Seriously, I really would like to see us draft Jason Medeiros in the 2nd round and Quinlan in this 5th. As far as the 1st round pick, I'd like to see us get a competent DB in Bryce McCall.
I would love to get Chambers but I think he gets taken within the first two picks.
Nobody whose hometown is anywhere in the provinces of Quebec or Saskatchewan and nobody whose hometown is Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary or Vancouver. I'd draft the best available player, at the time of each pick, from among those who are likely to still want to be a Ti-Cat two years down the road. And, I'd give a little extra consideration to any player whose hometown is Hamilton and/or played for the Marauders. From among those rated as the top 10 picks, my interests would be -- Tyrone Crawford, Austin Pasztor, Shamawd Chambers and Jason Medeiros. I'd also be disappointed if any team other than the Cats draft Kyle Quinlan.
Ottawacat..................Good solid list.
I hope they can take Fabien or Chambers in the first. Hopefully they draft Quinlin at some point.
My thoughts exactly, Ottawacat.
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Kyle Quinlan's greatest achievement on the football field took place in late November at BC Place Stadium where he guided the McMaster Marauders to a 41-38 overtime win over Laval University in the Vanier Cup.
But his greatest achievements off the field could be in store over the next two weeks.
The 23-year-old economics student from South Woodslee was named one of four male finalists
for the Borden Ladner Gervais awards, honouring the top student-athletes in the C.I.S.
He'll be back in Calgary for the 20th annual awards ceremony April 30 at the Jack Singer Concert Hall,
where he'll stand on stage with his fellow nominees and find out this year's winner of the award
The Borden Ladner Gervais award comes with a $10,000 postgraduate scholarship. Excellent!
This reminds me of another Mc Master quarterback, Russ Jackson, who earned a Rhodes Scolarship.
Rhodes Scholarships are recognized as one of the highest honours available to any student but
Russ didn't accept it. It involved going to the University of Oxford in England for two years,
and he wanted to get started on his Hall of Fame football career in the Canadian Football League.