The draft of the canadian football League began on the hats of wheels Thursday evening.
In fact, the Calgary Stampeders have traded the first choice of the auction 2020, as well as the 15th selection to the Lions of British Columbia. In return, the formation of the province of Alberta has obtained the third and 12th rounds of word.
With her newly acquired, the Lions selected linebacker Jordan Williams. The latter is a product of the Pirates of East Carolina University. In 35 parts career in the NCAA, the native of Ontario has compiled 251 tackles, three sacks in the quarter, and an interception.
With the second selection, the Toronto Argonauts have set their sights on the receiver and passes Dejon Brisset. This last joins his brother in the Queen City, as it is a member of the Toronto Raptors.
The top 3 was completed by defensive end Isaac Adeyemi-Berglung, who was selected by the calgary Stampeders.
For their part, the Montreal Alouettes do not have a choice in the first round this year, because it had been offered to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the trade that sent quarterback Johnny Manziel in the quebec metropolis.