Calgary Stampeders lead the way with eight CFL all-star selections

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The Canadian Football League has unveiled its all-stars for the 2022 season. The 27 selections were made by 47 voters including members of the Football Reporters of Canada, the league’s head coaches, and fan votes.

The league unveiled its divisional all-star two weeks ago. This list is comprised of the best players from those two squads. 19 came from the West Division, while the remaining eight came from the East Division.

​* denotes a National player
​^ denotes a Global player

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QB | Zach Collaros (WPG)

RB | Ka’Deem Carey (CGY)

REC | Dalton Schoen (WPG)
REC | Eugene Lewis (MTL)
REC | Dominique Rhymes (BC)
REC | Tim White (HAM)
REC | Kurleigh Gittens Jr. (TOR)*

C | Sean McEwen (CGY)*
G | Brandon Revenberg (HAM)*
G | Patrick Neufeld (WPG)*
OT | Stanley Bryant (WPG)
OT | Derek Dennis (CGY)

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DE | Lorenzo Mauldin IV (OTT)
DE | Shawn Lemon (CGY)
DT | Mike Rose (CGY)
DT | Jake Ceresna (EDM)

LB | Wynton McManis (TOR)
LB | Cameron Judge (CGY)*
CLB | Kameron Kelly (HAM)

CB | Jamal Peters (TOR)
CB | Garry Peters (BC)
HB | Marcus Sayles (BC)
HB | Deatrick Nichols (WPG)
S | Loucheiz Purifoy (BC)

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Special teams

K | René Paredes (CGY)*
P | Cody Grace (CGY)^
ST | Janarion Grant (WPG)

The Calgary Stampeders led all teams with eight selections, followed by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers with six. The B.C. Lions had four players selected, three of whom play in the secondary, while the Toronto Argonauts and Hamilton Tiger-Cats both had three players selected.

The Edmonton Elks, Ottawa Redblacks, and Montreal Alouettes had only one player selected, while the Saskatchewan Roughriders were not represented at all.

A total of 20 American players were selected alongside six Canadians and one Global.