March 19, 2018

View Roster: 2018 CFL National Scouting Combine

TORONTO — The Canadian Football League (CFL) announced on Thursday that the League will once again host three regional combines with the participating players having one final opportunity of earning an invitation to the 2018 National CFL Combine presented by adidas, which will take place in Winnipeg.

For the sixth consecutive year, the CFL will host a trio of regional combines ahead of the CFL Combine. CFL prospects will vie for an invitation to the CFL Combine presented by adidas starting Wednesday, March 7 in Montreal. Following the Eastern Regional Combine in Montreal, Toronto will host the Ontario Regional Combine on March 9 and Winnipeg will host the Western Regional Combine on March 22.

The CFL Combine presented by adidas will take place in Winnipeg as part of the Mark’s CFL Week festivities where top prospects will compete in front of CFL coaches, general managers and player personnel on March 24-25.

Players attending the CFL Combine presented by adidas in Winnipeg include the top prospects eligible for the 2018 CFL Draft.

2018 CFL COMBINE ROSTERS

NATIONAL COMBINE

EASTERN REGIONAL (MTL)
ONTARIO REGIONAL (TOR)
WESTERN REGIONAL (WPG)

National CFL Combine: 
The National CFL Combine presented by adidas in Manitoba at RBC Convention Centre in Winnipeg is where players will undergo medical examinations, performance, strength and speed tests, on-field football drills and team interviews over the two day combine in front of general managers, coaches and scouts from all teams.


CFL.ca to live stream Combine in 2018: CFL.ca will have exclusive coverage of the 2018 Combine with continuous live streaming of the showcase’s premier events, the Bench Press and 40-Yard Dash. All 1-on-1 player drills will be aired with analysts Marshall Ferguson, James Cybulski and Davis Sanchez bringing you all the action.


More about CFL Week 2018

The off-season gathering will include several major fan engagement events, multi-day media access opportunities to more than 50 prominent CFL players, a Hall of Fame and player Gala Dinner, a coaches’ media junket and a passing showcase tournament featuring several of Canada’s top university football programs.

The week will be capped off with the CFL’s National Combine, where Canada’s rising stars will come together in Winnipeg for the most social and most accessible Combine – for fans and media – in CFL history.