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2003 CFL Draft

The 2003 CFL Draft took place on Wednesday, April 30, 2003. 53 players were chosen for Canadian Football League teams from among the eligible CIS football players from Canadian universities, as well as Canadian players playing in the NCAA.[1][2] Of the 53 draft selections, 32 players were drafted from Canadian Interuniversity Sport institutions.[3]

Round one

= CFL Division All-Star = CFL All-Star = Hall of Famer
Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
1 Calgary Stampeders Steve Morley OL Saint Mary's
2 Calgary Stampeders Joe McGrath OT Miami
3 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Julian Radlein RB British Columbia
4 Edmonton Eskimos Emmanuel Casseus LB Michigan
5 Calgary Stampeders Wes Lysack DB Manitoba
6 BC Lions Paris Jackson WR Utah
7 Calgary Stampeders Marc Calixte LB Tennessee (Martin)
8 Edmonton Eskimos Randy Spencer DT Weber State
9 Montreal Alouettes Andrew Noel WR Acadia

Round two

= CFL Division All-Star = CFL All-Star = Hall of Famer
Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
10 Edmonton Eskimos Kojo Aidoo FB McMaster
11 Calgary Stampeders Taylor Robertson OL Central Florida
12 Calgary Stampeders Sandro Sciortino K Boston College
13 Ottawa Renegades Trevor Kine OT New Mexico State
14 Montreal Alouettes Richard Karikari CB St. Francis Xavier
15 BC Lions Javier Glatt LB British Columbia
16 Ottawa Renegades Louis Hobson DL Stanford
17 Ottawa Renegades Israel Idonije DE Manitoba
18 Montreal Alouettes Kerry Carter RB Stanford

Round three

= CFL Division All-Star = CFL All-Star = Hall of Famer
Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
19 Ottawa Renegades Patrick Kabongo DT Nebraska
20 Edmonton Eskimos Dounia Whitehouse CB Charleston Southern
21 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Kevin Scott LB California PA
22 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Todd Krenbring OL Regina
23 Saskatchewan Roughriders Mike McCullough LB St. Francis Xavier
24 BC Lions Carl Gourgues OL Laval
25 Calgary Stampeders Mike Labinjo DL Michigan State
26 Edmonton Eskimos Joseph Bonaventura LB Saint Mary's
27 Montreal Alouettes Matt Brandt TE Miami (Ohio)

Round four

Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
28 Toronto Argonauts Ray Mariuz LB McMaster
29 Calgary Stampeders Hassan Probherbs WR Portland State
30 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Agustin Barrenechea LB Calgary
31 Saskatchewan Roughriders Jim Merrick OG McGill
32 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Sebastian Roy LB Mount Allison
33 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Ian Shelswell DL Stanford
34 Edmonton Eskimos Larry Ram OL Florida A&M
35 Montreal Alouettes Paul Archer OL Saint Mary's

Round five

Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
36 Ottawa Renegades Marc Parenteau OG Boston College
37 Calgary Stampeders Blake Machan SB Calgary
38 Hamilton Tiger-Cats David Kasouf WR Holy Cross
39 Toronto Argonauts Derik Fury LB Mount Allison
40 Saskatchewan Roughriders Mike Thomas WR Regina
41 BC Lions Nicholas Hoffman FB McGill
42 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Cory Olynick WR Regina
43 Calgary Stampeders Travis Arnold OL Manitoba
44 Montreal Alouettes Mathieu Bertrand QB Laval

Round six

= CFL Division All-Star = CFL All-Star = Hall of Famer
Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
45 Ottawa Renegades Todd Seely LB Ottawa
46 Calgary Stampeders Greg Schafer OT British Columbia
47 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Erico-Olivier Hakim FB Saint Mary's
48 Toronto Argonauts Michael Palmer WR Guelph
49 Saskatchewan Roughriders Adrian Olenick OL Saskatchewan
50 Montreal Alouettes Dave Stala K Saint Mary's
51 Montreal Alouettes Michael Botterill LB McMaster
52 Edmonton Eskimos Didier Ormejuste DL Toledo
53 Montreal Alouettes Ed Becker K Wilfrid Laurier


Preceded by
2002 CFL Draft
Canadian College Draft
Succeeded by
2004 CFL Draft

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