8. Hamilton Tiger-Cats — DL Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund, Southeastern Louisiana
Adeyemi-Berglund is a rare prospect in that he was impactful as a starter and on special teams in college. The Dartmouth, Nova Scotia native spent the past two seasons terrorizing quarterbacks while also playing upback on punt team, adjusting formations and calling fakes.
The six-foot-two, 243-pound defensive end recorded 16 sacks over his junior and senior seasons, three of which came against Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow of LSU. Hamilton would benefit from Adeyemi-Berglund’s versatility, providing depth on defence and special teams.
14. Montreal Alouettes — LB/DB Adam Auclair, Laval
Danny Maciocia was forced to part ways with Boseko Lokombo and Chris Ackie this off-season due to the salary cap. Finding players capable of rotating at linebacker and safety is tough, but Auclair is capable of filling both roles while adding some local flavour.
Source : John Hodge , 3downnation.com https://3downnation.com/2020/03/19/john-hodges-2020-cfl-mock-draft-1-0/?fbclid=IwAR2pbWWBOPyLDQcek5zxJcszyoHfA8ztVsowDswa_KctEdwQndA9_cmVE7Q