As it standse now
3 import starting Receivers, Stamps, Bowman, and Henry. Henry much underatted IMHO but with Koch gone and if Bowman stays healthy should be a solid 3.
Canadian Receivers younger side and growing fast Coehorn, also underated, Chambers came on the second half of the season, and Akeem Foster upgrade ocer Matt Carter.
Also agree true TE are needed around the CFL. in 2012 Lavoi really showed the value of having a good one that can block, catch, and run after the catch. Ottawa swept him up as well as John Delahunt, and drafted two sport star Tyler Digby who is playing NLL Lacrosse in Vancouver but is expected to be in REDBLACKS TC.
Around the rest of the league they are hard to come by Ottawa may be willing to deal.
Three teams were smart enough to see the future and draft true TE.
Toronto 2012 Luke Wilson from Rice as a redshirt Junior in 2012 problem is that he was too good and is a key part of the Seattle Seahawks offense.
Winnipeg Carl Fitzgerald from Saint Mary's
Saskatchewan Spencer Moore from MAC
Both will need to develop like many Canadian Olineman and REC but both are true TE
Both Winnipeg and Saskatchewan are doin just that with them. I will be watching them and I could see both coming on the second half of the season into offensive packages.
Other than that there are not really any in the league at this point. Darryl Stephanson on the shorter side at 6'2" has done well in the time he did play TE in Hamilton and this could give him a whole second shot at being a relatice offensive player in the CFL
Converting Canadian LB/DE, who stand at about 6'4" to TE may be something we see alot of. Most are great athletes but are usually given the role of special teams and back up Will LB and sometimes MLB. Hamilton is talking about moving Prime from MLB but at 6'1" not really the size needed.