Langley’s Lund lands with Lions

A third BC Football Conference star has been invited to the BC Lions rookie camp, taking place later this month in Kamloops.

A third BC Football Conference star has been invited to hang with the Lions.

Nathan Lund of the Langley Rams has been invited to BC Lions Rookie Camp that begins May 28 in Kamloops.

Lund excelled in his first year with the Rams, helping them earn a third straight trip to the Cullen Cup championship game.

The running back led the BCFC with an average of 10.6 yards a carry, rushing 66 times during the regular season, amassing 699 yards and seven touchdowns.

The Coquitlam native was used in the return game as well.  He returned 20 punts for 205 yards, averaging 10.3 yards a return. He returned 10 kickoffs for 316 yards and had an 80 yard return for a touchdown.

Lund joins teammate Anthony Daley and Kamloops Broncos receiver Derek Yachison at Lions Rookie Camp.

Lions Main Camp will kick off June 1.

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