All rise! Cameron Judge is officially a member of the Saskatchewan Roughriders after signing with the C-F-L team Sunday.
The 22-year-old Californian was the second overall pick in last month's C-F-L Draft. He joined the Green and White Friday in Vancouver after completing his final exams at U-C-L-A. Following is the news release from the Riders...
DATE: June 18, 2017
RELEASE TIME: IMMEDIATELY
ROUGHRIDERS SIGN SECOND OVERALL CFL DRAFT SELECTION CAMERON JUDGE
The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced they have signed national linebacker Cameron Judge.
Judge (6’2 – 235 lbs.) was selected by the Riders in the first round (2nd overall) of the 2017 CFL Draft after spending four seasons at UCLA. The 22-year-old California resident played 47 collegiate games while with the Bruins, picking up 46 defensive tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, one forced fumble and one interception.
Judge missed Roughriders training camp as he completed final exams and attended graduation at UCLA. He is expected to be on field as the Riders open week one practice on Monday.