After making a huge splash with Canadian Football Scouting’s National Invitational Combine held March 12th in Toronto, CFS is pleased to announce dates and locations of our CIS Underclassman Combine Series sponsored by Field Turf.
Registration for these combines is open to any current CIS player in their 1st, 2nd, or 3rd year. These combines will be held on the following dates:
Hamilton (McMaster Alumni Field) May 28th
Waterloo (Wilfrid Laurier Stadium) May 30th
Montreal (Location TBD) June 4th
Kingston (Queen’s Tindall Field) June 5th
Ottawa ( Ottawa U) June 6th
Athletes will be tested in the 40 yard dash, pro agility shuttle, L-Cone shuttle, vertical jump, broad jump, bench press (225lbs. reps), height and weight.
All results will be sent to CFL and NFL teams for their scouting departments use.
Space at these combines is limited. To register e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
Matt Morris – U of T 26 reps
Corbin Sharun – Edmonton Wilcats 25 reps
Luke Ekoh – Mount Allison 22 reps
Nathan Zettler – Waterloo 17 reps
Shaun Naylor – Bishops 17 reps
Naja Coley – Acadia 41.5"
Miguel Wason – London Beefeaters 37.5"
Shane Francis – Bishops 37"
Shaun Naylor – Bishops 37"
Miguel Wason – London Beefeaters 9′ 11.5"
Luke Ekoh – Mount Allison 9′ 8"
Shaun Naylor – Bishops 9′ 6.5"
Shane Francis – Bishops 9′ 6"
40 Yard Dash
Miguel Wason – London Beefeaters 4.46
John Boonstra – Waterloo 4.50
Matt Morris – U of T 4.57
Najja Coley – Acadia 4.59
Pro Agility Shuttle
Theo Feroiu – York 4.14
Jean-Gardy Clermont – Montreal 4.15
Miguel Wason – London Beefeaters 4.16
Najja Coley – Acadia 4.20
Kevin Rivet – Montreal 21 reps
Mike Mizerski – Victoria Rebels 19 reps
Alexander Poirier – Sherbrooke 15 reps
Kwame Osei – St. FX 12 reps
Ryan Tremblay – Western 12 reps
Rory Kohlert – Saskatchewan 41"
Spencer Watt – Simon Fraser 39.5"
Kevin Rivet – Montreal 36.5"
Marcel Samuel – Windsor 36"
Spencer Watt – Simon Fraser 10′ 4"
Ryan Tremblay – Western 9′ 8"
Alexander Poirier – Sherbrooke 9′ 6"
Marcel Samuel – Windsor 9′ 5"
Spencer Watt – Simon Fraser 4.41
Marcel Samuel – Windsor 4.54
Ryan Tremblay – Western 4.55
Alexander Poirier – Sherbrooke 4.57
Alexander Poirier – Sherbrooke 4.16
Ryan Tremblay – Western 4.16
Jason Marshall – York 4.17
Jesse Andrews – Bishops 4.23
Rory Kohlert – Saskatchewan 4.27
Chris Arquette – Windsor 22 reps
James McNaughton – Ottawa 22 reps
Tom Lynch – St. FX 21 reps
Matt Rossetti – Guelph 21 reps
Justin Conn – Bishops 37"
Mike Cornell – Ottawa 35.5"
Jamike Njoku – Llyodminister Vandals 33.5"
James McNaughton – Ottawa 32.5"
Justin Conn – Bishops 9′6.5"
Tom Lynch – St. FX 9′ 5"
Mike Cornell – Ottawa 9′ 3.5"
Jamike Njoku – Llyodminister Vandals 9′ 3"
Justin Conn – Bishops 4.45
Zach Buis – Bishops 4.65
Mike Cornell – Ottawa 4.68
James McNaughton – Ottawa 4.72
James McNaughton – Ottawa 4.11
Justin Conn – Bishops 4.20
Zach Buis – Bishops 4.28
Mike Cornell – Ottawa 4.30
Canadian Football Scouting’s National Invitational Combine Friday was a big success as the event helped showcase the nation’s top CFL draft eligible prospects that were not invited to the CFL’s E-Camp.
Each and every CFL team was represented at the testing and positional workouts, in all over 53 scouts from all 8 teams were present along with top CFL officials. Over 80 athletes participated and worked out in 4 different groups OL-DL, QB-RB-LB, REC-DB, and K/P.
Many of the athletes that participated could not say enough about the opportunity the combine presented each of them to showcase their talents before the CFL Draft in early May. Each athletes tested in the vertical jump, Broad Jump, 40 yard dash and the Pro Agility Shuttle, then performed individual drills then one on ones under the eyes of CFL Scouts, general managers and coaches.
The NIC was created to allow athletes not invited to the CFL’s Evaluation Camp an opportunity to showcase their football and athletic skills to CFL teams prior to the 2010 CFL College Draft.
The following athletes have been selected to participate in Canadian Football Scouting’s 2010 National Invitational Combine.
Najja Coley Acadia
Shane Francis Bishop’s
Corbin Sharun Edmonton Wildcats
Matthew Rossetti Guelph
Miguel Wason London Beefeaters
Byron Metcalfe McMaster
Luke Ekoh Mount Allison
Jermaine Oram Mount Allison
Saleem Borhot Saint Mary’s
Nathan Zettler Waterloo
John Boonstra Waterloo
Matt Bucknor Windsor
Theo Feroiu York
Matt Morris (5th year) Toronto
Shaun Naylor (5th year) Bishop’s
Julien Hamel Montreal
Jesse Andrews Bishop’s
Rory Kohlert Saskatchewan
Alexandre Poirier Sherbrooke
Spencer Watt Simon Fraser
Mike Mizerski Victoria Rebels
Mike Squires Waterloo
Ryan Tremblay Western Ontario
Devan Sheahan Queen’s
Marc-Olivier Brouillette Montreal
Marcel Samuel Windsor
Mark Metulynsky St. Francis Xavier
Kevin Rivet Montreal
Jonelle Tolbert York
Cassidy Doneff (5th year) Calgary
Justin Dunk (5th year) Guelph
Kwame Osei (5th year) St. Francis Xavier
Dathan Thomas Saskatchewan
Justin Andrushko Victoria Rebels
Jason Marshall York
Holden Morales Acadia
Dale Stevenson Alberta
Tim Cronk Bishop’s
Boris Radulovic York
Marc DeLuca Montreal
Tim Poffley (5th year) Queen’s
Marty Gordon (5th year) Queen’s
Jean-Philippe Shoiry Sherbrooke
Bradley Sinopoli (2011) Ottawa (2011)
Gary Rogers (import) Washington State
Justin Conn Bishop’s
James McNaughton Ottawa
Alex Daprato Queen’s
Leroy Fontaine Saint Mary’s
Chris Arquette Windsor
Jamike Njoku Lloydminster Vandals
Brandon Ganne (5th year) Regina
Mike Cornell (5th year) Ottawa
Tom Lynch (5th year) St. Francis Xavier
Alex Lau Bishop’s
Mike Berta Bishop’s
Quinn McCaughan Calgary
Landon Rice Manitoba
Vince Magri McMaster
Aaron Harper Mount Allison
Pat D’Amico Ottawa
Adam Baboulas Saint Mary’s
Mike Hoy (5th year) McMaster
Wayne Brock (5th year) Wilfrid Laurier
Adrian Saturley Acadia
Josh Symons Calgary
Ian Shaw Manitoba
Dan Schutte Saint Mary’s
Andrew Heeley Waterloo
Chad Gareau Bishop’s
Jason Cabana Ottawa Sooners
Taylor Pritchard Mount Allison
Kyle Ardill (5th year) Wilfrid Laurier
Austin McLennan (5th year) Saint Mary’s
Kevin Magee (5th year) Queen’s
Bjorn Person (5th year) Regina
Nick Rigg (5th year) Bishop’s
Nik Levnaich Minot State
Dan Village Queen’s
Justin Palardy Saint Mary’s
Chris Bodnar Saskatoon Hilltops
Tomas Silva Western Ontario
Scott Dixon Manitoba
Perri Scarcelli (5th year) Regina
Kyle Chisholm (5th year) St. Francis Xavier
Canadian Football Scouting is pleased to announce the “National Invitational Combine” (NIC) being held in Toronto March 12th, 2010 at the University of Toronto’s Varsity Centre.
The NIC is an invite only professional football combine designed to provide a showcase for the top CFL Draft eligible prospects not invited to the CFL E-Camp to showcase their abilities in front of the CFL head coaches, coaches and general managers.
Testing will include the following:
225 lbs. Bench Press
One On Ones
Once the roster for the NIC is finalized, it will be posted online. The NIC is invite only and will be closed to the public.
Welcome to Canadian Football Scouting!