The top prospects eligible for the 2019 CFL draft will be on display at the national combine in Toronto.

The are many reasons to pay attention to the combine. The University of Toronto hosts the event from March 22-24 and the initial 39 invitees have been revealed. Through the western, eastern and Ontario regional combines the group will be filled out to around 50 athletes.

Quarterbacks
Michael O’Connor, UBC
Chris Merchant, Western

Running backs
Cedric Joseph, Western
Jamel Lyles, Manitoba
Gabriel Polan, Sherbrooke

Receivers
Kurleigh Gittens Jr., Laurier
Colton Hunchak, York
Kaion Julien-Grant, St. Francis Xavier
Nicola Kalinic, York
Hunter Karl, Calgary
Brayden Lenius-Dickey, New Mexico
Justin McInnis, Arkansas State
Chris Osei-Kusi, Queen’s
Malik Richards, Mount Allison
Alexandre Savard, Laval

Offensive lineman
Maurice Simba-Bibaku, Concordia
Drew Desjarlais, Windsor
Jesse Gibbon, Waterloo
Jonathan Harke, Alberta
Shane Richards, Oklahoma State
Vincent Roy, Sherbrooke
Kyle Saxelid, UNLV
Eric Starczala, Guelph
Samuel Thomassin, Laval
Zachary Wilkinson, Northern Colorado
Zackary Williams, Manitoba

Defensive lineman
Nathaniel Anderson, Missouri
Mathieu Betts, Laval
Vincent Desjardins, Laval
Thomas Grant, Acadia
Connor Griffiths, UBC
Sheriden Lawley, UBC
Robert Smith, Laurier

Linebackers
Noah Robinson, Missouri
Fraser Sopik, Western

Defensive backs
Matthew Boateng, Fresno State
Jamie Harry, Ottawa
Stavros Katsantonis, UBC
Malcom Lee, UBC

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