Destination: California

CFC Top 100 Lenius opts for prep route.

CFC Top 100’s Brayden Lenius has decided to go south of the border to continue his football career.

The 6’5, 202 pound wide receiver will leave British Columbia to attend Chaminade West Hills, a private preparatory school in California.  Not only will he dress for the football Eagles, but also the school’s basketball squad.

Lenius joins the Eagles after a successful high school career with the Carson Graham Eagles of the British Columbia High School Football Association (BCHSFA).  This past season, the wider receiver played a pivotal role in the successful comeback campaign the Eagles mounted to win the Buchanan Bowl.  In the 22-19 victory, Lenius scored all three touchdowns for the team.

In 2011, the British Columbia offensive standout was a member of Canadian all-star squad that competed at the Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl against the Americans.  For his stellar play, Lenius was named game MVP.

As a member of Team British Columbia, Lenius guided the team to a 38-13 victory over USA at the 2013 FBU All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas.

For the next couple of months, the wide receiver will continue to train while attending identification camps on both sides of the border.

Due to transfer rules, Lenius will have to sit out the opening month of the CIF season.


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One Comment

  1. Avatar Daved Benefield says:

    I was very excited to help Brayden get into the proper academic and football environment early. Daved Benefield

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