Sunday, March 13, 2016 — TORONTO (March 13, 2016) - On the final day of the National CFL Combine presented by adidas, more than 50 prospects from Canada took to the football field to test their speed, agility as well as competing in one-on-one drills.
Wide receiver, Doug Corby from Queen’s topped the list with the fastest 40-yard dash time with a time of 4.505 seconds. Following Corby’s time on the day were: Calgary’s Brett Blaszko (4.547 seconds), London's (CJFL) Shaquille Johnson (4.56 sec.), Laval’s Felix Faubert-Lussier (4.580 seconds) and UBC’s Nicholas Termansen (4.602 seconds). For a full list of combine 40-yard dash times, click here.
In the other events today, Faubert-Lussier ran the fastest three-cone time among all the prospects in Sunday’s testing with a time of 6.73 seconds.
Johnson led all prospects on Sunday with a 10’ 10.25” broad jump tally, and Brian Jones from Acadia recorded the fastest shuttle time on Sunday with a time of 4.13 seconds.
The 2016 CFL Draft will be held on Tuesday, May 10, 2016.
The CFL regular season kicks off Thursday, June 23rd when the Toronto Argonauts host the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at their new home, BMO Field. Friday Night Football debuts June 24th when the Winnipeg Blue Bombers host the Montreal Alouettes. And on June 25th, the Edmonton Eskimos host the Ottawa REDBLACKS, in a rematch of the 103rd Grey Cup, and the Calgary Stampeders visit the BC Lions.