Langley's Justin Johnson (left photo) and Fort Langley's Jack Kosterman are among the 17 players invited to Toronto for an evaluation camp. Twelve players will earn spots on Team Canada's U23 men's wheelchair basketball team.

Langley's Justin Johnson (left photo) and Fort Langley's Jack Kosterman are among the 17 players invited to Toronto for an evaluation camp. Twelve players will earn spots on Team Canada's U23 men's wheelchair basketball team.

Langley pair on radar for Canada

Justin Johnson and Jack Kosterman invited to try out for Canada's U23 wheelchair basketball team

A pair of locals are in the mix to represent Team Canada.

Justin Johnson and Jack Kosterman are among the 17 athletes named by Wheelchair Basketball Canada for the upcoming under-23 Team Canada selection camp.

Johnson is 22 while Kosterman is 14.

The camp runs June 24 to June 30 in Toronto.

From the camp, a dozen players will be selected to represent the Canadian men’s U23 national team for the junior world championship.

That event will take played Sept. 5 to Sept. 15 in Adana, Turkey.

The roster features 12 returning players — including Johnson — who helped Canada take top spot in the Americas Zone Qualification Tournament back in March. That victory secured Canada a spot for the world championships.