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Montreal Alouettes Sign 5 Players From 2024 CFL Draft, 1 From Global Draft

The Montreal Alouettes announced on Wednesday that they have signed 5 players recently selected in the CFL Draft. The five players signed from the CFL Draft include defensive lineman Micah Roane, wide receivers Mohsen Jamal and Frédérik Antoine, and defensive backs Arthur Hamlin and Vincent Delisle. The only players not signed from the draft were 1st round linebacker Geoffrey Cantin-Arku as well as runningback Michael Herzog who was drafted in the 6th round.

The Alouettes have also signed Australian punter Sam Clark who was selected in the first round of the global draft.

Round 3 (29) DB Arthur Hamlin – Colgate

(24 y/o, 6’0”, 195 lbs)

Arthur Hamlin recorded 50 solo tackles, 20 assisted tackles, and 7 passes defended over 31 games with 18 starts over 5 seasons while at Colgate. In his final season, he made 32 total tackles, 6 passes defended, a tackle for a loss, and an interception over 10 games.

At the CFL Combine, Hamlin ran a 4.67-second 40-yard dash, a 4.44-second shuttle, and a 6.97-second 3-cone drill. He also performed a 32.5-inch vertical, 9’10” broad jump, and 8 reps on the bench (225 pounds).

Round 4 (38) DL Micah Roane – South Dakota

(24 y/o, 6’4”, 255 lbs)

Micah Roane recorded 44 solo tackles, 50 assisted tackles, 13.5 tackles for a loss, 7.5 sacks, 3 passes defended, and 2 forced fumbles over 40 games with 24 starts while at South Dakota. In 2013 he started in all 13 games over which he recorded 40 total tackles, 7 TFLs, 4.5 sacks, 2 passes defended, and recovered a fumble.

At his Pro Day in March, Roane ran a 4.95-second 40-yard dash, a 4.65-second shuttle, and a 7.72-second 3-cone drill. He recorded a 29-inch vertical jump, and an 8’10” broad jump, and completed 17 reps on the bench press (225 pounds). His measurements are 6 feet 0.3 inches in height and 260 pounds in weight.

Round 5 (47) WR Frédérik Antoine – Laval

(26 y/o, 6’1”, 217 lbs)

Antoine played the last 2 seasons with Laval.  He had 19 catches for 213 yards over 8 regular season games in 2022. In 2023 he played in 5 regular season games recording 10 catches for 117 yards.

At the CFL Combine, Antoine ran a 4.53-second 40-yard dash. He achieved a 36-inch vertical jump and a 9’9.125″ broad jump and completed 21 reps on the bench press (225 pounds). Antoine did not participate in the shuttle and 3-cone drills. His 40 time was very close behind the fastest time at the combine which was 4.51 seconds.

Round 7 (65) WR Mohsen Jamal – Western

(23 y/o, 5’11”, 171 lbs)

Mohsen Jamal played in a reduced role with Western until his final year. In 2023, he caught 48 passes for 760 yards and 5 touchdowns. He was named Second Team OUA in 2023.

At the CFL Combine, Jamal ran a 4.62-second 40-yard dash, a 4.26-second shuttle, and a 6.76-second 3-cone drill. He also achieved a 32.5-inch vertical jump, and a 10’1.25″ broad jump, and completed 15 reps on the bench press (225 pounds).

Round 8 (74) DB Vincent Delisle – Laval

(23 y/o, 6’2”, 190 lbs)

Over the past 3 seasons, Delisle played in 22 regular season games with Laval. He recorded 23 solo tackles, 12 assisted tackles, 3 passes defended, and an interception over that span.

Global Round 1 (9) P Sam Clark – James Madison (6’4, 194 lbs)

Sam Clark played for the Sacramento State Hornets in 2019 and 2021. He punted 52 times in 2019 for an average of 39.7 yards per punt and increased to 44.3 yards per punt over 44 punts in 2021. He played for James Madison in 2022 where he punted 50 times averaging 43.2 yards per punt.

Clark was named All-Big Sky Conference Third Team by coaches in 2021.

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