Okanagan Sun add defensive depth with off season recruiting

A BC product and a Manitoba high schooler commit to attend Sun traning camp in Kelowna

The Okanagan Sun have added two defensive linemen for the upcoming season

Dalton Dietrich

6’3, 255 pounds

Born March 27, 1996

Defensive Tackle / Lord Tweedsmuir High School (Surrey)

Dietrich will join the Sun following graduation this spring.

Kiril Kleinerman

6’3, 230 piunds

Born February 15, 1994

Defensive end / St. James Rods (Winnipeg)

Kleinerman has played the last two season with the St.James Rods of the Manitoba Major Football League after graduating from Sturgeon Heights Secondary school.

Both players will be in attendance at the club’s spring camp in May.

The 2014 Okanagan Sun schedule is expected to be released next week.

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