The CFL Draft was held Thursday night, and the Saskatchewan Roughriders selected six players across the eight rounds of the draft.

In the first round, with the sixth overall pick, the Riders picked wide receiver Justin McInnis from Arkansas State. The 6’6” receiver hails from Pointe-Claire, Quebec before heading to the U.S. for college. In three seasons at Arkansas State, he had 115 catches for 1,577 yards and 10 TDs. This past season, he was second on the team with 56 receptions for just shy of 700 yards and six majors.

Brayden Lenius was selected by the Riders in the second round. At the collegiate level, Lenius played three seasons at the University of Washington before transferring to the University of New Mexico. In four seasons at the collegiate level the 6’5” tight end had 581 receiving yards and four touchdowns.

In the fourth round, the Riders chose linebacker Jacob Janke from York University. Last season he played eight games at defensive back, leading the team with 47.5 tackles and three knockdowns.

Defensive lineman Charbel Dabire was selected by the Riders in the fifth round. He finished his final season at Warner College with 73 tackles, two sacks and a forced fumble in 33 games.

A fourth-year offensive lineman from Sherbrooke University, Vincent Roy was the sixth round selection by the Riders.

The final pick for the Green and White was special teams player Chris Judge from California Polytechnic. His brother is Roughriders 2018 second overall pick Cameron Judge.