Current Non-Import Roster
|59||Bourke, Josh||OL||6'7||315||Grand Valley State|
|60||Woodruff, Andrew||OL||6'3||320||Boise State|
|9||Deslauriers, Eric||WR||6'4||206||Eastern Michigan|
|82||Zaleski, Jerod||FB||6'4||235||Langley Rams|
|98||Adebayo, Bo||DL||6'4||268||Western Kentucky|
|90||Ihekwoaba, Chima||DL||6'4||255||Wilfrid Laurier|
|38||Dublanko, Curtis||LB||6'0||235||North Dakota|
|44||Ridgeway, Brian||LB||6'3||210||Simon Fraser|
|16||Roy, Bryn||LB||6'1||225||Texas A&M-Commerce|
|42||Hollohan, Dylan||DB||5'10||183||St. Francis Xavier|
|6||Whyte, Sean||K/P||5'9||175||Santa Monica|
Potential Non-Import Starting Positions
5 offensive linemen, two receivers, 1 linebacker, 1 defensive lineman
Key Canadian Arrivals
2011 Most Outstanding Canadian RB Jerome Messam was acquired in a trade with Edmonton. QB Kyle Quinlan will attend his second training camp with Montreal.
Key Canadian Departures
DT J.P. Bekasiak retired.
In The Pipeline
DT Vaughn Martin (Miami Dolphins) and C Phil Blake (Denver Broncos) were both chosen by the Als in 2011.
Finding a defensive tackle will be a priority, as will adding some much needed depth at receiver.
2013 Draft Selections
3rd, 5th, 14th, 23rd, 30th, 32nd, 41st, 47th, 57th
Early Round Picks (2008-2012)
2008: LB Shea Emry (7th), OL Andrew Woodruff (12th)
2009: OL Dylan Steenbergen (7th), TE/LS Martin Bédard (14th), OL Matt Singer (15th)
2010: OL Kristian Matte (7th), DL Chima Ihekwoaba (14th), LB Curtis Dublanko (15th)
2011: K/P Brody McKnight (8th), OL Anthony Barrette (16th)
2012: FB Patrick Lavoie (11th)
Best Late Round Pick (2008-2012)
Starting centre Luc Brodeur-Jourdain was chosen with the second last pick (47th overall) in 2008 and has become one of the CFL's best at his position.
Quirky Draft Fact
Montreal's general draft strategy is most often described as “best player available” but there's another strong trend in the way Montreal has drafted in recent years. In the six drafts since 2007, Montreal has held more than one pick in the first two rounds every year except 2012. In each of those drafts, they have used at least one of their first two selections on an offensive lineman. This year, having never picked higher than fifth overall since re-entering the league in 1996, the Alouettes pick twice in the Top 5 (#3 and #5 overall).