NLL RECAP: BCJALL Players Make Impact
A number of former BCJALL players walked away with league and team awards in what was a shortened NLL season. Here's a look at a few of those awards.
TRANSITION PLAYER OF THE YEAR - CHALLEN ROGERS, TORONTO ROCK
The former Coquitlam Adanac has built himself quite a resume over his short time in the league, winning the top transition player award for a consecutive season. Rogers scored 11 goals and had 14 assists while winning 51 loose balls. Rogers plays all sorts of roles for the Rock, including on Special Teams.
ALL-ROOKIE TEAM - RYLAND REES, ROCHESTER KNIGHTHAWKS
Rees made an immediate impact on the expansion franchise with his solid defensive play as well as in transition. He was also named the team's top rookie.
TOP SCORER & MVP - MITCH JONES
Jones has only continued to improve during his tenure with the Vancouver Warriors, and capped it off with his most successful season yet from a statistical standpoint. Jones secured the MVP of the Warriors for a second consecutive season, and it's easy to see why. He lead the club in scoring with 28 goals and 46 assists. He was also willing to put in the dirty work, finishing second with 89 loose balls.