Ravens add 2 to defensive core

Ravens add one provincial and one out-of-province commit to their 2019 class.

DeMarco Lambert, a linebacker from Notre Dame High School, and Logan Hall, a defensive back from Jacob Hespeler High School will be looking to absorb and learn as much as they can during their time with the Carleton Ravens.

DeMarco Lambert

DeMarco Lambert of Calgary, Alberta, has a long journey ahead of him to reach the nation’s capital. Standing at 6’0, 210lbs, he has played as a defensive end, defensive tackle and outside linebacker for the Notre Dame Pride (CHSAA).

Logan Hall

Logan Hall, like many young football players, has a dream, to play in the CFL. There is university football to be played first, however, and he has plans in the U Sports as well. Hall, who is interested in human kinetics, has his sights set on a Vanier Cup.

Hall began his career in 2010. He has played for the Cambridge Lions (OPFL) and the Jacob Hespeler Hawks (CWOSSA) in his hometown of Cambridge, Ontario. While with the 2018 Lions, he played four games and had 11 tackles, four assisted tackles and one fumble recovery. He also forced two fumbles and defended against five passes. The 6’1, 170lbs cornerback and free safety won three CWOSSA championships in 2016, 2017 and 2018. He was also the 2018 recipient of the Colin Hood School Sport award.

While with the Hawks, he was a 2014 junior and 2017 senior defensive MVP. He was also a junior varsity all-star with the Lions.

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