HBcook is running the first ever CFL Pro Bowl.
If the interest is there, will may do it live for next season.
I plan on organizing a Regular Season Prediction meeting!
Coming soon on Feb 3rd! Join us in Discord at 8pm EST!
I will set up a spreadsheet for the event, all are welcome!
We will discuss team records and predict them, also MVP, ROTY, DPOTY, etc.
To update the ingame names and logo's,
Controls - Participants - Import Configuration
after that you should see St. Louis and Philly's new names and logos.
The Inferno are in re-build mode still, hoping to build upon the foundation of QB Marsh. In this class they hoped to land him some offensive line help and potentially another receiving target. However, being that they are in a re-build, all options were on the table so BPA ruled the day.
1.7 OLB Daryl Zulkowski, Colorado -42/74
It came down to WR Dillon, TE Campana or Zulkowski with this pick. Word has it that the war room was divided but all could agree that Zulkowski was the most sure pick of the group. He looks like a pro-ready backer with no real weaknesses. He should step into the line-up day one and make an impact.
1.29 OT Bryan Matthews, Michigan State -27/62
While OT wasn't a huge need for the Inferno, Matthews looks like he could be a solid pass protector. Having depth at the position never hurts and Texas should have the luxury of letting Matthews develop a little before moving him into the starting line-up. Also, it's possible that one of the younger vets could move inside to guard.
2.6 C Samuel Donovan, UAB -29/59
While not an elite center, Donovan is very good in pass protection and solid as a run blocker. He will pair nicely with Matthews in that regard.
3.5 OLB Jerry Toll, Cal -29/50
A solid all arond linebacker, Toll should be able to contribute as a depth guy for now and as a decent starter in the future. Nothing jumps out besides his decent coverage skills.
4.7 P Edwin Klaff, Michigan -35/86
The rare punter that gets drafted, Klaff seems to fit the profile. He has the potential to be one of, if not the, top punter in the CFL. Those are the rare ones that are worth actually drafting.
6.5 RB Dexter "Pinball" Mincey, Iowa -30/37
The human pinball didn't participate in the combine and his game tape was questionable at best. However, he had a reputation for his quickness that earned him the nickname. Unfortunately, that game tape showed a back who is hesitant at finding the hole and doesn't hit it with authority.
Our first CFL Mock Draft! We had a few owners participate and only had one consensus pick. Fun times! I will reveal the owners after the 1st round.