MOP BRANDON BANKS HEADLINES ALL-STAR SELECTIONS

MOP BRANDON BANKS HEADLINES ALL-STAR SELECTIONS

16 first-time CFL All-Stars and six national players named to 2019 All-Star team

TORONTO (November 27, 2019) – The 57th annual Canadian Football League (CFL) All-Stars have been named in recognition of the 2019 season’s best performers. The 27 All-Stars were selected by 49 voters comprised of members of the Football Reporters of Canada and the league’s head coaches.

2019 CFL ALL-STARS

Position

 

Name

 

Team

Quarterback

 

Cody Fajardo

 

Saskatchewan Roughriders

Running Back

 

William Stanback

 

Montreal Alouettes

Receivers

 

Brandon Banks

 

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

 

 

Reggie Begelton

 

Calgary Stampeders

 

 

Bryan Burnham

 

BC Lions

 

 

Shaq Evans

 

Saskatchewan Roughriders

 

 

Bralon Addison

 

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Centre

 

Dan Clark *

 

Saskatchewan Roughriders

Guards

 

Shane Bergman *

 

Calgary Stampeders

 

 

Brandon Revenberg*

 

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Offensive Tackles

 

Stanley Bryant

 

Winnipeg Blue Bombers

 

 

Chris Van Zeyl *

 

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Defensive Ends

 

Willie Jefferson

 

Winnipeg Blue Bombers

 

 

Charleston Hughes

 

Saskatchewan Roughriders

Defensive Tackles

 

Dylan Wynn

 

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

 

 

Almondo Sewell

 

Edmonton Eskimos

Linebackers

 

Simoni Lawrence

 

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

 

 

Henoc Muamba *

 

Montreal Alouettes

Cover Linebacker

 

Derrick Moncrief

 

Saskatchewan Roughriders

Cornerbacks

 

Tre Roberson

 

Calgary Stampeders

 

 

Winston Rose

 

Winnipeg Blue Bombers

Halfbacks

 

Greg Reid

 

Montreal Alouettes

 

 

Richard Leonard

 

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Safety

 

Tunde Adeleke *

 

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Kicker

 

Sergio Castillo

 

BC Lions

Punter

 

Richie Leone

 

Ottawa REDBLACKS

Special Teams Player

 

Frankie Williams

 

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

* Denotes a national player

TEAM BREAKDOWN

9 – Hamilton Tiger-Cats
5 – Saskatchewan Roughriders
3 – Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Montreal Alouettes, Calgary Stampeders
2 – BC Lions
1 – Edmonton Eskimos, Ottawa REBLACKS

BY THE NUMBERS

14 – West Division All-Stars
13 – East Division All-Stars
6 – National CFL All-Stars

MULTIPLE CAREER CFL ALL-STAR SELECTIONS

6x – Charleston Hughes and Almondo Sewell
5x – Stanley Bryant
4x – Brandon Banks
3x – Bryan Burnham, Willie Jefferson, Richie Leone and Chris Van Zeyl
2x – Simoni Lawrence, Henoc Muamba and Brandon Revenberg

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