The half defensive Marc-Antoine Dequoy is the best hope coming from the university network of the country in anticipation of the draft of the canadian football League (CFL), which will take place on April 30.
The one that has evolved with the Carabins of the University of Montreal occupies the ninth place in the final list published by the Office of recruitment of the CFL on Monday. The offensive lineman Sooners of Oklahoma Neville Gallimore has retained the top of this ranking, in front of the receiver away Chase Claypool (Notre Dame).
Dequoy had begun the last season at the 15th level of the hierarchy. With the Blue, it totaled at 37.5 tackles, including 34 solo, and two interceptions in eight meetings in the regular schedule. The athlete is 6 feet and 3 inches and 195 pounds has helped his family to reach the final of the Vanier Cup.
The Calgary Stampeders hold the first selection of the auction of the CFL, while the Montreal Alouettes will have to wait until the second round – or 16th – before choosing a player.