CFC Ranks: Top OFFENSIVE LINEMEN of the U-20 age group

Over the next few weeks the ‘CFC Scouting Bureau’ (see below) will be identifying the top 18 and 19 year old players eligible to play for the Canadian National Junior team. Today we profile the top high school, CIS, CEGEP and NCAA players that play OFFENSIVE LINE.

Name / birth year / province / current team / past teams / FCC / Commitment

CFC Scouting Bureau

The Canada Football Chat (CFC) Scouting Bureau is comprised of CFC scouts, player personnel directors of Canadian National program, selected private scouts, selected CIS coaches, and contributing Provincial Sports Organizations.

Each U20 team list will focus on players that are ‘age eligible’ (1993, 1994 birth years) and are from ‘member provinces’. Currently, Football British Columbia’s membership in Football Canada is “not in good standing” and players from that province are not eligible to represent Canada at the upcoming U20 IFAF Junior Football championship.

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CFC Ranks: Top OFFENSIVE LINEMEN of the U-20 age group


Over the next few weeks the ‘CFC Scouting Bureau’ (see below) will be identifying the top 18 and 19 year old players eligible to play for the Canadian National Junior team. Today we profile the top high school, CIS, CEGEP and NCAA players that play OFFENSIVE LINE.

Previous Rankings

TE / H-back / FB

Receivers

Running Backs

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Defensive Line

Name / birth year / province / current team / past teams / FCC / Commitment

NCAA PLAYERS / COMMITS


Eddie Meredith
6’5 300 1993 Ontario Boston College St. Andrew’s College [click here for article]
– already dressed in first year at BC but a doubtful participant


Ryan Doull
1993 Ontario Fork Union Team Ontario East Virginia commit [click here for article]
– great athlete who could play both sides of the ball


Justin Senior
6’6″ 280 1993 Quebec Hargrave Military Academy MacDonald high school Mississipi State commit
– great athlete who like most NCAA players / commits is unlikely to play

CIS / CJFL Players:


Clinton Reeder
6’3 330 1993 Alberta Saskatchewan Huskies Lord Beaverbrook Collegiate

– Played in seven games on the offensive line in his rookie season


Sean Smith
6’6 310 1993 Ontario McMaster St. Joseph’s Team Ontario East
– was on and off the dress roster as a freshmen with McMaster, arguably one of the best groups in the CIS


Jordan Arkko
6’1 300 1993 Alberta Saskatchewan Huskies St. Francis Xavier / Team World Team Alberta ’10

– Team World participant who could be a starter on this team


Elliot Leeflang
6’4 305 1993 Ontario McGill Perth Team Ontario East ’09

– started as 18 year old freshmen in very tough Quebec conference. Off Season work ethic has been questionable


Sean McEwen
6’3 280 1993 Alberta Calgary Dinos Notre Dame

– anyone from the Dinos offensive line has a chance


Nathan Heide
6’2 325 1993 Saskatchewan Saskatoon Hilltops Warmen

– under radar as CJFL player, could impress


Andrew Boisvert
6’2 285 1993 Alberta Edmonton Huskies Salisbury

– another solid CJFL player

CEGEP Players:

Lloyd Constant
6’4 290 1993 Quebec Vanier Curé-Antoine-Labelle

– best of the CEGEP group

Francis Chabot
6’7″ 307 1994 Quebec FX Garneau Patriotes E.S. Roger-Comtois Team Québec 2011 all star

– injury may preclude his inclusion on team

Jean-Simon Roy
6’5 260 1993 Quebec FX Garneau Seminaire Saint Francois

– knows coach Boies offense

Louis Gabriel Beaudet
6’3 300 1993 Quebec Notre-Dame Seminaire Saint Francois

– ascended quickly in Quebec the last couple years

High School Players:

Peter Godber
6’3 280 1994 Ontario St. Andrew’s College Team World Team Ontario East [click here for article]

– Team World participant with already one FBS offer under his belt

Kadeem Adams
6’4 280 1994 Nova Scotia Citadel Team Nova Scotia ’10 [click here for article]

– may be the best athlete of the group but has he recovered from Shoulder surgery

David Knevel
6’8 280 1994 Ontario Pauline Johnson Bisons Team Ontario West all star [click here for article]

– another great athlete who has played well in big games before

Honorable Mentions:

Mason Woods
1994 British Columbia Terry Fox Team BC Idaho commit

Tom Clarkson
1994 British Columbia Mission UNLV commit

Max Ziegler
6′ 280 1993 Saskatchewan Regina Thunder Riffel Team Saskatchewan ’09, ’10

Ryan Hunter
6’4 330 1993 Ontario Canisius Algonquin Barons

Sean Simpson
6’2 275 1994 Manitoba Crocus Plains Plainsmen Team Manitoba all star Manitoba

Trey Rutherford
6’5 290 1995 Ontario Villanova

Eric Lassard
6’7 300 1994 Ontario St. Benedict (Sudbury)

Emilio Frometa
6’3 305 1993 Ontario St. Benedict’s (Sudbury)

CFC Scouting Bureau

The Canada Football Chat (CFC) Scouting Bureau is comprised of CFC scouts, player personnel directors of Canadian National program, selected private scouts, selected CIS coaches, and contributing Provincial Sports Organizations.

Each U20 team list will focus on players that are ‘age eligible’ (1993, 1994 birth years) and are from ‘member provinces’. Currently, Football British Columbia’s membership in Football Canada is “not in good standing” and players from that province are not eligible to represent Canada at the upcoming U20 IFAF Junior Football championship.

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