From a pure talent perspective the CFL family has to be slightly disappointed in only 1 Canuck selected in NFL draft.
OL Justin Senior - a 6'5", 332 lb. monster who was selected in the 6th round by Houston.
Obviously, no NFL teams saw enough in Big Geoff Gray, the U of M product.
One rule I'd like the CFL to implement, but it might possibly be anti-trust is that CFL teams get first opportunity to roster any draft eligible players of Canadian heritage not selected in the NFL draft.
Thus, an NFL team would only be eligible to speak contract to a Canadian player if they burned a draft selection on him.
If they selected the player they could sign him, roster him, try him out, put him on the reserve/taxi list or cut him outright at any point.
If not the CFL gets first crack at the guy and could sign him for up to 2 years before the player is re-exposed to the NFL in free agency!
Any other thoughts on this?