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CJFL Top 50 of 2024

By CJFL 07/19/2024, 9:15am PDT

A projected llist of the best players across the CJFL

Photo courtesy of Wanda Harron Photography

The list of Top 50 players in the CJFL for 2024 are based on their past experience in junior football and not what they have done in other leagues.

The season officially kicks off on Saturday with three games in the BC Conference opening their schedule.

Here is the official list for 2024.

Ranking Name Team
1 Stephen Smith (LB) Regina Thunder
2 Trey Reider (QB) Saskatoon Hilltops
3 LJ Dyer (RB) London Beefeaters
4 Javier Lewis (WR) St. Clair Saints
5 Drake Douglas (WR) Saskatoon Hilltops
6 Colton Meikle (WR) Kamloops Broncos
7 Gio LinuzzI (DB) Westshore Rebels
8 Noah Nelson (LB) Ottawa Sooners
9 Johnathon Stevens (DL) Saskatoon Hilltops
10 Ryland Leichert (RB) Regina Thunder
11 Keagan Curtis (DB) Kamloops Broncos
12 Cody McMahon (DL) Westshore Rebels
13 Darius France (WR) St. Clair Saints
14 Teijon Abel-Douglas  (PK) Saskatoon Hilltops
15 Cody Anglo (DB) Calgary Colts
16 Carl Fabre (DL) St. Clair Saints
17 Sam Kolkman (DB) Edmonton Huskies
18 Nick Szigeti (KR) London Beefeaters
19 Adam King (DB) Regina Thunder
20 Caleb Akerley (PR/WR) Edmonton Huskies
21 Maurice Sodja  (QB) St. Clair Saints
22 Mikhail Biggs (DL) Edmonton Huskies
23 Dalton Urban (DB) Saskatoon Hilltops
24 Camauri Barney (OL) Westshore Rebels
25 Kevin Ricard (OL) London Beefeaters
26 Billy Patterson Jr (DB) St. Clair Saints
27 Isaiah Edwards (WR) Langley Rams
28 Jacob Bond (LB) Okanagan Sun
29 Mo Ibraheem  (DL) St. Clair Saints
30 Owen Cowan (QB) Ottawa Sooners
31 Tyran Duval (QB) Valley Huskers
32 Roy Tambal Musa (KR) Winnipeg Rifles
33 Payton Lake (WR) Valley Huskers
34 Kaiden Banfield (RB) Winnipeg Rifles
35 Andy Ofosuhene (LB) Valley Huskers
36 MJ Doyle-Marshall (RB) St. Clair Saints
37 Derek Gumieny (LB) Winnipeg Rifles
38 Ben Walz (WR) Regina Thunder
39 Maxim Bosc (LB) Kamloops Broncos
40 Sean Cullen (LB) Langley Rams
41 Elelyon Noa (RB) Okanagan Sun
42 Dreyden Schlecht (LB) Edmonton Wildcats
43 Jagger Horst (WR) London Beefeaters
44 Cody Shumanski (OL) Saskatoon Hilltops
45 Cameron Grzegorczyk (RB) Kamloops Broncos
46 Drew Lawrence (DB) London Beefeaters
47 Raiden Mastin (DB) Valley Huskers
48 Teagan Good (P/DB) Quinte Skyhawks
49 Jason Kragt (DL) Prince George Kodiaks
50 Bryce Reuther (LB) Westshore Rebels


Pre-Season Top 10 Power Rankings

By CJFL 07/17/2024, 7:30am PDT

The top 10 teams heading into the 2024 season

Photo courtesy of Wanda Harron Photography

As the new CJFL season approaches kick-off on July 20 in the BC Conference, the CJFL is pleased to release its pre-season Top 10 Power Rankings.  The defending Canadian Bowl champion Saskatoon Hilltops are ranked #1 in the country after their incredible season a year ago and several weapons committed to return. 

Based on several factors including knowledge of returning players, and last year’s results, the pres-season CJFL Top 10 Power Rankings are as follows:

Ranking Teams 2023 Regular Season Record
1 Saskatoon Hilltops 8-0
2 St. Clair  Saints 8-0
3 Regina Thunder 6-2
4 Okanagan Sun 8-1
5 London Beefeaters 6-2
6 Westshore Rebels 10-0
7 Valley Huskers 7-3
8 Edmonton Huskies 4-4
9 Langley Rams 5-4
10 Ottawa Sooners 4-4


CJFL Gone Campin'

By Ryan Watters 06/27/2024, 8:15am PDT

Find out when each CJFL team opens main camp

The CJFL is under 30 days until the kick-off of the 2024 season with the BC Conference opening on Saturday July 20th. 

There are three teams that have already kicked off their main training camp in preparation for the season.  The Langley Rams, Valley Huskers and Ottawa Sooners started this past week as each team is trying to get a jump on the season as their players battle for starting positions. 

The five other teams will open their training camps after Canada Day, including the defending Cullen Cup champion Westshore Rebels on July 2, 2024.

In Ontario the defending champion St. Clair Saints are the final team in the Conference to open camp on July 26th.  Following the Sooners, the Hamilton Hurricanes are next on July 2, then the London Beefeaters on July 9th. 

As for the Prairie Conference, their teams don’t open training camp until after the middle of July.  The Regina Thunder is the first to open on the 18th while the defending Canadian Bowl champion Saskatoon Hilltops are the final team in the CJFL to start their camp. They will kick off officially on July 28th. 

Here is a list of the CJFL teams and their first day of main camp:

Langley Rams – June 24
Valley Huskers – June 24
Ottawa Sooners – June 25
Okanagan Sun – July 1
Westshore Rebels – July 2
Hamilton Hurricanes – July 2
Kamloops Broncos – July 3
VI Raiders – July 3
Prince George Kodiaks – July 5
London Beefeaters – July 9
Regina Thunder – July 18
Calgary Colts – July 20
Quinte Skyhawks – July 22
Edmonton Huskies – July 22
Winnipeg Rifle – July 22
St. Clair Saints – July 26
Edmonton Wildcats – July 26
Saskatoon Hilltops – July 28
GTA Grizzlies – TBD