#CFC27: Major position shifts as all CIS teams are finally ranked (VIDEO)

As the final push is underway for this year’s CIS class, each CIS team in now accounted for in today’s update of the #CFC27 CIS CLASS RECRUITING RANKINGS.

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While the McGill Redmen continue their firm grip of the total rankings total, Carleton Ravens have jumped into second spot, moving the Montreal Carabins to third place.

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The leap into second spot by the Ravens can be attributed by the addition of two #CFC100 provincial recruits – Amherstburg running back Matthieu Pickens and Hamilton receiver Clark Adams.

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With the addition of #CFC100 provincial running back Colton Zayshley, the UBC Thunderbirds remain in fourth spot.

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Climbing into fifth place is Calgary Dinos.  At press time, CWUAA team’s class has 27 recruits including a pair of #CFC100 ranked recruits – local defensive back Joshua Quarles and British Columbia linebacker Charlie Moore.

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When it comes to Average per Player, the Laval Rouge et Or who recently added #CFC100 linebacker Daniel Basambombo lead the way (40.00).  Carleton Ravens are next with 30.91.

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Moving up to third spot on the strength of landing #CFC100 wide receiver/tight end Aidan Majury and athlete Alex Salytchev are the Western Mustangs (28.64).

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Sliding to fourth are the UBC Thunderbirds (27.14) and holding on to fifth spot are the Manitoba Bisons (26.39).

At press time, ten CIS teams moved up the rankings this week while 14 teams slid down the overall points total. Equally, three teams remained in the same spots in the rankings.

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