CFL Scouting Bureau releases 2014 Winter rankings

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  1. Madman

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    From CFL.ca

    The Canadian Football League Scouting Bureau today published its winter edition of the top 15 ranked prospects eligible for the 2014 CFL Canadian Draft.

    For the second-straight ranking, McGill offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is the top ranked prospect. Duvernay-Tardif is followed by two other offensive linemen - Pierre Lavertu from Laval is ranked second and David Foucault from Montreal is third.
    Rounding out the top five are St. Francis Xavier wide receiver Devon Bailey and Simon Fraser offensive lineman Matthias Gooseen, who made the largest jump in the rankings, moving up ten spots to fifth.

    BY THE NUMBERS

    The ranking includes four offensive linemen, four linebackers, three defensive linemen, two defensive backs one receiver and one running back.

    Queen’s has three players on the list, the most by any one school.

    All 15 ranked players on last winter’s CFL Scouting Bureau list (it was published in December) were selected in the 2013 CFL Draft. Seven of those players were selected in the first round.

    Here is the full ranking:
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    The ranking in the parenthesis is the player’s ranking position from the last CFL Scouting Bureau published in September, 2013.

    http://www.cfl.ca/article/cfl-scouting-bureau-releases-winter-rankings
     
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    Hmm! The Stampeders need a D-lineman (every year Mace takes an unscheduled sabbatical), a DB, an Offensive lineman (doesn't every team?), and a linebacker.
     
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    Looking at the list, you may be lucky.....I think the Stamps will be able to get one of those this draft. ;)
     
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    Only one? Doubtful, that they get ONLY one. The Stampeders pick seventh in the first round.
     
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    Just went over the numbers from last year and of the 20 players that showed up on the 3 editions of the Scouting Bureau Top 15 all 15 were selected but it took until Round 6, Selection 51 for the final one to hear his named called.

    Compared to 2012's run where 23 players showed up on the 3 lists and 19 were selected. Of course that year the final #1 prospect was Ty Crawford who likely never shows up in the CFL.
     

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