The Saskatchewan Roughriders have signed national offensive lineman Dakoda Shepley to a two-year contract, plus an option year in 2021.
Shepley (6’4 – 310) was selected by the Roughriders in the first round (5th overall) of the 2018 CFL Draft.
After four seasons at the University of British Columbia, the 24-year-old Shepley signed with the New York Jets as an undrafted free agent in April, 2018. Shepley attended training camp with Jets, playing three preseason games.
Shepley, a native of Windsor, Ontario, played 32 career collegiate games with the Thunderbirds where he was named a 2017 Canada West All-Star and was part of the team that won the 2015 Vanier Cup.
Where will he play?
This guy is a beast. Great signing!
Can we now assume that is the end for one Josiah St. John? Can we now officially place him ahead of Shomari Wiliams as biggest #1 draft bust?
Both Shamari Williams and Josiah St. John drafted by the Roughriders on a highly reccomended very insistent word of jeremy oday when he was assistant gm.
To last anon - Jeremy O’Day was the Riders starting centre in 2010 (as per Saskatchewan Roughriders archives) so I highly doubt he was responsible for the team drafting Shamari Williams.
Rod S in Saskatoon
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