Anthony played 13 games for the Lions and spent most of the season as a regular on defense. He finished fourth on the club with 49 tackles to go with another 14 on special teams (tied for second with Jason Arakgi). He recorded three sacks and one interception along with one forced fumble. Before missing the final two games of the regular season, Anthony piled up 29 defensive tackles in a four-game stretch including a career-high 10 on Oct 16/11 vs Saskatchewan. He was one of nine BC defenders to record three or more sacks and added two tackles for loss. He played in the Western Final and Grey Cup, recording six post-season tackles and one sack.
Yet another rookie find for the Lions in 2010, Anthony played a key role on defense throughout the year. A specialist linebacker-defensive back similar to Korey Banks, Reddick came in on coverage and pass rush situations to record 24 tackles and the third-highest sack total on the club (five). A key player on special teams, Anthony had 14 coverage tackles to trail only Jason Arakgi and James Yurichuk in that department. Very consistent over the season, he had tackles in 14 of 18 games and at least one sack in five contests. He grabbed three interceptions for 26 yards (third on the team) and added a fumble recovery and a forced fumble. Anthony registered a season-high four tackles on two occasions.