The Canadian Football League announced Thursday it will hold a one-round European player draft April 11.

The 18 European players that attended the CFL Combine in March will be eligible to be drafted.

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have the first selection for the draft after a weighted draft with all nine clubs.

The draft order is as follows:

1.Hamilton Tiger-Cats
2. Winnipeg Blue Bombers
3. Montreal Alouettes 
4. Edmonton Eskimos
5. Toronto Argonauts
6. Saskatchewan Roughriders
7. BC Lions
9. Calgary Stampeders

The players eligible to be selected:

Eligible players for CFL's European player draft

Jordan Bouah WR Saddleback College Gauchos Rome, Italy
Valentin Gnahoua DL Berlin Rebels Le Mans, France
Thiadric Hansen LB Potsdam Royals Flensburg, Germany
Marc Anthony Hor DL Frankfurt Universe Mannheim, Germany
Kimi Linnainmaa WR Helsinki Roosters Espoo, Finland
Mads Nielsen DL Copenhagen Towers Vejle, Denmark
Frederik Nielsen WR Potsdam Royals Aalborg, Denmark
Okko Outinen DE Helsinki Roosters Hämeenlinna, Finland
Benjamin Plu WR Thonon-les-Bains Black Panthers Le Mans, France
Asnnel Robo RB University de Montreal Cayenne, France
Maxime Rouyer LB McGill  Troyes, France
Roni Salonen LB Braunschweig New Yorker Lions Vantaa, Finland
Hendrik Schwarz WR Marburg Mercenaries Marburg, Germany
Arttu Tennberg OL Porvoo Butchers Helsinki, Finland
Alessandro Vergani OL Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns Monza, Italy
Sonny Weishaupt QB Grenoble Centaures Aschaffenburg, Germany
Max Earvin Zimmermann WR Potsdam Royals Berlin, Germany
Johannes Zirngibl DE Straubing Spiders Landau, Germany