1987 CFL Draft

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The 1987 CFL Draft composed of eight rounds where 72 Canadian football players were chosen from eligible Canadian universities and Canadian players playing in the NCAA.

1st Round[edit]

= CFL Division All-Star = CFL All-Star = Hall of Famer
Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
1 Ottawa Rough Riders Leo Groenewegen OL British Columbia
2 Edmonton Eskimos Blake Marshall FB Western Ontario
3 Edmonton Eskimos Todd Storme OL Utah State
4 BC Lions Tony Visco DL Purdue
5 Calgary Stampeders Rocco Romano OL Concordia
6 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Andrew McConnell DL St. Francis Xavier
7 BC Lions Larry Clarkson OL Montana
8 Montreal Alouettes Matthew Salo OL Bishop's
9 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Joe Germain WR Simon Fraser

2nd Round[edit]

= CFL Division All-Star = CFL All-Star = Hall of Famer
Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
10 Ottawa Rough Riders Kyle Hall DB Western Ontario
11 Montreal Alouettes Doug Davies OL Simon Fraser
12 Ottawa Rough Riders Patrick Wayne LB Simon Fraser
13 BC Lions Todd Wiseman DB Simon Fraser
14 Calgary Stampeders Andy McVey FB Toronto
15 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Sean Orr OL British Columbia
16 BC Lions Luc Gerritsen FB Wilfrid Laurier
17 Edmonton Eskimos Pierre Vercheval OG Western Ontario
18 BC Lions Paul Shorten WR Toronto

3rd Round[edit]

= CFL Division All-Star = CFL All-Star = Hall of Famer
Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
19 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Jeff Johnson FB Cornell
20 Edmonton Eskimos David Brathwaite DL Toronto
21 Toronto Argonauts Jake Vaughan DB Bishop's
22 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Steve Rodehutskors OL/DL Calgary
23 BC Lions Karl Jovanovic OL Simon Fraser
24 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Matt MacLeod K Oregon
25 BC Lions Jamie Taras OG Western Ontario
26 Edmonton Eskimos Mark Norman DB British Columbia
27 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Lou Godry OL Guelph

4th Round[edit]

28. Ottawa Rough Riders Rae Robiritis OC British Columbia

29. Montreal Alouettes David Stroud DB Minot State

30. Saskatchewan Roughriders Oral Sybblis OL Acadia

31. Toronto Argonauts Scott Lesperance OL Colgate

32. Calgary Stampeders Bruno Geremia DB Calgary

33. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Rob Pavan LB Guelph

34. British Columbia Lions Andrew Murray WR Carleton

35. Edmonton Eskimos Jeff Funtasz TB Alberta

36. British Columbia Lions Robin Belanger DB McGill

5th Round[edit]

37. Ottawa Rough Riders Brent Lewis LB Western Ontario

38. Montreal Alouettes Andre Schad LB Carleton

39. Saskatchewan Roughriders Bruce Lowe NT Wilfrid Laurier

40. Toronto Argonauts Veron Stiliadis DL/LB Wilfrid Laurier

41. Calgary Stampeders Paul Kerber OL Calgary

42. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Gus Alevizos OL Guelph

43. British Columbia Lions Ray Ljubistic OL Hawai'i-Manoa

44. Edmonton Eskimos Tim Spirel TE Western Ontario

45. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Bill McIntyre WR St. Francis Xavier

6th Round[edit]

46. Ottawa Rough Riders Gary Lehmberg DL Simon Fraser

47. Montreal Alouettes Joe Barnabe WR Carleton

48. Saskatchewan Roughriders Joe Marchildon LB York

49. Toronto Argonauts Ron Klein DB Wilfrid Laurier

50. Calgary Stampeders Tony Pierson WR Alberta

51. Winnipeg Blue Bombers John Sutton RB/FB McMaster

52. British Columbia Lions Roald Kovacik LB British Columbia

53. Edmonton Eskimos Darrell Skuse TB Guelph

54. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Joe Fortune OL McMaster

7th Round[edit]

55. Ottawa Rough Riders Rick Wolkensperg WR Western Ontario

56. Montreal Alouettes Mike Bertone OL Concordia

57. Saskatchewan Roughriders Kevin Stroud OL Minot State

58. Toronto Argonauts Rob Raycroft OL Toronto

59. Calgary Stampeders Craig Robson OL North Dakota

60. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Allan Lekun OC McGill

61. British Columbia Lions Rob Moretto DB British Columbia

62. Edmonton Eskimos Tony Spoletini TB Calgary

63. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Sean Guy DL Purdue

8th Round[edit]

64. Ottawa Rough Riders David Waterhouse TB Ottawa

65. Montreal Alouettes Jordan Leith DB British Columbia

66. Saskatchewan Roughriders Byron McCorkell DT Saskatchewan

67. Toronto Argonauts Dave Kohler LB Wilfrid Laurier

68. Calgary Stampeders Kent Lapa DL Murray State

69. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Pete Riley QB Livingston

70. British Columbia Lions Mike Murphy DB Central Washington

71. Edmonton Eskimos Ken Hoppus OL Whitworth

72. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Greg Doren OL Nevada-Reno

References[edit]


Preceded by
1986 CFL Draft
Canadian College Draft
1987
Succeeded by
1988 CFL Draft