CFC100 Cameron Mah pleased with his visit in the Prairies

When we last spoke with CFC100 Cameron Mah out of Notre Dame a couple weeks ago, he explained he’d never been to Saskatchewan – but had only heard good things. Well now he’s caught a glimpse of the football-crazed prairies with his own two eyes, so we caught up with Mah to get his impressions on the visit.

“There’s a small town feel and you can tell football is huge …”

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It was only a couple weeks ago that the Regina Rams emerged with an offer for Cameron Mah, and they wasted no time getting him acclimated to life in Saskatchewan. As mentioned previously, Mah had never been to Regina before this week, but he explained that the staff was nothing but welcoming from day one, and have helped to give him a better idea of what life as a Ram would be like. They’re going to be a in tight race for his services with Mah entertaining offers from Manitoba, Ottawa and Simon Fraser, so it’s better to jump on the train early than be chasing it out of the station.

Mah got the full treatment from the Rams staff, who were eager to show him around the facilities and the city,

“Coach Bryce and his staff have been so welcoming. Being able to watch practice and see their facilities and tour the campus was great. Regina’s a lot smaller than Vancouver and it’s super convenient to get from place to place. There’s a small town feel and you can tell football is huge in Regina.”

Mah was one of the best linebackers in the country as a junior, and should be expected to lead the Notre Dame Jugglers on defence yet again this season. Last year he racked up 116 tackles, 6.5 sacks, 2 interceptions and 7 forced fumbles, which was good enough to earn a spot on our CFC50 B.C All-Star Team.

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