2012 (Wpg): Justin Sorensen became the team’s starting centre in week two and helped the Blue Bombers finish fourth in the league in net rushing. He dressed for the team’s season opener and played in all 18 games.
2011 (BC/Wpg): 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.
2010 (BC): Sorensen saw considerable action at both guard and tackle in his sophomore season, playing in all 18 games. He made two starts and also dressed for the West Semi-Final against the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
2009 (BC): Sorensen played a major role on the offensive line as a rookie, playing in all 18 games and stepping into the starting lineup late in the year when Angus Reid suffered an injury. He played both guard and tackle and started his first CFL game at home against the Calgary Stampeders on Oct 31/09. Sorensen also started both playoff games at guard.
2008 (BC): The BC Lions selected Sorensen in the first round (5th overall) of the 2008 CFL Draft prior to his senior season at South Carolina.
South Carolina Gamecocks (NCAA Div.1 FBS): Sorensen enjoyed a successful career at South Carolina University, appearing in 41 games over four years, the final 31 of which he started at right tackle.
Signed as a free agent on August 30, 2011.