With the Canadian Football League (CFL) Draft set for Tuesday, May 2, the spring edition of the CFL Scouting Bureau was released on Friday.
Syracuse offensive lineman Matthew Bergeron climbed up to the top spot of the rankings after he was in the fifth spot in the Winter Edition.
In second spot is Illnois running back, Chase Brown, followed by his brother, Sydney a defensive back who also plays with Illnois. The Brown brothers occupied the top two spots in the Winter Edition.
Defensive lineman Tavius Robinson of Mississippi was named the fourth top prospect in the Spring Edition.
Eastern Michigan offensive lineman Sidy Sow is in the fifth spot of the rankings, falling one spot after he was ranked fourth in the previous rankings.
University of Regina Rams defensive end Anthony Bennett was listed in the 16th position, he fell three spots after was ranked at 13th in the Winter Edition
The CFL Scouting bureau is comprised of CFL scouts, as well as the player personnel directors and general managers from the league’s nine clubs.
620 CKRM will have full coverage of the 2023 CFL Draft on May 2, the Saskatchewan Roughriders have the third selection in the first round.