TORONTO - The Toronto Argonauts added to their Canadian content this evening with seven picks in the 2018 CFL Draft.

Round Pick Name Position College
1 9 Ryan Hunter Offensive Line Bowling Green
2 18 Nelkas Kwemo Linebacker Queen's
3 20 Regis Cibasu Wide Receiver Montreal
4 35 Simon Gingras-Gagnon Fullback Laval
5 43 Sean Harrington Linebacker Michigan State
7 60 Mathieu Loiselle Linebacker Wagner College
8 69 Kain Anzovino Long Snapper Kent State


Hunter, 23, played in 52 games, starting 38 in four seasons at Bowling Green University after redshirting in 2013. The 6-4, 324-pound native of North Bay, Ontario, started all 14 games at left guard as a sophomore, all 12 games at right tackle as a junior, and all 12 games at left tackle as a senior with the Falcons. He earned MAC Distinguished Scholar-Athlete honours in each of his three final seasons at Bowling Green and received Academic All-MAC honours in four consecutive years.

Kwemo, 22, played in 28 games in four seasons at Queen's University, recording 149 total tackles, 15.5 tackles for a loss, 9.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, three interceptions and one fumble recovery. The 6-2, 231-pound native of Montreal, Quebec, was named a First Team OUA All-Star as a senior after recording a career-high 48 tackles, four sacks, seven tackles for a loss, three interceptions and a defensive touchdown. Prior to Queen's, he played high school football in Maine where he played a number of positions including quarterback, receiver, returner, and linebacker.

Cibasu, 24, started all 31 games during his career at the University of Montreal, becoming the school's all-time leader with 145 receptions. The 6-3, 232-pound native of Montreal, Quebec, was named RSEQ Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2014 and was an RSEQ Offensive All-Star selection in both 2014 and 2016. During his career with the Carabins, the 2014 Vanier Cup MVP totaled 1,797 yards and seven touchdowns on offence.

Gingras-Gagnon, 24, played in nine games in two seasons at the University of Laval after transferring from McGill. The 6-0, 215-pound native of Quebec City, Quebec, was named a 2017 RSEQ Offensive All-Star after catching four passes for 31 yards and two touchdowns while rushing the ball once for nine yards. In seven games as a freshman at McGill in 2014, Gingras-Gagnon caught five passes for 71 yards and a touchdown while adding two tackles.

Harrington, 22, played in 24 games in four seasons at Michigan State University, recording four total tackles and a fumble recovery as a starter on all four special teams with the Spartans. The 6-4, 228-pound native of Commerce Township, Michigan, spent the 2013 season as a redshirt, earning Scout Team Player of the Week on three occasions after earning a spot on the team as a walkon. 

Loiselle, 24, played in 41 games across four seasons at Wagner College, tallying 57 total tackles, three sacks and seven tackles for a loss as a Seahawk. The 5-11, 210-pound native of Quebec recorded a career year in 2017, posting 28 tackles, seven tackles for a loss and three sacks as a senior. He was named to the NEC Fall Academic Honor Roll in all five years at Wagner.

Anzovino, a 5-11, 226-pound native of Fort Erie, Ontario, attended Kent State University where he played in eight games in 2016 after making his collegiate debut the previous season at Illinois.

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