COLLAROS AND BETHEL-THOMPSON LEAD DIVISION ALL-STAR SELECTIONS

COLLAROS AND BETHEL-THOMPSON LEAD DIVISION ALL-STAR SELECTIONS

14 National players named Division All-Stars

TORONTO – The Canadian Football League (CFL) has announced the 2021 East and West Division All-Stars. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers lead all teams with 15 All-Star selections, while the Hamilton Tiger-Cats top the East Division with ten. A total of 14 National players were selected.

Calgary punter Cody Grace of Perth, Western Australia has become the first global player to be selected as a CFL All-Star.

The East Division All-Stars were selected by the voting members of the Football Reporters of Canada (FRC) from the East Division markets and the National Chapter, as well as the East Division head coaches. 

The West Division All-Stars were selected by the voting members of the FRC from the West Division markets and the National Chapter, as well as the West Division head coaches.

The 2021 CFL All-Stars will be announced in late December.

2021 EAST AND WEST DIVISION ALL-STARS

 

East Division

 

West Division

Pos

Offence

 

Offence

QB

McLeod Bethel-Thompson (TOR)

 

Zach Collaros (WPG)

RB

William Stanback (MTL)

 

Ka’Deem Carey (CGY)

REC

Eugene Lewis (MTL)

 

Kenny Lawler (WPG)

REC

Jake Wieneke (MTL)

 

Lucky Whitehead (BC)

REC

Kurleigh Gittens Jr. (TOR)*

 

Bryan Burnham (BC)

REC

Tim White (HAM)

 

Kamar Jorden (CGY)

REC

Jaelon Acklin HAM)

 

Nic Demski (WPG)*

CEN

Peter Nicastro (TOR)*

 

Sean McEwen (CGY)*

G

Brandon Revenberg (HAM)*

 

Drew Desjarlais (WPG)*

G

Kristian Matte (MTL)*

 

Patrick Neufeld (WPG)*

OT

Landon Rice (MTL)*

 

Stanley Bryant (WPG)

OT

Chris Van Zeyl (HAM)*

 

Jermarcus Hardrick (WPG)

 

Defence

 

Defence

DE

Ja’Gared Davis (HAM)

 

Jackson Jeffcoat (WPG)

DE

David Ménard (MTL)*

 

Willie Jefferson (WPG)

DT

Dylan Wynn (HAM)

 

Micah Johnson (SSK)

DT

Shawn Oakman (TOR)

 

Mike Rose (CGY)

LB

Simoni Lawrence (HAM)

 

Adam Bighill (WPG)

LB

Avery Williams (OTT)

 

Darnell Sankey (CGY)

CLB

Chris Edwards (TOR)

 

Alden Darby (WPG)

CB

Jumal Rolle (HAM)

 

DeAundre Alford (WPG)

CB

Monshadrik Hunter (MTL)

 

Nick Marshall (SSK)

HB

Cariel Brooks (HAM)

 

T.J. Lee (BC)

HB

Shaquille Richardson (TOR)

 

Deatrick Nichols (WPG)

S

Tunde Adeleke (HAM)*

 

Brandon Alexander (WPG)

 

Special Teams

 

Special Teams

K

Boris Bede (TOR)

 

Rene Paredes (CGY)*

P

Richie Leone (OTT)

 

Cody Grace (CGY)^

ST

DeVonte Dedmon (OTT)

 

Mike Miller (WPG)*

 

* Denotes a National player
^ Denotes a Global player

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