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2012 CFL Draft

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Dec 17, 2021

The 2012CFL Draft took place on Thursday, May 3, 2012 at 3:00 PM ET on TSN.[1] 45 players were chosen from among eligible players from Canadian Universities across the country, as well as Canadian players playing in the NCAA. The Calgary Stampeders had the most selections with eight, while Hamilton had seven picks. The Toronto Argonauts and Montreal Alouettes each had six and the Edmonton Eskimos and Winnipeg Blue Bombers had five picks. The defending Grey Cup champion BC Lions and the Saskatchewan Roughriders had the fewest selections with just four. A total of three trades involving 11 draft picks in this draft were made on the draft day itself.[2] Of the 45 draft selections, 24 players were drafted from Canadian Interuniversity Sport institutions, which is the lowest percentage of CIS players taken since 2006 (26 of 50, 52%, were selected then).[3] It is also the lowest number of CIS players taken since the 2000 CFL Draft when just 22 out of 46 players were chosen.

2012 CFL Draft
General information
Sport Canadian football
Date(s) May 3
Time 3:00 PM ET
Location Toronto
Network(s) TSN
Overview
45 total selections in 6 rounds
First selection Ben Heenan
Most selections Calgary Stampeders (8)
Fewest selections BC Lions (4)
Saskatchewan Roughriders (4)
CIS selections 24
NCAA selections 21
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The first two rounds were broadcast live on TSN with CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon announcing each selection. The production was hosted by Rod Black and featured the CFL on TSN panel which included Duane Forde, Chris Schultz, Dave Naylor, Farhan Lalji, Blake Nill, Jeff Cummins, and Stefan Ptaszek who analyzed the teams’ needs and picks.[4]

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60 of the top Canadian athletes attended the 2012 CFL Evaluation Camp which took place March 2–4 in Toronto.[5] Below is a table with the CFL Scouting Bureau rankings of the top CFL Draft prospects.[6]

Final
Ranking[7]
January
Ranking[8]
September
Ranking[9]
Player Position College
1 2 Tyrone Crawford Defensive end Boise State
2 1 1 Ben Heenan Offensive lineman Saskatchewan
3 4 2 Shamawd Chambers Wide receiver Wilfrid Laurier
4 3 3 Austin Pasztor Offensive lineman Virginia
5 6 4 Frédéric Plesius Linebacker Laval
6 12 13 Christo Bilukidi Defensive end Georgia State
7 7 Ameet Pall Defensive end Wofford
8 Jabar Westerman Defensive lineman Eastern Michigan
9 9 8 Simon Charbonneau-Campeau Wide receiver Sherbrooke
10 15 11 Matt Norman Offensive lineman Western Ontario
11 11 6 Ismaël Bamba Wide receiver Sherbrooke
12 14 Johnny Aprile Wide receiver Queen’s
13 Justin Capicciotti Defensive lineman Simon Fraser
14 Keenan MacDougall Defensive back Saskatchewan
15 5 5 Kirby Fabien Offensive lineman Calgary
8 7 Bryce McCall Defensive back Saskatchewan
10 Jason Medeiros Offensive lineman McMaster
13 Arnaud Gascon-Nadon Defensive end Laval
9 Tyson Pencer Offensive lineman Washington State
10 Hasan Hazime Defensive end Akron
12 Austin Anderson Kicker McGill
14 Keynan Parker Defensive back Oregon State
15 Courtney Stephen Defensive back Northern Illinois

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