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Rams invited to Lions spring camp

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Langley Rams' Evan Foster (photo left, #90) and Anthony Daley (photo right, #50) are among the five Rams players invited to the B.C. Lions spring evaluation camp next month.
— image credit: Gary Ahuja/Langley Times file photos

Five members of the Langley Rams are going camping.

The five were among 15 invited from the B.C. Football Conference to attend the B.C. Lions spring evaluation camp in April.

Attending the camp from the Langley junior football team will be offensive lineman Anthony Daley, defensive lineman Evan Foster, running back Nathan Lund, wide receiver Malcolm Williams and kicker Steve Thomas.

Daley and Foster are both coming off all-Canadian seasons, the second straight year they earned the distinction.

Daley still has two years of junior eligibility, while Foster has graduated.

His final season in Langley was a memorable one, as he set a new Canadian Football League record with 16 quarterback sacks. He also had 15 tackles, two fumble recoveries and was both the BCFC defensive player of the year and the outstanding defensive lineman.

Daley won the league's top offensive lineman award.

Williams earned a league all-star award for the second straight year after finishing with 34 receptions, 638 yards and nine touchdowns. He still has two seasons of eligibility.

Thomas, who enters his last season of junior, also made the all-star team for his position after going 15-for-21 on field goal attempts and a perfect 49-for-49 on convert attempts.

Lund was first in the league with a 10.6 average yards per rush and was second with seven rushing touchdowns. He finished the season with 66 carries for 699 yards, which placed him fourth. Those numbers are even more impressive because of the fact he was the third rushing option on the Langley team.

Last season was his first with the Rams and in the league.

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