I Decided to Check on 2006 Draft Pick see how they where Doing :
Here info I have Found From Veryous sources on the Web.
1 Hamilton ROBERTS, Michael DB Ohio State
Michael Roberts #35
Born: Toronto, ON
College: Ohio State
Acquired: Selected in the fifth round (35th overall) by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the 2006 CFL Canadian Draft.
College: Made two tackles in four games with the Buckeyes in 2005.
2004: Game action against Michigan marked his one appearance of the season ... was a solid contributor to the scout teams in practice.
2003: Did not see any game action, but was impressive on the scout team ... was named the defensive scout team player of the week following the San Diego State game.
2002: Enrolled in the spring and took part in spring drills ... was redshirted in the fall.
Personal: Is the son of Raymond and Jacqueline Roberts ... has one brother, Clive (25), who ran track at Central Michigan University ... favourite pro athlete is Deion Sanders. ... favourite childhood memory is winning the Pee Wee football championship ... favourite pro sports team is the Chicago Bears.
Other: Was a standout performer as a junior and considered one of the top prospects in Canada ... attended Ohio State's summer camp and was offered a scholarship ... did not play high school football as a senior because of a teachers' strike at his high school and instead played for the Toronto Thunder, a club team ... had seven interceptions for the Thunder.
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3 Hamilton (via Ottawa) SUTHERLAND, Chris OL Saskatchewan
Chris Sutherland #61
Born: Saskatoon, SK
Acquired: Selected in the fourth round (28th overall) by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the 2006 CFL Canadian Draft.
College: Played four seasons (2002-2005) with the University of Saskatchewan…named both a first team CIS All-Canadian and Canada West All-Star as a senior…in 2004 he was selected a second team CIS All-Canadian and a Canada West All-Star…was a member of the Huskies 2002, 2004 and 2005 Mitchell Bowl championship teams.
Personal: Born July 29th, 1981 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan…played with the Saskatoon Hilltops of the Prairie Football Conference…member of the Hilltops 2001 Canadian Junior Football League National Championship team…was both a CJFL All-Canadian and PFC All-Star in 2000.
Eligibility Year: 5
Born: July 29th,1981
College: Arts & Science
Hometown: Saskatoon SK
Year of Study: 3
HUSKIES: 2006: Selected 28th overall in CFL draft by Hamilton Tigercats...2005: First Team Offensive All-Canadian...Canada West Offensive Tackle All-Star...Selected to play in East West Bowl Game...2004: Canada West 2nd Team All-Star and Offensive Tackle All-Canadian
HIGHSCHOOL: 2001:Member of CJFL Saskatoon Hilltops National Championship Team...2000: CJFL All-Canadian...Prairie Football Conference All-Star
OFF THE FIELD: Chris recently attended Tigercats training camp...His favourite meal consists of Kraft Dinner, his favourite "beverage" is fellow teammate Aspen and his idol is team fitness trainer Bart Arnold.
Had to Look at Stats For Passing and Running game
Since there no Lineman Stats for the CIS .
Chris Should back for Ticats Camp 2007
With our OL Problems He be Welcome back with Open Arms.
The CIS Should Really adding this
1 Hamilton MAYNE, Shawn DE Connecticut
Shawn Mayne #91
Born: Montreal, QC
2006: Selected in the third round (18th overall) by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the 2006 CFL Canadian Draft.
College: Received the Huddle Club award for displaying leadership and dedication along with being seen as the ultimate team player.
2004: Started all 12 games at defensive end and led the Husky line with 41 tackles on the year while leading the entire team with 5.5 sacks...Also recorded 10 tackles for loss, forced a fumble and recovered two more with two pass break-ups, coming in the win at Rutgers (Nov. 25)...Posted a career-high seven tackles against Toledo in the Motor City Bowl (Dec. 27), including 1.5 for loss, and a sack while also recording a PBU...Made four tackles at Buffalo and recorded the first safety in Rentschler Field's young history after Buffalo quarterback P.J. Piskorik fell on an errant shotgun snap in the end zone...Each of his three tackles against Temple (Oct. 23) were good for a loss, including a pair of sacks, as he personally drove the Owls back 13 yards...His four tackles against West Virginia (Oct. 13) included a 10-yards sack of Rasheed Marshall...Contributed two TFLs and 1.5 sacks to the win over Pittsburgh (Sept. 30), making four stops in all...His six tackles on opening day against Murray State (Sept. 4) set a then-career high.
2003: Saw limited action in 11 games as a lineman and on special teams, only missing the season finale at Wake Forest (Nov. 15)...Made three assisted tackles on the year, with one each coming against Army (Sept. 6), Buffalo (Sept. 20) and Lehigh (Oct. 4)...Also broke up a pass at Army.
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1 Hamilton REID, Jermaine DL Akron
jermaine Reid #9
Born: Pickering, Ontario
Acquired: Selected in the second round (ninth overall) by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the 2006 CFL Canadian Draft.
College: Started all 13 games at DE in 2005 ... led the team in sacks (seven) and second in tackles-for-loss (13.5) ... ranked seventh in the MAC and tied for 83rd nationally in sacks (.54 pg) ... ranked sixth in the league in TFLs (1.04 pg) ... credited with forced fumbles vs. Northern Illinois (Sept. 24) and Kent State (Nov. 24) ... both forces resulted in UA touchdowns ... five tackles in back-to-back games vs. NIU (Sept. 24) and Central Michigan (five solo, Oct. 1) ... of his five tackles vs. NIU, 3.5 were sacks, most by a UA defender at the Division I-A level ... career-high eight tackles, including 1.5 sacks for a loss of 12 yards, in the Zips' 13-7 win at Buffalo (Oct. 8) ... five tackles (four solo), including a six-yard sack, in Akron's 27-3 win over Ohio (Nov. 15) ... matched his career-high with eight stops vs. Memphis (Dec. 26) ... also forced a fumble in the game.
2004: Appeared in nine games on the defensive line ... started the first two and last two games of the season at defensive tackle ... tallied one stop vs. Middle Tennessee State (Sept. 11) ... had back-to-back three-tackle games at UCF (Oct. 16) and vs. Ball State (Oct. 23) ... sacked UCF quarterback Steven Moffett for a four-yard loss ... posted a season-high five tackles (three solo) with a sack assist and a fumble recovery in a 31-19 win at Ohio (Nov. 13) ... closed out the year with four stops (two solo) against Miami (Nov. 20).
2003: Appeared in eight games ... had one tackle in the Zips' 38-21 win at Buffalo (Sept. 27) ... season-high three tackles (one solo) at Marshall (Nov. 1) ... one solo stop at Central Michigan (Nov. 8).
2002: Served a redshirt season.
Personal: Born April 19, 1983 ... son of Lawrence and Veronica Reid ... full name is Jermaine Andre Reid ... majoring in mechanical engineering technology ... volunteered with a local elementary school during high school.
Other: At St. Mary's Catholic High School was ranked as the eighth-best prospect in Canada ... earned first-team All-Greater Toronto honours ... a two-year starter on the defensive line ... team was runner-up in the 2001 Metro Bowl, which is the provincial championship game ... invited to play on the Canadian national team ... played basketball all four years ... an all-league selection as a senior ... coached by Gordon Judge
- DE Jermaine Reid, Sr. - 59 tackles, 7 sacks, 13.5 TFL
The 275-pound senior is the team's best pass rusher and is tackle-big against the run. He stepped up his game in a big way after being a pure run stopper a few seasons ago. He grew into a top sack man and should be a threat for double digits.
Ten Best Players
- QB Luke Getsy, Sr.
2. DE Jermaine Reid, Sr.
- NG Kiki Gonzalez, Sr.
- LB Kevin Grant, Soph.
- OG Andy Alleman, Sr.
- OT Tim Crouch, Sr.
- LB Brion Stokes, Jr.
- SS Chevin Pace, Jr.
- TE Kris Kasparek, Jr.
- S John Mackey, Jr
Best Defensive Player: Senior DE Jermaine Reid and NG Kiki Gonzalez. The line wasn't always a rock against the run last season, but these two should be stronger with Gonzalez the MAC's best anchor and the 275-pound Reid a fearsome pass rusher.
1 Hamilton Tiger Cats: Jermaine Reid DL Akron 6’4 275
Reid will play his senior season in 2006 and will see if the NFL comes knocking. Currently he is projected as a 6th or 7th round pick but that could improve if he increases his sack total from last year’s seven.
4 for Collage Draft Board DE
15 Jermaine Reid Sr. Akron 6-4 2755
He will be an NFL Pick for 2007 NFL Draft He won't be in Hamilton any time soon IMO
8 Hamilton (via Edmonton) GAGNE-MARCOUX, Cedric OL Central Florida
Cedric Gagne-Marcoux #8
Born: Sherbrooke, Quebec
College: Central Florida
Acquired: Selected in the first round (eighth overall) by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the 2006 CFL Canadian Draft.
College: Started 13 games at centre for UCF during the 2005 season, including the Hawaii Bowl.
2004: Started all 11 games at centre to anchor the offensive line.
2003: Started the first nine games of the season at centre ... handled his first year of starting duties very effectively ... missed the final three games of the season due to a violation of team policy.
2002: Gagne-Marcoux redshirted while practicing with the offensive line ... recognized at the conclusion of the season as the Outstanding Offensive Scout Team Player.
Personal: Gagne-Marcoux is a marketing major ... born Sept. 27, 1982 in Baie-Comeau, Quebec ... son of Betty Gagne and Andre Marcoux.
Other: Gagne-Marcoux graduated from Sherbrooke's Champlain High School in 2001 ... played for coach Tony Addona ... highly respected player in Canada ... earned All-Canada (U-20) honors as well as All-Province honours ... tabbed as the Province MVP Offensive Lineman ... selected to play for Team Canada in 2000-01 ... ranked a top 100 prospect by Rivals.com.
The offensive line returns intact, but they have lots of room for improvement after giving up 37 sacks a year ago. Center Cedric Gagne-Marcoux is the best of the bunch, and he could earn 1st team All-CUSA accolades this year.http://www.gbnreport.com/2007prospects.html
Kyle Young, 6-6, 330, Fresno State
Dan Mozes, 6-4, 295, West Virginia
Samson Satele, 6-2, 310, Hawaii
John Sullivan, 6-3, 300, Notre Dame
Lyle Sendlein, 6-5, 315, Texas
Ryan Kalil, 6-4, 285, Southern California
Enoka Lucas, 6-2, 300, Oregon
Doug Datish, 6-4, 295, Ohio State (OG)
Scott Stephenson, 6-3, 305, Iowa State
Mark Fenton, 6-3, 295, Colorado
Chris White, 6-3, 315,, South Carolina
Leroy Harris, 6-3, 300, North Carolina State
Mike Bihl, 6-4, 305, Michigan
Corey Hilliard, 6-5[b], 300, Oklahoma State
Cedric Gagne-Marcoux, 6-3, 290, Central Florida
1 Kyle Young C Fresno State
2 Ryan Kalil C Southern California
3 Dan Mozes C West Virginia
4 Mark Fenton C Colorado
5 Adam Spieker C Missouri
6 Lyle Sendlein C Texas
7 Dustin Fry C Clemson
8 Leroy Harris C North Carolina State
9 Cedric Gagne-Marcoux C Central Florida
10 Mike Martinez C New Mexico State
11 John Sullivan C Notre Dame
12 Kurt Mann C Nebraska
13 Tanner Jenkins C Arkansas State
14 Nick Jones C Georgia
15 Anthony Wollschlager C Miami
IMO he too good not go to NFL 1st..
But Since he a JR he Could Return and Become 1st Round Pick in 2008