On Wednesday, Edmonton Football Team jailed seven players from its 2020 draft class, including offensive lineman and four Tomas Jack-Kurdyla from the University of Buffalo.

Jack-Kurdyla has played 47 games for the Bulls in the last four seasons and made 40 wary starts.

In 2019, the six-foot-three, 300-pound Montreal soccer player was part of an offensive lines group that received a Honorable Mention for the Joe Moore Award, given to the top 15 offensive lines in Division 1 NCAA.

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Defender Alain Pae – a second round hit – is from the Czech Republic and last played in 2017 when he recorded 25.5 tackles and six quarterback sacks for the Gee Gees in eight games and received the OUA All-Conference Rookie Award.

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Linebacker Malik Tyne – an election from the third round – played 43 games for Towson University in four seasons.

In 2019, Tyne played 12 games, recording 19 tackles, nine quarterback presses, two quarterback sacks, three tackles for a loss, three fumble recoveries, and two forced fumbles. It was mainly used in lightning packs.

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Guelph Gryphon’s defenseman Dotun Aketepe – a fourth round pick – was selected as an OUA Second Team All-Star in 2019 after completing an average of five tackles per game and recording three interceptions – one for a touchdown – and a quarterback sack.

Wagner offensive lineman and Fort Erie, Ont., Native Chris Gangarossa – a six-round hit – started most of his games in a left tackle against Seahawks.

The defensive end of York, Rossini Sandjong – a seventh round election – and Carleton running back Mitch Raper – an eighth round election – round out the class.

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Last week the Edmonton Football Team signed a kicker and their selection for the fifth round, Fort Hays State’s Dante Brown, who was twice named Special Team Player of the Year in Division 2 of the NCAA.

In 35 games, Brown combined 84 percent of his field attempts while recording a punt average of 42.4 yards.

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