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2004 CFL Draft

The 2004 CFL Draft took place on Wednesday, April 28, 2004.[1] 53 players were chosen from among eligible players from Canadian Universities across the country, as well as Canadian players playing in the NCAA.[2] Of the 53 draft selections, 35 players were drafted from Canadian Interuniversity Sport institutions.[3]

Round one

Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
1 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Wayne Smith OL Appalachian State
2 Ottawa Renegades Ibrahim Khan OL Simon Fraser
3 Ottawa Renegades David Azzi WR Ottawa
4 Toronto Argonauts Mark Moroz OL Wake Forest
5 BC Lions O.J. Atogwe S Stanford
6 Saskatchewan Roughriders Ducamel Augustin FB Villanova
7 Toronto Argonauts Jean-Fredric Tremblay WR Laval
8 Montreal Alouettes Alain Kashama DL Michigan
9 Edmonton Eskimos Amarpreet Sanghera OL British Columbia

Round two

= CFL Division All-Star = CFL All-Star = Hall of Famer
Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
10 Edmonton Eskimos Gilles Lezi FB Northwestern
11 Calgary Stampeders Tyler Lymem DL Calgary
12 Ottawa Renegades Christian Leibl-Cote OL New Hampshire
13 BC Lions (via Toronto) Nautyn McKay-Loescher DE Alabama
14 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Marwan Hage OL Colorado
15 Montreal Alouettes Ryan Jeffrey OL Wilfrid Laurier
16 Calgary Stampeders Pascal Masson DB Laval
17 Edmonton Eskimos Rhett McLane OL Saskatchewan

Round Three

= CFL Division All-Star = CFL All-Star = Hall of Famer
Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
18 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Sean Kent OL Regina
19 Calgary Stampeders Jason Taylor DE British Columbia
20 Ottawa Renegades Shaun Suisham K Bowling Green
21 Montreal Alouettes Josh Bourke OL Grand Valley State
22 BC Lions Scott Plummer DB Simon Fraser
23 Saskatchewan Roughriders Walter Spencer DB Indianapolis
24 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Jon Ryan WR/K Regina
25 Montreal Alouettes O'Neil Wilson WR Connecticut
26 Edmonton Eskimos Andrew Nowacki WR Murray State

Round Four

Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
27 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Connor Healey DB Wilfrid Laurier
28 Calgary Stampeders Anthony Forgione OL York
29 Ottawa Renegades L.P. Ladouceur DT California
30 Toronto Argonauts Frank Hoffman DL York
31 Saskatchewan Roughriders Luc Mullinder DE Michigan State
32 Saskatchewan Roughriders Ryan Strong OL Wayne State
33 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Neil McKinlay LB Simon Fraser
34 Montreal Alouettes Rudy Hage DE Concordia
35 Edmonton Eskimos Chad Rempel WR Saskatchewan

Round Five

Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
36 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Anthony Mason OL Guelph
37 Calgary Stampeders Christian Simmerling DB Saint Mary's
38 Ottawa Renegades Matt Kirk DL Queen's
39 Toronto Argonauts Mike Mahoney LB McGill
40 BC Lions Troy Cunningham DE Concordia
41 Saskatchewan Roughriders Craig Zimmer LB Regina
42 Calgary Stampeders Marc Mitchell LB Queen's
43 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Ryan Folk LB Calgary
44 Edmonton Eskimos Martin Gagnon DB Laval

Round Six

Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
45 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Justin Shakell DL Wilfrid Laurier
46 Calgary Stampeders Andrew Gallant SB St. Francis Xavier
47 Ottawa Renegades Christian Heffernan SB Western Ontario
48 Toronto Argonauts Brandan Mahoney WR Simon Fraser
49 BC Lions Billy Palmer TE Notre Dame
50 Montreal Alouettes Landon White DB Alberta
51 Winnipeg Blue Bombers John Sullivan S Waterloo
52 Montreal Alouettes Steven Frake DB Wilfrid Laurier
53 Edmonton Eskimos David Thorne OL Mount Allison

References


Preceded by
2003 CFL Draft
Canadian College Draft
2004
Succeeded by
2005 CFL Draft

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