Per the so called "experts" this draft class is deep in quality defensive lineman but very thin regarding quarterbacks and just so so for running backs.
These are some of the "under the radar" players from non power conference programs that have played well in recent college all star games that CFL teams are likely eyeing
DL Tyrone Holmes 6-4 250 Sr. Montana Eagle Point, Ore. (Eagle Point)
FCS American FOotball Coaches Defensive End. Played well in the East West Shrine Bowl
QB *Jason Vander Laan 6-4 244 Sr. Ferris St. (Mich.) Frankfort, Ill. (Chicago Christian)
The first Quarterback to earn back to back Harlon Hill Awards (NCAA Division 2 Football's equivalent of the Heisman Trophy) and only offensive player to be chosen for the AFCA D2 team in back to back years. Huge and very mobile.
DE *Josh Gordon 6-2 255 Sr. Minnesota St. Milwaukee, Wis. (Wisconsin Lutheran)
Only Defensive Lineman or Linebacker chosen for the AFCA Dvision 2 team in back to back years.
DB *Michael Jordan 6-0 200 R-Sr. Missouri Western St. Hazelwood, Mo. (Hazelwood Central)
Played in both the Dream Bowl and the East West Shrine Game. a repeat AFCA Division 2 DB selection
If he has anywhere near the career of "His Airness" the team he plays for will be extremely blessed.
Cowser James Southern Utah
Played in the East West Shrine Game, holds the Career Quarterback Sack Record for FCS (formerly Division 1AA) football. Great quickness off the snap.
DE AARON KARLEN WISCONSIN-STEVENS POINT
Absolutely dominated the line of scrimmage in the Dream Bowl. 6-3 245 which may be a bit undersized but extremely quick with a 40 yard dash time under 4.6 seconds. Had 1.5 sacks, 4 QB Hurries, and 2 Tackles for Loss.
LB Robert Metz Dixie St ( Utah) 6-1 235
Registered 2.5 tackles for loss and a nose for the football in the Dream Bowl