Ghostly defence

Ghosts’ standout has scheduled official AUS visit.

In the coming days, Galt Collegiate Ghosts’ linebacker Cameron Lussier will be experiencing a little Atlantic hospitality.

Cameron Lussier

Positions:
Linebacker, Fullback

Height/Weight:
6’0, 225 lbs

Teams:
Galt Ghosts (high school:  WCSSAA)
Cambridge Lions (OVFL)

Commitment:
None

Official Visits:
None

Considerations:
York, Saint Mary’s, Open

Class:
2015

Cameron began his career with the Cambridge Lions of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL) in 2008. For the past six seasons, he has played for both the Lions and the Galt Ghosts of the Waterloo County Secondary School Athletic Association (WCSSAA).

The linebacker has previously been a defensive captain for the Ghosts for four seasons and has been selected as a WCSSAA All Star two straight times.. Additiionally, Cameron has been named Ghosts MVP and Ghosts Defensive MVP.

The highlight of Cameron’s 2014 season was guiding the Ghosts to a semi-final appearance but were eliminated. Despite the defeat,Cameron considers his final season a success.

The defensive standout credits his coaches with his continued development and success.

“The most influential people in football and in my life are two of my high school coaches and good friends Andrew Nowak and Terry Babb,” says the Ghosts’ linebacker. “ They have helped to shape me into the person and player that I am today”.

As for future plans, Cameron has academic and career goals he would like to achieve.

“I am planning to go to school in order to study criminology or sociology and become a police officer,” says Cameron.

Currently, the Ghosts standout is considering York and Saint Mary’s. He will be making a trip out East in the coming days to visit the AUS school located in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

In the meantime, he will be training hard to prepare for the fall season.

“My plans for this summer are to play for the Cambridge Lions and to work on bulking up while maintaining my speed,” says Cameron. “I need to get faster and improve my agility.”

 

 

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