CFL invites Anthony Lukca to draft evaluation camp
Lukca, a 22-year-old physical education major from St. Laurent, Que., led the nation in tackles in 2007 and ranked second in 2008. The 5-foot-9, 186-pound defensive back registered 180 total tackles, seven interceptions and three knockdowns in 29 career contests with the Redmen.
Among his tackles was 7.5 for loss and one quarterback sack. He also recorded five forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one blocked punt.
The CFL prospects feature 17 players from CIS institutions, including two apiece from both Regina, Queen’s and Calgary, plus one each from McGill, Montreal, Laval, Bishop’s, Ottawa, Windsor, Acadia, St. Francis Xavier, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Waterloo.
In total, some 50 players from the CIS and NCAA are expected to attend the camp and work out in front of coaches, player personnel directors, general managers and scouts from all eight CFL teams.