Football: Mac, Queen's, Regina put most players in CFL

For point of comparison with a post which will be going up in a few minutes, here are McGill sports information director Earl Zukerman's tabulations of CIS representation in the Canadian Football League. Zukerman's totals appear to count players on the practice roster.

By conference: Canada West 48 (6.9 per team), OUA 47 (4.7), Atlantic 14 (3.5), Québec 19 (3.1).

By CFL team: Saskatchewan Roughriders 23, Winnipeg Blue Bombers 21, Toronto Argonauts 17, Hamilton Tiger-Cats 17, Edmonton Eskimos 15, Montréal Alouettes 14, Calgary Stampeders 13, B.C. Lions 10.

By CIS school:
12 — McMaster
9 — Queen's, Regina
8 — Laval, Manitoba, Saint Mary's, Saskatchewan
7 — UBC, Simon Fraser
6 — Laurier, Western
5 — Calgary, Ottawa
4 — Alberta, Concordia, Windsor
3 — Acadia, Bishop's, McGill, St. FX, York
1 — Guelph, Sherbrooke, Waterloo
0 — Montréal, Mount Allison, U of T
The Carabin with the best shot at being on a CFL roster this season, defensive lineman Nickolas Morin-Soucy, suffered a knee injury at Alouettes training camp.

The Simon Fraser total would count a few CFL vets whose collegiate career came when the Clan played in the NAIA.
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1 comment:

  1. Very interesting stats...

    We had 2 (Les Carabins) at the same point last year. Since then we lost Jonathan Lapointe & Jeff Morin-Roberge (Cgry) who surprisingly for us, didn't make the BB roster this year.