CJFLer LB, CFC100 RB now part of Regina Ram herd

Regina welcomes 2 local commits to their team.

Layne Hull, linebacker from Yorkton Regional High School and CFC100 Semba Mbasela, a running back from Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School, will be staying in the province of their birth after signing with the Regina Rams.

Layne Hall

Courtesy of Layne Hull.

Layne Hall has been far removed from high school, having spent four years with the Okanagan Sun in the Canadian Junior Football League. It’s about time that he returns back to Saskatchewan.

“I chose Regina because it’s close to home, the football program is second to none, the players and coaches are very welcoming and there is lots of opportunities here,” he said. He is originally from Willowbrook, Saskatchewan, which is a small village northwest of Regina.

The 6’0, 210lbs future kinesiology student has his sights on the pros. He feels the Rams will help him get there. “The coaching staff is very knowledgeable and approachable and are willing to help me achieve my goal, which is hopefully the CFL,” Hall said.

He has quite the list of achievements in his career. His team recognized him for his play at linebacker in 2015. The same year, he was the Canadian Bowl MVP and a Cullen Cup champion. The next year, he was a team MVP and best linebacker. He also won the BCFC linebacker and defensive player of the year. His stellar play also landed him BCFC All-Canadian honours.

Semba Mbasela

CFC100 Semba Mbasela will be staying home when he attends Regina. He has played for the CFC50 LeBoldus Golden Suns in the Regina High Schools Athletic Association. He is 5’8, 168lbs.

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