One of this year’s top CFL draft prospects is getting a look from down south.

The Seattle Seahawks are working out Brayden Lenius-Dickey on Monday, April 15. Though Lenius-Dickey isn’t projected to get selected in this year’s NFL draft, he will be a candidate to earn a contract as an undrafted free agent.

Lenius-Dickey graduated from the University of New Mexico following a stint at the University of Washington. He recorded 581 career receiving yards and four touchdowns in 46 collegiate contests.

The North Vancouver native has an intriguing frame at six-foot-five and 240 pounds. Predominantly a tight end in college, Lenius-Dickey has the potential to play wideout, slotback, H-back or fullback in the CFL.



John Hodge is a lifelong follower of the CFL who has been writing about the league since 2014. He is a two-time finalist of the Jon Gott lookalike contest.