No doubt Glenn at #1 and Cato #2. And Cato I think is close to #1. He is such a different presence this year. Seems so joyful and enthusiastic this year. He seems to have bought in.
I just haven't seen enough of Bridge to think he should be #3.
Given the investment in Adams I'd actually hate to see him languish for a year in the IR. I just don't see how a player can develop if he doesn't get practice reps.
I would like to see him at #3.
Which brings us to the short yardage , 3rd down sneaks.
The league is a copy cat league. Somewhere along the line it became popular to have a big QB down in the depth chart handle these. Then everyone started to copy.
Then Calgary used Drew Tate on these and he's a small guy who had great success in the sneak.
It's not like great height is important in these plays. In fact one could argue that shorter and smart is a key.
And I'd argue that being a QB is essential here. No CFL QB is used to taking a snap under centre at all anymore. And we sure are not seeing the threat of a throw on these plays.
Some day a player will emerge as a specialist on these who plays another position normally. One who perhaps has past experience at QB. Graves was a QB, Loucks was one. Heck so was Nik Lewis back in high school.
I would install Adams as #3. He may actually be great at sneaks too. He may be short. But he's not small.
And following Chris Jones' lead with Jordan Lynch I'd develop a small series of plays to run with Adams this year along with the short yardage stuff.