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For every team across the Canadian Football League the focus has turned to the 2016 CFL Draft class – assessing the next group of Canuck talent is top priority.
Draft boards are just beginning to take shape and there could be a lot of change between now and the CFL Draft on May 10. With that said, let’s take a look at who might go in the first round at this point in time.
Linemen with the upside to play offensive tackle as a Canadian are rare.
Some CFL teams view Colquhoun as a player who can step in and start immediately.
A number of scouts believe Vaillancourt is the most pro-ready blocker in the draft.
Yet another strong and tough Rouge et Or offensive lineman.
2015 first team CIS All-Canadian brings versatility up front.
Calgary gets a Canadian back to pair with Jerome Messam who, if developed to his full potential, could one day start.
Ultra athletic defensive prospect whose CFL Draft position could fall based on increasing NFL interest.
Recovering quickly from an ACL injury. And if healthy, Guy would likely go higher than the No. 8 spot.
Smith would instantly become the best Canadian receiver on Winnipeg’s roster.