The Ravens Football teams of the late 90’s had a strong defensive line thanks in part to Cameron Legault. He was a lineman for the Ravens from 1996-1998 and is known for his incredible loyalty, work ethic, and leadership among his teammates. Throughout his Ravens career, Legault has racked up awards like being named a 1st Team All-Canadian, Ravens Athlete of the Year, and took part in the 1999 East-West Shrine Bowl.
Legault took his Ravens experience and used it to further his football career. He went on to play in the Canadian Football League for eight seasons and won the 88th Grey Cup in 2000 as a member of the BC Lions. He was the 2001 recipient of the Dr. Beattie Martin Trophy CFL award, given to the most outstanding Canadian player in the West Division. During his years in the CFL, Legault suited up for the Ottawa Renegades, Winnipeg Blue Bombers, and Calgary Stampeders, in addition to his time with the Lions. Today, Legault is heavily involved in the Osgoode Rideau Minor Hockey Association as Vice President and Head Coach.