BC LIONS ON THE CLOCK WITH THE FIRST PICK IN THURSDAY’S CFL GLOBAL DRAFT

BC LIONS ON THE CLOCK WITH THE FIRST PICK IN THURSDAY’S CFL GLOBAL DRAFT

The four round draft will begin at 1 p.m. ET on Thursday, fans and media can follow the results through the league’ Draft Tracker

TORONTO (April 14, 2021) – The Canadian Football League (CFL) will hold its 2021 Global Draft on Thursday, April 15 beginning at 1 p.m. ET.  The draft will consist of four rounds, 36 selections with 291 eligible prospects from more than 25 countries.  Fans and media can follow the draft results by following the league’s Global Draft Tracker as well as through social media.

For media, the CFL will host a video call with the first three selections at 2 p.m. ET and has assembled resources for the Global Draft below.

TOP-3 DRAFT SELECTIONS VIDEO CALL DETAILS

DATE

Thursday, April 15

TIME

2 p.m. ET

ZOOM CALL

Please contact Lucas Barrett (lbarrett@cfl.ca) for the details

 

2021 CFL GLOBAL DRAFT ORDER

 

ROUND 1

ROUND 2

 

1.  BC

10.  Ottawa

 

2.  Edmonton

11.  Hamilton

 

3.  Toronto

12.  Calgary

 

4.  Winnipeg

13.  Montreal

 

5.  Saskatchewan

14.  Saskatchewan

 

6.  Montreal

15.  Winnipeg

 

7.  Calgary

16.  Toronto

 

8.  Hamilton

17.  Edmonton

 

9.  Ottawa

18.  BC

 

 

 

 

     

ROUND 3

ROUND 4

 

19.   BC

28.  Ottawa

 

20.   Edmonton

29.  Hamilton

 

21.   Calgary via Toronto

30.  Toronto via Calgary

 

22.   Winnipeg

31.  Montreal

 

23.   Saskatchewan

32.  Saskatchewan

 

24.   Montreal

33.  Winnipeg

 

25.   Calgary

34.  Toronto

 

26.   Hamilton

35.  Edmonton

 

27.   Ottawa

36.  BC

 

2021 CFL Global Combine Results presented by New Era

2021 CFL Global Draft Tracker

The Waggle Episode 256: Global Draft and Scouring the World for Talent

CFL.ca GLOBAL PROSPECT VIDEO PROFILES      

OL | STEVEN NIELSEN | DENMARK

DL | CHRIS MULUMBA | FINLAND

LB | TYRON VREDE | NETHERLANDS

LB | LES MARUO | JAPAN

DB | TONY ANDERSON | FRANCE

CFL.ca GLOBAL EDITORIAL CONTENT

MORRIS: TEAMS SEARCHING FOR THE NEXT BIG HIT IN GLOBAL DRAFT

CFL TEAMS MAKING THE MOST OF UNIQUE GLOBAL DRAFT PROCESS

A PAIR OF POTENTIAL FIRST-ROUNDERS IN THURSDAY’S GLOBAL DRAFT

BOQIAO LI HOPES TO MAKE THE LEAP FROM CHINA TO THE CFL

MARUO READY TO BRING AGGRESSIVE, VIOLENT GAME TO CFL

REPRESENTING FINLAND IN CFL WOULD BE ‘A DREAM COME TRUE’ FOR MULUMBA 

DENMARK’S NIELSEN EXCITED TO BRING ATHLETIC, AGGRESSIVE STYLE TO CFL    

BRITISH LB IZINYON DRAWS AN IMPRESSIVE COMPARISON AHEAD OF GLOBAL DRAFT

SWEDISH DB WILLIAM JAMES ‘A TOP-THREE GLOBAL DB’

DUTCH PROSPECT VREDE ON GETTING DRAFTED: ‘IT WOULD MEAN A LOT TO ME’   

JAPAN’S LES MARUO EXCITED FOR CHANCE TO REPRESENT FAMILY, COUNTRY IN CFL

FRANCE’S TONY ANDERSON EYES NEXT STEP IN HIS FOOTBALL JOURNEY

Contact us
Lucas Barrett Director, Communications & Public Affairs, Canadian Football League
Lucas Barrett Director, Communications & Public Affairs, Canadian Football League
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