The Riders first ever mini-camp at historic Dodgertown in Vero Beach, Florida has come to an end
Rider Head Coach & GM Chris Jones was happy with Day 3, and the overall productivity of the camp.
“It’s the hump day when you have a couple of two-a-days and then a third one in a row where guys might not be able to make it through practice or mentally it defeats them,” Jones said. “So it’s good to be able to evaluate exactly where they are physically and mentally. I thought it was a really athletic camp. I thought there was a lot of guys who carried their skill to the field. The quarterbacks did an outstanding job of getting them in and out of the huddle and delivering the football. I thought the coaches drove the guys hard and overall I’m really pleased.”
The team will now come home and start getting ready for the CFL Draft on May 10. The Riders hold the number one pick overall.