Toronto running back James Wilder Jr., Calgary linebacker Alex Singleton and Ottawa receiver Diontae Spencer are the CFL's top performers for Week 13.
Wilder scored his first CFL touchdown and recorded new career bests with 190 yards rushing and 67 yards receiving in the Argonauts' 34-26 home win over Edmonton on Saturday.
His rushing yards were the fourth-highest single-game total in Argonauts franchise history.
Singleton recorded a game-high eleven tackles Saturday in the Stampeders' 16th consecutive victory at McMahon Stadium, a 27-13 win over the B.C. Lions.
Singleton has recorded 91 tackles in his sophomore season, which ties him for the season lead with B.C.'s Solomon Elimimian.
This is the second time Singleton has been named a Shaw CFL Top Performer with his first recognition coming in Week 11.
Spencer accumulated 222 all-purpose yards, including a 113-yard missed field goal return touchdown, in Ottawa's 29-11 win over the Montreal Alouettes on Sunday.
He added a game-high six receptions and 52 yards, as well as 21 kickoff return yards and 34 punt return yards.