Friday, December 11, 2015

CFL Draft Rankings for December Are Released

University of Iowa wide receiver Tevaun Smith held his top position in the latest Scouting Bureau rankings ahead of the 2016 CFL Canadian Draft.
Smith has 30 catches for 546 yards and three touchdowns for the Hawkeyes this season. The Toronto native will be playing in the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1 against the Stanford Cardinal.
Manitoba Bisons first-team All-Canadian defensive lineman David Onyemata remained in the No. 2 position. The native of Lagos, Nigeria had 38.5 tackles (31 solo), five sacks and 7 1/2 tackles for a loss.
Oklahoma Sooners offensive tackle Josiah St. John, a Toronto native, rose three spots to No. 3 on Friday's list. Boston College defensive lineman Mehdi Abdesmad of Montreal and Michigan State defensive back Arjen Colquhoun of Windsor, Ont., rounded out the top five.

A complete look at the top 20 can be found right here


Anonymous said...

The seasons over, who cares about the CFL!

Anonymous said...

Riders could use a good Canadian DL in Onmeyata. I am guessing Winnipeg would love to have him too.

Anonymous said...

FINALLY , can't wait

Anonymous said...

Where can I find the team draft order for next year?