Two of the top players were chosen in a week ago’s NFL Draft: Neville Gallimore (Cowboys) and Chase Claypool (Steelers). Gallimore was chosen in the eighth round by Saskatchewan. Four players who marked as undrafted free specialists by NFL groups likewise were picked: Carter O’Donnell (Colts/Montreal), Rysen John (Giants/Calgary), Marc-Antoine Dequoy (Packers/Montreal) and Michael Hoechst (Rams/Ottawa). The draft need was: Ottawa, Toronto, BC, Edmonton, Montreal, Calgary, Saskatchewan, Hamilton, and Winnipeg. As the 2020 CFL picks Draft played out, Sporting News Canada followed all the picks and stayed aware of the outcomes progressively. The following are the entirety of the CFL picks.
CFL picks Draft 2020: Results from Rounds 1-8
- Round 1 results
|1||1||1||BC Lions (via Calgary, via Ottawa)||Jordan Williams, LB, ECU|
|1||2||2||Toronto Argonauts||Dejon Brissett, WR, Virginia|
|1||3||3||Calgary Stampeders (via BC)||Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund, DE, Southeastern Louisiana|
|1||4||4||Edmonton Eskimos||Tomas Jack-Kurdyla, OL, Buffalo|
|1||5||5||Hamilton Tiger-Cats (via Montreal)||Coulter Woodmansey, OL, Guelph|
|1||6||6||Ottawa Redblacks (via Calgary)||Adam Auclair, DB, Laval|
|1||7||7||Saskatchewan Roughriders||Mattland Riley, OL Saskatchewan|
|1||8||8||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||Mason Bennett, DE, North Dakota|
|1||9||9||Toronto Argonauts (via Winnipeg)||Theren Churchill, OL, Regina|
- Round 2 results
|2||1||10||Ottawa Redblacks||Michael Hoecht, DL, Brown|
|2||2||11||Toronto Argonauts||Jack Cassar, LB, Carleton|
|2||3||12||Calgary Stampeders (via BC)||Trivel Pinto, WR, UBC|
|2||4||13||Edmonton Eskimos||Alain Pae, DL, Ottawa|
|2||5||14||Montreal Alouettes||Marc-Antoine Dequoy, DB, Montreal|
|2||6||15||BC Lions (via Calgary)||Nathan Rourke, QB, Ohio|
|2||7||16||Montreal Alouettes (via Saskatchewan)||Cameron Lawson, DL, Queen’s|
|2||8||17||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||Bailey Feltmate, LB, Acadia|
|2||9||18||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||Noah Hallett, DB, McMaster|
|2||10||19||Ottawa Redblacks*||Dan Basambombo, LB, Laval|
|2||11||20||Toronto Argonauts*||Samuel Acheampong, DL, Wilfrid Laurier|
- Round 3 results
|3||1||21||Calgary Stampeders (via Ottawa)||John Rysen, WR, Simon Fraser|
|3||2||22||Montreal Alouettes (via Toronto)||Carter O’Donnell, OL, Alberta|
|3||3||23||BC Lions||Courtney Hammond, DL, Western Oregon|
|3||4||24||Edmonton Eskimos||Malik Tyne, LB, Towson|
|3||5||25||Montreal Alouettes||Benoit Marion, DL, Montreal|
|3||6||26||Calgary Stampeders||Jonathan Zamora, OL, St. Francis Xavier|
|3||8||27||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||Tyler Ternowski, WR, Waterloo|
|3||9||28||Toronto Argonauts (via Winnipeg)||Dylan Giffen, OL, Western University|
- Round 4 results
|4||1||29||Ottawa Redblacks||Jakub Szott, OL, McMaster|
|4||2||30||Saskatchewan Roughriders (via Toronto)||Kian Schaffer-Baker, WR, Guelph|
|4||3||31||Calgary Stampeders (via BC)||Kurtis Gray, LB, Waterloo|
|4||4||32||Edmonton Eskimos||Oludotun Aketepe, DB, Guelph|
|4||5||33||Montreal Alouettes||Brian Harelimana, LB, Montreal|
|4||6||34||Calgary Stampeders||Tyson Middlemost, WR, McMaster|
|4||7||35||Saskatchewan Roughriders||Junior Allen, LB, Guelph|
|4||8||36||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||Stavros Katsantonis, DB, UBC|
|4||9||37||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||Brendon O’Leary-Orange, WR, Nevada|
- Round 5 results
|5||1||38||Ottawa Redblacks||Terrance Abrahams-Webster, DB, Calgary|
|5||2||39||Winnipeg Blue Bombers (via Toronto)||Marc Liegghio, K, Western University|
|5||3||40||BC Lions||Matt Guevremont, OL, Indiana (Pa.)|
|5||4||41||Edmonton Eskimos||Dante Brown, K, Fort Hays State|
|5||5||42||Toronto Argonauts (via Montreal)||Dion Pellerin, RB, Waterloo|
|5||6||43||BC Lions (via Calgary)||Cordell Hastings, WR, Acadia|
|5||7||44||Saskatchewan Roughriders||Vincent Dethier, DB, McGill|
|5||8||45||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||Joseph Bencze, DT, McMaster|
|5||9||46||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||Nicholas Dheilly, DL, Saskatchewan|
- Round 6 results
|6||1||47||Ottawa Redblacks||Brad Cowan, LB, Wilfrid Laurier|
|6||2||48||Toronto Argonauts||Samuel Baker, WR, Saskatchewan|
|6||3||49||Montreal Alouettes (via BC)||Andrew Becker, OL, Regina|
|6||4||50||Edmonton Eskimos||Chris Gangarossa, OL, Wagner|
|6||5||51||Montreal Alouettes||Jersey Henry, HB, Concordia|
|6||6||52||Calgary Stampeders||Andrew Seinet-Spaulding, DL, McGill|
|6||7||53||Saskatchewan Roughriders||Jonathan Femi-Cole, RB, Western University|
|6||8||54||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||Jean Ventose, DB, UBC|
|6||9||55||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||Kyle Rodger, LB, Ottawa|
- Round 7 results
|7||1||56||Ottawa Redblacks||Reshaan Davis, DE, Ottawa|
|7||2||57||Edmonton Eskimos (via Toronto)||Nicholas Summach, OL, Saskatchewan|
|7||3||58||BC Lions||Kayden Johnson, RB, York|
|7||4||59||Edmonton Eskimos||Rossini Sandjong, DE, York|
|7||5||60||Montreal Alouettes||Vincent Alessandrini, SB, Concordia|
|7||6||61||Calgary Stampeders||Keiran Burnham, K, St. Francis Xavier|
|7||7||62||Saskatchewan Roughriders||Jesse Lawson, OL, Carleton|
|7||8||63||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||JJ Molson, K, UCLA|
|7||9||64||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||Tanner Cadwallader, LB, Wilfrid Laurier|
- Round 8 results
|8||1||65||Ottawa Redblacks||Ketel Asse, OL, Laval|
|8||2||66||Montreal Alouettes (via Toronto)||Brock Gowanlock, DL, Manitoba|
|8||3||67||BC Lions||Damian Jamieson, LB, York|
|8||4||68||Edmonton Eskimos||Mitch Raper, RB, Carleton|
|8||5||69||Montreal Alouettes||Colton Klassen, RB, Saskatchewan|
|8||6||70||Calgary Stampeders||Michael Asibuo, CB, Concordia|
|8||7||71||Saskatchewan Roughriders||Neville Gallimore, DL, Oklahoma|
|8||8||72||Hamilton Tiger-Cats||Tom Schnitzler, DL/LS, UBC|
|8||9||73||Winnipeg Blue Bombers||Bleska Kambamba, DB, Western University|
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