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Day one of free agency was a whirlwind with almost 50 players changing teams in less than twelve hours.

We started off Tuesday’s free agent period at 12 noon ET with a top 50 free agents list, so we though we would do the same for day two.

Two of our original top-ten talents remain, while some previously unranked players have found their way onto the board.

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1) REC Derel Walker, Toronto Argonauts (A)

The 28-year-old went underused in 2019 but still managed 65 receptions for 1,040 yards and six touchdowns. When healthy — and used properly — Walker is arguably the best receiver in the CFL.

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2) SAM Patrick Levels, Montreal Alouettes (A)

The East Division all-star played all 18 games at strong-side linebacker last season, recording 86 tackles, five sacks, and two forced fumbles. The 25-year-old covers well and plays well above his weight as a run stopper and pass rusher.

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3) REC DeVier Posey, Free Agent (A)

The 29-year-old is one of the top deep threats in the CFL. One of last year’s free agent prizes, Posey recorded 780 yards on 50 receptions in 12 games with the Alouettes in 2019.

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4) SAM Anthony Cioffi, Ottawa Redblacks (A)

The Rutgers product is one of the league’s best strong-side linebackers. The 25-year-old put up 61 tackles, two sacks, two interceptions, and one forced fumble with Ottawa in 2019.

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5) REC Dominique Rhymes, Ottawa Redblacks (A)

The six-foot-four pass catcher led the Redblacks last season with 1,056 receiving yards and five touchdowns on 65 catches.

6) HB Monshadrik ‘Money’ Hunter, Edmonton Eskimos (A)

7) OT Derek Dennis, Calgary Stampeders (A)

8) S Jermaine Gabriel, Toronto Argonauts (N)

9) DT Drake Nevis, Winnipeg Blue Bombers (A)

10) G Ryan Bomben, Free Agent (N)

11) DE Shawn Lemon, B.C. Lions (A)

12) REC Luke Tasker, Hamilton Tiger-Cats (A)

13) S/CB Anthony Thompson, B.C. Lions (N)

14) REC Armanti Edwards, Toronto Argonauts (A)

15) DT Davon Coleman, Toronto Argonauts (A)

16) RB C.J. Gable, Edmonton Eskimos (A)

17) REC Mike Jones, Hamilton Tiger-Cats (N)

18) LB Micah Awe, Toronto Argonauts (A)

19) RB Cameron Marshall, Hamilton Tiger-Cats (A)

20) REC Naaman Roosevelt, Saskatchewan Roughriders (A)

21) RB/KR Terry Williams, Calgary Stampeders (A)

22) OT Thaddeus Coleman, Saskatchewan Roughriders (A)

23) G/OT David Foucault, B.C. Lions (N)

24) QB Antonio Pipkin, Free Agent (A)

25) LB Maleki Harris, B.C. Lions (A)

26) OT Justin Renfrow, B.C. Lions (A)

27) RB Tyrell Sutton, Hamilton Tiger-Cats (A)

28) QB Brandon Bridge, B.C. Lions (N)

29) CB Anthony Orange, Edmonton Eskimos (A)

30) LB Cory Greenwood, Calgary Stampeders (N)

31) C/G Spencer Wilson, Free Agent (N)

32) REC Chris Matthews, Montreal Alouettes (A)

33) DE Jamaal Westerman, Hamilton Tiger-Cats (N)

34) REC Duron Carter, Free Agent (A)

35) DE Jesse Joseph, Edmonton Eskimos (N)

36) QB Jonathon Jennings, Free Agent (A)

37) FB Calvin McCarty, Edmonton Eskimos (N)

38) DB Kevin Fogg, Toronto Argonauts (A)

39) DE Odell Willis, B.C. Lions (A)

40) DB Jay Langa, Hamilton Tiger-Cats (N)

41) LB DyShawn Davis, Saskatchewan Roughriders (A)

42) DE Tobi Antigha, Toronto Argonauts (A)

43) DB Crezdon Butler, B.C. Lions (A)

44) DE Bo Banner, Montreal Alouettes (N)

45) LB Eric Striker, Toronto Argonauts (A)

46) DT Junior Turner, Free Agent (N)

47) G Tyler Holmes, Free Agent (N)

48) RB/KR Martese Jackson, Edmonton Eskimos (A)

49) G Travis Bond, Edmonton Eskimos (A)

50) REC Rodney Smith, Toronto Argonauts (A)

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John Hodge
John Hodge is a CFL insider and draft analyst who has been covering the league since 2014. He is a two-time finalist in the Jon Gott lookalike contest.