In 11 games (eight starts), Sorensen has seen action at centre. Sorensen made his Eskimo debut in Week 4 against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. In the Western Semi-Final against Saskatchewan and the Western Final against Calgary, Sorensen started at centre.


(Winnipeg) Sorensen played all 18 regular season games for the Bombers at centre.


(Winnipeg) Sorensen played all 18 games for the Bombers primarily as the team's starting centre.


After being a late training camp cut by the BC Lions, Sorensen signed with Winnipeg in August and spent the remainder of the season on the practice roster.


Justin dressed for all 18 regular season games as well as the West Semi-Final. Seeing duty on field goal and short yardage situations he got his second CFL regular season start at right tackle, during a injury-filled campaign for the offensive line.


Justin, in his rookie CFL season, played in all 18 games and stepped into the starting lineup late in the season after Angus Reid got injured. He played both guard and tackle as a reserve and started both post-season games at guard.


Justin enjoyed a successful career at South Carolina University, appearing in 41 games over four years, the final 31 of which at the starting right tackle position for the Gamecocks. Justin was the Lions first round pick in 2008 before he began his senior campaign.


Justin graduated from Ballenas High School in Parksville, BC and was named his team's Most Valuable Player in his senior season.  He double majored in Retailing and Psychology while at South Carolina and continues to make regular trips back to his alma mater during the off-season.  Justin resides year-round in Burnaby, BC and actively participates in several of the Lions’ community programs including Lions in the House, Lions Pride and Terasen Energy Champions.