Skill position Canadians are really showing their abilities in the CFL in recent time and one, in particular, has put himself in the MOP conversation.
1. Andrew Harris, running back, Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Whether Matt Nichols is handing the Winnipeg native the rock (11 carries for 105 yards against Edmonton) or throwing it to him (eight receptions for 120 yards versus the Eskimos), Harris has been ultra productive. He’s on pace for the first-ever 1,000-1,000 rushing-receiving yardage season.
2. Alex Singleton, linebacker, Calgary Stampeders
The second-year Stamp has been as active as any defensive player in the league this season. And Singleton keeps stuffing the stats sheet: seven tackles and one interception in a stingy defensive performance in B.C.
3. Declan Cross, fullback, Toronto Argonauts
Cross does a lot of the dirty work in Toronto’s offence – blocking in various ways. Plus he plays special teams. Against Montreal, he flashed some offensive flair with five catches for 34 yards (33 YAC) and one touchdown.