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31. DE - Kevin Huntley (226)

2010 NHL Draft
2010
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
41 9 0 0 0
Career
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
77 18 0 2 0
Noteworthy
Huntley has only been in the league for two years, but has picked up nine sacks in both years. His nine in 2010 were fourth in the league, helping him earn CFL All-Star honours.

32. C - Marwan Hage (215)

2010 NHL Draft
Noteworthy
For the past four years, Hage has been the Tiger-Cats nominee for Most Outstanding Lineman. He earned his first CFL All-Star nod in 2010 and was the East Division's nominee for Most Outstanding Lineman.

33. RB - Avon Cobourne (210)

2010 NHL Draft
2010
ATT YARDS AVG LONG TD
184 956 5.2 27 6
Career
ATT YARDS AVG LONG TD
593 3,301 5.6 43 27
Noteworthy
Cobourne fell just shy of 1,000 yards rushing in 2010 but is just one year removed from his best season as a pro, where he racked up 1,214 yards rushing and 13 touchdowns in 2009. He capped off his outstanding 2009 by being named Grey Cup MVP when the Alouettes defeated the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

34. DB - Dwight Anderson (202)

2010 NHL Draft
2010
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
49 0 5 1 2
Career
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
202 0 11 7 3
Noteworthy
Anderson showed flashes of being great in his first season with Hamilton, but really came into his own the past three seasons with the Stampeders. The league's Top Trash Talker was a West Division All-Star the past two years and a CFL All-Star in 2010 after finishing tied for third in the league with five interceptions.

35. DB - Jovon Johnson (194)

2010 NHL Draft
2010
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
62 0 4 0 1
Career
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
203 0 13 2 4
Noteworthy
A dual threat, Johnson has received accolades for both his defensive and special teams play. A CFL All-Star in 2009, Johnson was named an East Division All-Star as a defensive back and the Blue Bombers nominee for Most Outstanding Special Teams Player in 2010.

36. DB - James Patrick (191)

2010 NHL Draft
2010
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
68 0 9 1 1
Career
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
136 1 13 4 1
Noteworthy
In his third year in the CFL, Patrick led the league with nine interceptions in 2010. For his efforts, the safety was named a CFL All-Star and the Roughriders' nominee for Most Outstanding Defensive Player.

37. G - Brendon LaBatte (186)

2010 NHL Draft
Noteworthy
LaBatte started his career in 2008, when he was the Blue Bombers nominee for Most Outstanding Rookie. Since then LaBatte has been twice named the Bombers Most Outstanding Lineman and an East Division All-Star.

38. OT - Rob Murphy (167)

2010 NHL Draft
Noteworthy
The CFL's "Nastiest Player" has three times been named a CFL All-Star and his team's nominee for Most Outstanding Lineman. Murphy was named the CFL's Most Outstanding Lineman in 2006 and 2007.

39. OL - Scott Flory (153)

2010 NHL Draft
Noteworthy
The three-time Grey Cup champion has been named an East Division All-Star nine times, a CFL All-Star eight times, the Alouettes Most Outstanding Lineman six times, and the CFL's Most Outstanding Lineman twice.

40. S - Willie Pile (150)

2010 NHL Draft
2010
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
83 2 4 2 0
Career
TKL SACKS INT FUM TD
315 10 10 5 0
Noteworthy
The versatile Pile was named an East Division All-Star in 2010, playing safety for the first time in his career. Prior to that Pile was a linebacker, and in 2008 was the Argos nominee for Most Outstanding Defensive Player at the position.

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