The B.C. Lions signed quarterback K.J. Carta–Samuels.
The six-foot-two, 225-pounder spent the 2018 season at Colorado State University as a graduate transfer following a four-year run as a back up QB at the University of Washington.
He played in 25 games over four years with the Huskies completing 27 of his 47 pass attempts for 310 yards and three touchdowns.
Carta–Samuels started eight of his 10 appearances at CSU, he completed 183 of 298 attempts (61.4 percent) for 2,261 yards and 19 touchdowns. The California native also set a school record in his first start as a Ram torching the University of Hawaii Warriors for 537 yards and five majors in his debut.
The Lions finished the 2019 season with Mike Reilly, Brandon Bridge, Danny O’Brien and Ricky Lloyd on the roster.