May 9, 2016

Feeling a draft

Stampeders coaches meet with a player who is eligible for the 2016 CFL Draft at the Combine in Toronto (Photo by Johany Jutras)

Months of preparation have led to this moment. The consequences will be felt for years to come.

On Tuesday, Canadian Football League clubs will translate countless hours of scouting, film review, interviews, list-making and discussion into selections at the 2016 draft.

Calgary goes into the 2016 season with 24 products of the CFL draft including 18 of their own picks.

Here is a complete list of where and when current members of the Stamps roster were drafted (all picks by Calgary unless otherwise indicated):

2015 — Karl Lavoie (1st round, 9th overall), Lemar Durant (2nd round, 18th overall), William Langlais (3rd round, 27th overall), Matthew Norzil (4th round, 30th overall by Toronto), Dexter Janke (5th round, 44th overall), Andrew Buckley (7th round, 62nd overall)

2014 — Pierre Lavertu (1st round, 1st overall), Quinn Smith (1st round, 7th overall), Max Caron (2nd round, 16th overall), Adam Thibault (third round, 24th overall), Derek Wiggan (fourth round, 34th overall)

2013 — Ben D’Aguilar (2nd round, 13th overall), Charlie Power (4th round, 28th overall), Shane Bergman (6th round, 48th overall)

2012 —Simon Charbonneau-Campeau (4th round, 25th overall by Hamilton), Brad Erdos (4th round, 27th overall), Adam Berger (4th round, 30th overall)

2011 — Anthony Parker (1st round, 3rd overall), Junior Turner (2nd round, 9th overall)

2010 — Rob Maver (1st round, 5th overall), Corbin Sharun (6th round, 43rd overall by Edmonton)

2009 — James Green (3rd round, 18th overall by Toronto)

2008 — Tim St. Pierre (3rd round, 19th overall by Edmonton)

2006 — Dan Federkeil (1st round, 5th overall by Toronto)

In addition to the 18 draft picks on the Stamps roster, eight other Calgary picks are on the roster of other CFL teams as well as three draftees currently in the NFL — Brett Jones, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and Tyler Varga.

Calgary is slated to make their first selection at sixth overall and the Stamps have a total of seven picks in the draft, which this year has been expanded from seven rounds to eight.

Stampeders 2016 picks

1st round: 6th overall
2nd round: 15th overall
3rd round: Traded to Saskatchewan in Jerome Messam trade
4th round: 33rd overall
5th round: 38th overall (Montreal’s pick acquired via Saskatchewan in Jerome Messam trade)
5th round: 42nd overall
6th round: 51st overall
7th round: Forfeited after having selected Brandon Tett in 2015 supplementary draft
8th round: 68th overall

The 2016 CFL draft gets under way Tuesday at 5 p.m. MTN. The first two rounds will be broadcast live on TSN and TSN3 and all subsequent rounds will be streamed live on TSNGO. Stay tuned to, along with our social media channels, for all the latest Stamps draft coverage.

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More draft coverage:

>> Stamps TV: Behind-the-scenes look at the Stamps draft process
>> Stamps TV: Reminiscing about the draft
>> Stamps ready to pick six
>> The class of 2015: A year later