I figured that i would like to start an early analysis of the Bomber Roster as it stands today, i will start at the Quaterback position and i will follow it up by other positions. This analysis is from Scouting reports, research, former coaches and opinion, if i am inacurate about any analysis, feel free to correct me, share your thought Bomber Fans!!
Quarterbacks: ----- Early Projected Starter's - 1. Buck Pierce - 2. Steven Jyles - 3. Ricky Santos
The early projected starter's are based on experience and CFL game time, as we know this can change in a heartbeat. We signed a proven starter in Buck Pierce and a capable backup in Jyles.
Buck Pierce (28 YRS OLD - 6'1 215 LBS) who has been labelled as one of the most accurate passers in the league, he is in his prime and a proven winner with a great attitude on and off the field, if Buck listens to LaPo's advice and take a slide rather than a hit than Buck should remain healthy.
Steven Jyles (27 Years Old - 6'0 195 LBS) is still pretty young and is itching to be a starter and he believes it's almost time, maybe he will push Buck and if Buck wins Jyles still provides us with a capable backup who throws well, pretty accurate and a natural athletic ability which would allow him to gain yards using his legs.
Ricky Santos (26 Years Old - 6'1 210 LBS )- He basically has no CFL experience but has had a stellar college career, he learned behing AC in MTL, has a great arm, good size and he is still pretty mobile, has been compared to Buck Pierce in many way's, he has also been compared to Matt Dunnigun.
Adam DiMichele (25 Years Old - 6'1 - 202 LBS) - Adam is an intellegent young QB, he has good accuracey a good arm. He has also played Basketball and Baseball, has a great positive attitude, he is a team player. Adam is excellent at throwing on the run, he is a great and quick learner and will have no trouble figuring out the CFL game and Th Bomber's Playbook.
Alex Brink (25 Years Old - 6'2 208 LBS) Alex has been praised by many NFL/CFL scouts and the coach of the NFL team as well. Many on this forum have said he has a weak arm, i will have to see for my self at training camp. Brink had an excellent career at Washington State, concluding his time there as one of Washington State's all-time greats. Starting his last 40 games dating back to his freshman year. Not much known about him but from what Mack has said he is a smart and patient in the pocket