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Born: March 23, 1990 – Montreal, Quebec
2017: Years as a Lion: 2nd Years in CFL: 2nd Status: National
Career Games: 18 Playoffs: 2 Grey Cup: 0
Anthony was the Lions’ second-round selection (12th overall) in the 2016 CFL Draft.
2016: An effective and productive debut season for the rookie defensive back as the Montreal native not only made the roster coming out of training camp, but also appeared in all 18 regular season games and two post-season tilts. Recording eight defensive stops along with six special teams tackles, Anthony proved to be a reliable and skilled back-up when injuries struck the team’s secondary during the season. He also tallied a pair of fumble recoveries as well as a pass knockdown and forced fumble during his first pro campaign.
2012-2015: Anthony spent four productive seasons with the Southern Illinois Salukis appearing in 46 games, starting in 13 of them and recording 68 solo tackles, three interceptions and 12 pass breakups.
Anthony studied Psychology while at Southern Illinois. He started playing football when he was just eight years old and says that his mother is easily his biggest fan. His most memorable football moment was a 100 yard pick-six against Youngstown State in 2012. When Anthony’s playing days come to an end, he wants to either become a coach or study sports psychology. His favourite musician is Drake, and when he’s not on the field, you can find Anthony hanging out with friends or in the weight room.