Lineman Lentz’s aggressive summer


Ram standout already has recruitment specific goals.

Lethbridge Collegiate Rams lineman hasn’t had a lot of downtime this summer.

Tyler Lentz

Defensive Line (tackle), Offensive Line

6’0”, 250lbs

Lethbridge Collegiate Institute (LCI) Rams (high school: SAHSFL)
Lethbridge Coyotes (SAMFA)


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Tyler has played in the Southern Alberta Minor Football Association (SAMFA) with the Lethbridge Coyotes in the past.

Currently, he plays for the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute (LCI) Rams in the Southern Alberta High School Football League (SAHSFL).

“Making Team Alberta and having the honour of playing in Texas against Team USA in January 2016,” says Tyler of highlight of this year. “Also, making Bantam Bowl and winning that game 31-13.”

To improve for the upcoming season the Ram plans to build muscle and get into the best condition possible.

Over the summer,Tyler will be working on his footwork, and hopefully attending the Calgary Dino’s Camp this August in Calgary. He will also be working with his trainer to improve on his abilities and strength.

The Rams lineman has not gotten a chance to experience the recruitment process yet, but he hopes to have a better idea of where to go after his experience with the provincial team.

“I want to graduate with my teammates, get a good scholarship to a good college or university and hopefully play professional football,” explains Tyler.

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The most influential person in Tyler’s life is his mother.

“She is always pushing me to do my best in everything I do, she teaches me that character and morals are the most important thing to bring to my team,” comments the Rams’ standout.

Moreover, the player looks up to NFL star player, JJ Watt of the Houston Texans.

“He is an amazing player, he leaves all animosity toward opposing players on the field,” adds Tyler. “He has strong morals and a character I look up to and try my hardest to achieve.”

The Rams’ standout considers himself to be a hard worker who always gives his best to his team and never takes no for an answer.

“I try to be a role model and leader to my team, and listen to my coach’s advice since they have been in my position and wanted the same future as me,” says Tyler.


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