Linebackers: With the loss of Shea Emry via free agency to the Toronto Argonauts, it has created a small hole with their non-import talent at that position. The Alouettes were fortunate enough to have had Emry man a position normally occupied by an import player. Could Popp win the lottery twice by unearthing another non-import star? Keep an eye on Simon Fraser Clan, Casey Chin, and the Stingers own Travis Bent. Chin is a wild card player. He did very well in the combine testing and one-on-one drills. Some might view him as smallish, but he is a thumper that can bring the pounding in a hit. Bent's stock has risen, winning an opportunity from the Montreal regional combine to attend the Toronto event. Universally, Bent has been on the CFL radar since coming out from the Toronto area high school system. Even though he played on an 0-8 Stingers team in 2013, it has not deterred the CFL scouts from looking at his skills for the next level. Let's not forget in 2013 that former Stingers player Kris Robertson went through the Quebec City regional and earned himself an invitation for the CFL Combine where he ended up being a second round selection for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Bent has a chance to hear his name being called early in this draft.
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