TORONTO -- The 2013 CFL Combine presented by Reebok will host more than 50 of Canada’s top football prospects eligible for the upcoming draft.
The three-day event from March 22-24 is an opportunity for general managers, coaches and scouts to test, interview and evaluate prospects who they may select in the 2013 CFL Draft on Monday, May 6 at Noon ET.
This year’s camp features nine of the top 15 Canadian prospects as identified by the CFL’s Scouting Bureau, including the second ranked player Matt Sewell, a 6’8”, 335 pound offensive lineman from McMaster University.
Canadian university football continues to be well represented at the event, as 46 of the 51 combine invitees are from CIS programs.
This year’s scouting combine includes two quarterbacks, Myles Gibbon (York) and Cayman Shutter (Hawaii). Also attending this year’s combine is Justin Chapdelaine from Queen’s University, the son of BC Lions offensive coordinator Jacques Chapdelaine.
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The 2013 CFL Combine presented by Reebok kicks off Friday afternoon with player arrivals, medicals and team interviews. On Saturday the players’ strength, athleticism and flexibility will be tested at the Park Hyatt Toronto Hotel. The camp finishes on the football field at Varsity Centre at the University of Toronto on Sunday.
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