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A Promising Addition: Offensive Lineman Quinton Barrow Signs with the Tiger-Cats

One of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ points of emphasis this offseason has been improving their offensive and defensive line performance. In December 2023, the Tiger-Cats committed to their offensive line unit by extending Brandon Revenberg’s contract and re-signing Coulter Woodmansey. Today, according to the CFL Transactions list, the Tiger-Cats continued to add depth to their offensive line by signing American offensive lineman Quinton Barrow.

Quinton Barrow is a 6’6″, 331-pound offensive lineman from Romulus, Michigan. He played college football at NCAA Division II Grand Valley State University from 2018 until 2022. According to the Grand Valley State website, Barrow started 36 games at left tackle for the Lakers.

Coming out of Grand Valley State, Barrow was an under-sized offensive line prospect in the 2023 NFL Draft, and NFL scouting reports valued him more for his skill as a run blocker. After not getting selected in the draft, the Kansas City Chiefs signed Barrow as an undrafted free agent. In 2023, the Birmingham Stallions drafted Barrow in the second round of the USFL draft.

Barrow comes to a Tiger-Cats offensive line unit that head coach Scott Milanovich intends to build into a balanced unit. The native of Michigan should get an opportunity to prove himself as a potential correct tackle in training camp, and he could have a chance to make an impact with an improving Hamilton offensive line. Offensively, the Tiger-Cats will need to be able to run the ball effectively with running back James Butler, and they will need to protect veteran CFL quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell if they intend to increase their offensive efficiency compared to the 2023 season.

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Aaron Sauter is a 23-veteran high school football coach that is also an fan of all levels of football. He is especially interested in alternative football leagues like the CFL, UFL, and IFL. Aaron enjoys analyzing innovative schemes on offense and defense during his free time.
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