2006 CIS Football All-Canadian Team

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The 2006 CIS football All-Canadian team was announced in November 2006 prior to the Vanier Cup championship. The Canadian Interuniversity Sport Football All-Canadian Team is an honour given annually to the CIS football players voted best at their respective positions.[1][2]

First Team[edit]

Offence
Teale Orban, QB, Regina
Chris Ciezki, RB, UBC
Daryl Stephenson, RB, Windsor
David McKoy, WR, Guelph
Brad Smith*, WR, Queen's
Chris Getzlaf, IR, Regina
Andy Baechler*, IR, Laurier
Chris Bauman, IR, Regina
Kevin Kelly, OL, Ottawa
Kyle Koch, OL, McMaster
Adam Rogers, G, Acadia
Chris Best, LT, Waterlooo
Jordan Rempel, OL, Saskatchewan
* tie
Defence
Martin Gagné, DL, Montreal
Brian Guebert, DL, Saskatchewan
Nate Finlay, DL, McMaster
Michaël Jean-Louis, DL, Laval
Jesse Alexander, LB, Laurier
Patrick Donovan, LB, Concordia
Yannick Carter, LB, Laurier
Corey McNair, DB, Western
Sammy Okpro, HB, Concordia
Anthony Plante-Ajah, DB, Ottawa
Modibo Sidibe, CB, Concordia
Dylan Barker, S, Saskatchewan
Special Teams
Derek Schiavone, P, Western
Derek Schiavone, K, Western

Second Team[edit]

Offence
Joshua Sacobie, QB, Ottawa
Andre Sadeghian, RB, McMaster
Pierre-Luc Yao, RB, Laval
Matt Carter, IR, Acadia
Glenn Mackay, IR, Windsor
Greg Hetherington, SB, McGill
Alexandre Zara, OL, Montréal
Ben Walsh, OG, McGill
Keith Dauper, OT, Concordia
Hubert Buydens, OL, Saskatchewan
Scott Evans, OL
Defence
Sean Pepe, DL, Toronto
Simon Patrick, DL, Manitoba
Steve Faoro, LB, Acadia
Cory Huclack, LB, Manitoba
Stephen Wilson, LB, Regina
Justin Phillips, DB, Laurier
Jordy Burrows, DB, Saskatchewan
Jock Gemmell, DB, Mount Allison
Josh Maltin, DB, Laurier
Jeff Zelinski, DB, Saint Mary's
Elliott Richardson, S, Acadia
Special Teams
Braden Suchan, P, Saskatchewan
James Michener, K, Acadia

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "CIS football - Defensive all-Canadians announced". Canadian Interuniversity Sport. November 21, 2006. Retrieved November 27, 2009. 
  2. ^ "CIS Football - Offensive all-Canadians announced". Canadian Interuniversity Sport. November 22, 2006. Retrieved November 27, 2009. 

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