertical. They will follow the same testing procedures that occur at the CFL and NFL combines.

Among the 15 junior football invitees are Rams offensive lineman Anthony Daley, defensive lineman Evan Foster, running back Nathan Lund, kicker Steve Thomas, and wide receiver Malcolm Williams.

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