Discussion in 'Calgary Stampeders Talk' started by Rids, Feb 22, 2013.
So who does Calgary take with the 7th overall draft pick?
I voted Oregon. if only to please iso.
I think D'Aguliar shows some cracks at E-Camp and slips down a few spots.
Calgary needs Canadians in both the offensive and defensive lines so I went with Matt Sewell as he sounds like a beast on the o-line. Lokombo sounds great but does Calgary need a Canadian linebacker? Looks like a great group of talented guys. It will be interesting to see how many of these players are still playing football in a few years.
Can't get enough OL. Be a solid pick.
Need a D lineman and a receiver with some size.
No larger receiver than Stephen Alli.
Calgary needs some depth at Oline.
Should be a few good men left when Stamps pick; Bombers tend to draft guys they've already got uniforms named. Hence, Kashama a lock!!!
Hopefully this time around they actually did their homework on the player they choose. Last years pick was not a good choice. If Gaydosh is still available at 7, that would be my pick.
As for offensive lineman, Sewell will be long gone by 7, but I like Mercer as second option from Regina. Watch out for receiver Haidara. Sleeper pick would be Edem from U of C. Like Hurl from last year and young LB in the making who will definetly need to gain experience by playing special teams.
Yet another Mock Draft?? Hmm!
Monday, April 22, 2013
Calgary – Matt Sewell – OL – McMaster
If someone evaluates Sewell as a potential ratio-buster at offensive tackle, he will be long gone by this point. He may not be as effective in the CFL if he has to move to guard, as he will have to battle leverage issues. Sewell is one of the best CIS offensive lineman produced in the last few years and should have a great career regardless of where he ultimately ends up on the offensive line.
Calgary (via Saskatchewan) – Alex Anthony – WR – Laurier
Calgary is in need of non-import receiver depth and Anthony is an interesting player who possesses all the physical tools needed to succeed as a NIM receiver at the next level. He has experience as both an inside and outside receiver, but he earns this pick at 13 over some of the small receivers as a result of his speed and size and future special team potential.
Calgary – Jesse Joseph – DL – UConn
Joseph has had some trouble with injuries, but he remains supremely talented. Eligible for the 2013 NFL draft, he will likely get overlooked for medical reasons. He would be an immediate upgrade for Calgary once he returns to health.
Calgary – Andy Mulumba – DL – Eastern Michigan
The Stamps diversify their investment in NCAA players here by pairing Joseph at 16 with Mulumba at 25. It is likely at least one of them plays in the CFL next season. The NFL risk for Mulumba is; if he does not end up in NFL camp, he will likely get selected much higher.
Calgary – Cam Redl – OL – Saskatchewan
Would have likely been a much higher pick than this if not for health concerns. Redl has size that, as the saying goes, cannot be taught and offers the Stamps a great risk/reward with this selection.
Calgary – Nicolas Boulay – LB – Sherbrooke
A big-hitting linebacker that isn’t a stranger to playing in space, Boulay would offer some depth to a relatively thin Stamps non-import linebacking crew. He also could battle immediately for special teams playing time after Calgary traded Akwasi Antwi to Toronto in the off-season. There is a glaring need on the Stamps depth chart for a couple more physical Canadians, and I fully expect them to address this in the draft.
Football: 2013 CFL mock draft
A new mock draft posted on my site - http://RidleyScouting.com/CFLDraft.html
A StampsFans.com insider has informed us that the Stampeders are interested in Brent Urban for the 7th overall Draft Pick.
Ok so it's draft day. Any more guesses to the Stampeders pick?
I'm hoping Craighead is available at #9 for those RedBlacks.