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Justin Dunk | CFL.ca
Team needs could easily change depending on what happens during free agency and possibly effect the way organizations approach the draft. With that said let’s get to some mock drafting!
1. Alex Mateas, OL, UCONN: Ottawa continues to build along the offensive line with a local product that could play right away.
2. Sukh Chungh, OL, Calgary: It was a tough year for National offensive lineman getting injured in The Peg. The Bombers need to protect Drew Willy better and Chungh could help.
3. Jacob Ruby, OL, Richmond: Toronto is aging along the offensive line and Ruby would infuse some much-needed youth.
4. Lemar Durant, REC, Simon Fraser: Durant could easily be a first overall type pick in the CFL Draft. Prospects like him at the receiver position don’t come around too often.
5. Danny Groulx, OL, Laval: The theme in BC this off-season is about wanting to get more physical up front. Groulx fits that way of thinking perfectly because he plays with a real mean streak.
6. Daryl Waud, DL, Western: The Riders have solid Canadian depth across the board. Saskatchewan goes best player available in this situation with Waud having the ability to make an impact soon.
7. Sean McEwen, OL, Calgary: Edmonton could get an immediate upgrade at centre by taking McEwan, an all around solid offensive lineman.
8. Karl Lavoie, OL, Laval: Another team that dealt with plenty of Canadian offensive linemen injuries was Hamilton. Lavoie would bring some fresh blood into the Ticats group up front.
9.Nic Demski, REC, Manitoba: With the departure of receivers Nik Lewis and Brad Sinopoli Nic Demski could be an ideal fit for the Stamps that will fill a need.