I must correct some people's perception of the newspaper industry. While Peters may be an illiterate boob, the fact this made it into the paper speaks more about the editors, copy writers, and proof readers.
ESPN has a NFL draft guide they put out every year, with quite a bit of accuracy I might add.
They list 304 players they feel are draftable. Only one Canadian is listed, Jon Cornish (rated 21st at RB) out of Kansas and Calgary draftee. He's projected as a 7th rounder.
Projected free agent signees are: OT Jeff Perrett - Tulsa and Montreal (rated 33rd at OT, OT Peter Dyakowski - LSU and Hamilton (rated 46th at OT), RB Clifton Dawson - Harvard and Toronto (rated 30th at RB), WR Eric Desjardins - Eastern Michigan and Montreal (rated 57th at WR)
That's not to say some players not rated won't be signed by NFL teams, but history says their chances of sticking, if signed, aren't good.
So to make a long story short, if I was picking for Hamilton I would still take Bekesiak first overall.
brock ralph will start at wr so i uno about us picking up a receiver in the first round, plus we do have anaes makaeo and mike morealle, all promising receivers. id say we draft a saftey or dlinemen first overall
Personally I would take whomever I felt was the best available with my first pick.
From there I would draft by position of need. That's just me. I would not be worried about whether a player may or may not ever play for us based on NFL aspirations. That's a fact of life you can't control and if you try to control that you'll go nuts.