News CFL Scouting Bureau: Calgary’s Sinagra headlines eight U SPORTS standouts on initial Top 20 prospect

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  1. Seeker1

    Seeker1 Member

    Feb 25, 2013
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    Rank Name Pos. University Hometown Ht. Wt. Program
    1 Neville Gallimore DT Oklahoma St. Catharines, Ont. 6-2 301 Arts & Sciences
    2 Chase Claypool WR Notre Dame Abbotsford, B.C. 6-4 229 Management Consulting
    3 Nathan Rourke QB Ohio Oakville, Ont. 6-2 208 Secondary Ed. & Integrated Social Studies
    4 Sage Doxtater OL New Mexico State Welland, Ont. 6-7 330 Sociology
    5 Patrice Rene DB North Carolina Ottawa, Ont. 6-2 208 TBD
    6 Dejon Brisset WR Richmond Mississauga, Ont. 6-2 195 TBD
    7 Ketel Asse OL Laval Saint-Marc, Haiti 6-7 300 Sport Intervention
    8 Adam Auclair LB Laval Quebec, Que. 6-2 205 Teaching Physical & Health Ed.
    9 Mason Bennett DE North Dakota Winnipeg, Man. 6-4 258 Communications
    10 Daniel Joseph DE Penn State Brampton, Ont. 6-3 260 Labor & Employment Relations
    11 Carter O’Donnell OL Alberta Red Deer, Alta. 6-6 315 Education
    12 JJ K UCLA Molson Montreal, Que. 6-1 197 Business
    13 Tomas Jack-Kurdyla OL Buffalo Montreal, Que. 6-4 300 Educational Studies
    14 Brendan O’Leary-Orange WR Nevada Toronto, Ont. 6-4 210 General Studies
    15 Marc-Antoine Dequoy DB Montreal Ile Bizard, Que. 6-3 195 Video Games Studies
    16 Dylan Giffen OL Western Strathroy, Ont. 6-8 347 King’s College
    17 Dev Lamour DB Buffalo Montreal, Que. 6-2 205 Educational Studies
    18 Adam Sinagra QB Calgary Pointe Claire, Que. 6-1 195 Economics
    19 Tyler Ternowski WR Waterloo Hamilton, Ont. 6-0 185 Economics
    20 Jesse Lawson OL Carleton Vancouver, B.C. 6-5 300 Psychology

    2019 Lieutenant Governor Athletic Award finalist and reigning Hec Crighton Trophy winner Adam Sinagra of the Calgary Dinos highlights a group of eight U SPORTS players on the initial prospect list released by the Canadian Football League’s Scouting Bureau Thursday in advance of the 2020 Draft.
  2. Bronko

    Bronko Member

    May 5, 2012
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    Nearly 70 yr old U of Manitoba coaching fogie Brian Dobie (aka Dobie the Fogie) infuriated that none of his Bison stock are in the top 25. If nothing else, Dobie may be washed as a head coach in Univ. sports but he is usually a good eyeball for recognizing talent, bamboozling said talent to enroll at U of M and having said talent star on a mediocre team with a 31,000 stadium, great training facilities, etc. Only problem is young Canadian talent are recognizing Dobie to be an abysmal head coach, game prep guy. Dobie should retire and spend out his years scouting talent for either the CFL and/or U Sports . . . . . only talent he has left as a football man.

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