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BC Lions Bolster Training Camp Roster, Former Eagles WR Travis Fulgham

3 Key Points

  • BC Lions sign four American players, including receivers Travis Fulgham and Stanley Berryhill III, and running back Ronald Awatt.
  • Travis Fulgham comes with NFL experience, including a standout 2020 season with the Philadelphia Eagles.
  • New signees bring a mix of NFL practice roster and college football achievements to the BC Lions’ training camp.

BC Lions Announce New Training Camp Additions

The BC Lions have officially expanded their roster with the inclusion of four American athletes, enhancing the team’s depth as they prepare for the upcoming season. Among the new recruits are two wide receivers, Travis Fulgham and Stanley Berryhill III, another receiver, Milton Wright, and running back, Ronald Awatt.

Experienced Wide Receiver Fulgham Joins the Fold

At six-foot-two and weighing 215 pounds, Travis Fulgham possesses significant professional gameplay experience, including a notable performance with the Philadelphia Eagles. In his remarkable 2020 NFL season, Fulgham secured 38 catches, accumulating 538 yards and contributing four touchdowns over 13 games. His professional journey has also included stints on practice squads from Miami to Green Bay.

Stanley Berryhill III’s Collegiate Prowess

Standing five-foot-nine and 182 pounds, Stanley Berryhill III was a force at the University of Arizona with notable stats: 133 receptions and 1,359 yards in addition to his seven touchdowns. Not only a receiver, Berryhill III has shown versatility, contributing in rushes and punt returns, which earned him All-Pac-12 honors.

Milton Wright and Ronald Awatt Enhance Lions’ Arsenal

Milton Wright, at six-foot-three, joins after a recent training camp experience with the Los Angeles Chargers. His time with Purdue boasted 99 receptions, over 1,300 yards, and ten touchdowns. Ronald Awatt, meanwhile, at 213 pounds, impressed at the University of Texas El-Paso, rushing over 1,700 yards and scoring 11 touchdowns in his college tenure.

These signings point to the BC Lions’ strategy of diversifying their offense and creating a dynamic training camp atmosphere. With the infusion of both polished professionals and promising college standouts, the team is set to challenge competitors in the upcoming season.

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