The one-on-one sessions are the most entertaining part of the CFL combine.
Pitting player against player, it’s the only time during the entire weekend that we get to see the prospects doing anything that resembles football: the next time a player runs a short shuttle in the middle of game will be the first time.
While a bad performance in the one-on-ones won’t necessarily ruin a player’s draft stock – Simeon Rottier had one of the worst one-on-one sessions in memory in 2009, he was still the first overall pick and had a nice CFL career – a good one can put a player on the map. Craig Butler’s dominant performance in 2011 improved his standing significantly.
The video from all position groups are below courtesy the CFL.