March will be a busy month for University of Calgary Dinos Guard Sukh Chungh; he is headed to the NFL Super Regional Combine to be held in Phoenix, AZ., on March 21, 2015. The following weekend he will attend the CFL National Scouting combine in Toronto.
Chungh is currently ranked seventh overall in the CFL Draft rankings for 2015. He joined the Dinos in 2011 and spent much of that season on the Defensive side of the ball at Nose Tackle. In 2012 Chungh gained a starting spot at Guard and was a vital part of two Conference Championship teams and a key member of the 2013 team that lost in the Vanier Cup at Laval to the Rouge et Or. He was named a Canada West All-Star and All-Canadian at Guard in both the 2013 and 2014 seasons.
“This is big opportunity for Sukh, he can open some eyes down South if he performs well this weekend in Arizona. He has worked very hard over his time as a Dino and it is great he has gotten the chance to showcase his talents. For our program it is huge, anytime our guys get a shot at the NFL, it shows that they have bought into the hard work this programs asks and are now seeing the results of their efforts.” commented assistant coach Matt Berry.
The 6’4”, 303 lbs. Chungh is a native of Port Coquitlam, BC and played for Terry Fox Ravens of the British Columbia High School Football Association.