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November 10, 2015

Stars Aligned: CFL Divisional All-Stars announced

CFL.ca Staff

TORONTO – The Canadian Football League (CFL) announced today the 2015 East and West Division All-Stars.

The Division All-Stars were selected by members of the Football Reporters of Canada (FRC) and CFL head coaches.

The East Division All-Stars were selected by the voting members of the FRC from the East Division markets, the National Chapter and the East Division head coaches.

The West Division All-Stars were selected by the voting members of the FRC from the West Division markets, the National Chapter and the West Division head coaches. 

Ballots for the final round of CFL All-Stars voting will go out on Thursday. The CFL All-Stars will be announced in early December.

Below is the complete list of the 2015 East and West Division All-Stars

*Denotes a unanimous selection

Position WEST  Team EAST  Team
QB Bo Levi Mitchell CGY Henry Burris OTT
RB Jerome Messam CGY Tyrell Sutton MTL
RB Andrew Harris BC Brandon Whitaker TOR
REC Eric Rogers CGY S.J. Green MTL
REC Adarius Bowman EDM Chris Williams OTT
REC Derel Walker EDM Brad Sinopoli OTT
REC Emmanuel Arceneaux BC Luke Tasker HAM
OT Jovan Olafioye BC SirVincent Rogers OTT
OT D’Anthony Batiste EDM Jeff Perrett MTL
OG Brendon LaBatte SSK Greg Van Roten TOR
OG Spencer Wilson CGY Ryan Bomben HAM
C Pierre Lavertu CGY Jon Gott OTT
DT Almondo Sewell EDM Ted Laurent HAM
DT Mic’hael Brooks BC Cleyon Laing TOR
DE Jamaal Westerman WPG John Bowman MTL
DE Charleston Hughes CGY Justin Capicciotti OTT
LB Adam Bighill* BC Winston Venable MTL
LB Dexter McCoil EDM Simoni Lawrence HAM
LB Jeff Knox Jr. SSK Greg Jones TOR
CB Johnny Adams WPG Abdul Kanneh OTT
CB John Ojo EDM Jovon Johnson OTT
DB Ryan Phillips BC Emanuel Davis HAM
DB Aaron Grymes EDM Jerell Gavins OTT
S Josh Bell CGY Craig Butler HAM
K Rene Paredes CGY Justin Medlock HAM
P Richie Leone BC Boris Bede MTL
ST Bo Lokombo BC Brandon Banks HAM

TEAM BREAKDOWN

9 – Ottawa REDBLACKS
8 – BC Lions, Calgary Stampeders and Hamilton Tiger-Cats
7 – Edmonton Eskimos
6 – Montreal Alouettes
4 – Toronto Argonauts
2 – Saskatchewan Roughriders and Winnipeg Blue Bombers