Round 1


OTTAWA OL – Pierre Lavertu – Laval
Good solid pro-ready lineman who can play centre. Good replacement for Marwan Hage and solid core piece for years to come.


WINNIPEG OL – Matthias Goossen – Simon Fraser
Another lineman who can anchor the O-Line in the middle, something Winnipeg desperately needs


EDMONTON OL – David Foucault – Montreal
Another solid offensive lineman. Eskimos will take the chance that his NFL prospects don’t pan out.


MONTREAL WR – Devon Bailey – St. FX
Best playmaker available in the draft. Will provide Troy Smith with a solid Canadian weapon through the air.


BC DB – Antoine Pruneau – Montreal
Hard hitting durable safety. Will challenge for the starting job in the BC secondary. Mike Edem like.


TORONTO DL – Evan Gill – Manitoba
Ferocious D-Lineman. Will compliment Cleyon Laing and replace Khalif Mitchell at defensive tackle


CALGARY DB – Adam Thibault – Laval
Not the most polished DB available, but has athleticism that is off the charts. Calgary can mold him in their vision. Can also provide an option at returner


SASKATCHEWAN(via HAM) LB – Beau Landry – Western
Speedy, All-Canadian at both DB and LB. Will fill a void left by Craig Butler. Another Western product the Riders can turn into a star.


HAMILTON(Via SSK) LB – Andrew Lue – Queen’s
Hamilton doesn’t have any glaring needs, so this could be a Best Available situation, giving them depth on D.

Round 2


OTTAWA RB – Anthony Coombs – Manitoba
Several people have compared him to Andre Durie. What team wouldn’t want a multi-talented Canadian skill player they can build around.


HAMILTON(via SSK-WPG) DL – Quinn Smith – Concordia
His stock took a hit when he failed a drug test, but with Hamilton looking for depth, they will gladly pick him up on the chance that he is the real deal and not artificial


BC LB – Casey Chin – Simon Fraser
Number 1 ranked LB by Ridley Scouting. Very instinctive and a good tackler.  Can also long snap.


MONTREAL LB – Jesse Briggs – McGill
Special Teams Demon. Can back up at WLB or even learn the Safety spot.


BC OL – Terry Hart – St. FX
Aggressive Tackle who will likely be moved inside to guard. Versatility in an O-Lineman is never a bad thing


TORONTO WR – Kris Bastien – Concordia
Second ranked WR in the draft by Ridley scouting. A big solid target that will provide headaches when he draws a LB in coverage.


CALGARY DL – Dylan Ainsworth – Western
Will need to bulk up a little to start at DE, but quickness was undeniable at the combine. Will start on Specials as he develops.


HAMILTON OL – Jas Dhillon – UBC
Versatile Guard who could also play centre. More depth for Hamilton


SASKATCHEWAN OL – Kyle Paterson – Regina
Saskatchewan always likes their home province boys. Had a solid showing at the combines (Regional and National).

Round 3


CALGARY(via OTT) WR – Scott Macdonell – Queen’s
Big bodied inside receiver. Impressed in 1 on 1 drills at the Combine, could also be used as a TE. Can block and catch.


WINNIPEG DB – Derek Jones – Simon Fraser
Can play the corner or move inside. The Bombers need Canadians all over the place. If he starts, he could open a spot for another import.


EDMONTON DL – Kirby Fletcher – Acadia
Big and immovable on the middle of the D-Line in the CIS.


MONTREAL OL – Tchissakid Player – Northwestern State
Jim Popp likes his big Canadian Lineman. Keeps his blocks very well and has the potential to be a pulling guard in the CFL.


OTTAWA(via CGY-BC) DL – Derek Wiggan – Queen’s
Why not add some more Canadian depth on the DL. Didn’t test well, but his tape tells a different story


CALGARY(via WPG-TOR) LB – Max Caron – Concordia
A little drop off in his last year at Concordia coupled with a subpar combine drops this former CIS Defensive Player of the year down to round 3. Instinctive linebacker, who should be playing like he has something to prove.


CALGARY OL – Laurent Duvernay-Tardif – McGill
Drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs, the Stamps can take a chance on securing his CFL rights here, as they have 5 pick in the first three rounds


WINNIPEG(via CGY-HAM) K – Johnny Mark – Calgary
Best Kicker in the draft and Winnipeg needs one. O’Shea, as a former Special Teams Coordinator, knows the value of solid kicker. Will need to extend his range as he never attempted a kick over 50 yards at Calgary


BC WR – Evan Pszczonak – Windsor
Speed to burn and can climb the ladder to get the ball. Had the top vertical and ran a 4.59 – 40.

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