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With the CFL Combine in the rearview mirror, let’s take a look at how what went down in Toronto may have changed the top of the draft.
Athletic tackle prospect leads the pack to go No. 1 overall for now.
It would be hard for the Als to pass on a pro-ready blocker, and after securing an O-lineman they could go after a receiver in round two.
Local product might prove to be a mainstay on the Lions’ line.
Least hyped of the three Laval linemen in the 2016 class, talented nonetheless.
The east coast product was the star of the 2016 CFL Combine. Jones provides the Ticats with a new age Andy Fantuz.
For a third straight draft the Stamps take a Rouge et Or grad in the first round.
Some of the REDBLACKS’ Canadian hogs are due to become free agents – stocking up at that position is always prudent.
Thompson’s fast, aggressive and carries himself with a swagger that Ed Hervey would like.
A three-year starter for the Lakers, Revenberg played every position up front.