The Winnipeg Blue Bombers picked up some great talent during the 2015 CFL Draft this week. For the second year in a row, the team received the second overall pick.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers Draft Summary:
Round 1, Pick 2: Sukh Chungh (Offensive Lineman)
Chungh (6-4, 305, University of Calgary, March 4, 1992 Port Coquitlam, BC), has spent the past five seasons with the Calgary Dinos, appearing in seven games in 2014. For the second straight season, he was named both a Canada West All-Star and a CIS All-Canadian. Chungh also played for Team West in the CIS East-West Bowl in 2014.
Round 2, Pick 11: Addison Richards (Receiver)
Richards (6-5, 210, University of Regina, February 4, 1991, in Regina, SK), appeared in eight regular season games with Regina in 2014, and set a single season school record with 55 catches and 916 yards, which ranked him first in the CIS. He was named a CIS first team All-Canadian, and for the second straight year, a Canada West All-Star. Richards played for Team West in the CIS East-West Bowl in 2014.
Round 2, Pick 15: Brendan Morgan (Defensive Back)
Morgan (6-0, 195, Queens, September 28, 1993 in Pickering, ON) has spent the past two seasons with Queen’s, playing in two games and finished with 13.5 defensive tackles. He played for Team East in the 2014 East-West Bowl in 2014.
Round 4, Pick 33: Chris Normand (Running Back)
Normand (6-2, 230, Laval, October 17, 1991, in Bromont, QC) spent four seasons at Laval, and appeared in four regular season contests in 2014, rushing eleven times for 65 yards. Normand played for Team East in the CIS East-West Bowl.
Round 5, Pick 38: Ettore Lattanzio (Defensive Lineman)
Lattanzio (6-0, 260, Ottawa, December 27, 1990, in Ottawa, ON) spent four seasons at Ottawa, appearing in eight regular season games in 2014. He recorded 29 defensive tackles, eight sacks (3rd in the CIS), 14 tackles for a loss, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. Lattanzio was named an OUA first-team all-star, the J.P. Metras Award OUA winner, and a CIS first-team all-Canadian in 2014.
Round 6, Pick 46: Justin Warden (Defensive Back)
Warden (6-2, 200, Bishop’s, September 26, 1990 in Ottawa, ON) played in five games with Bishop’s in 2014, finishing with 41 total tackles, two forced fumbles, and one interception.