The Mexican American Professional Football League (LFA) She announced that she is already preparing for the second generation of Mexicans who will be able to play in a team Canadian Football League (CFL).
As part of preparations for Combine LFA-CFL, Last Tuesday, a hypothetical meeting with prospects was held, in which executives from both tournaments attended.
He was representing CFL Director of Operations Gregg DickOperations coordinator Ryan Janzen s Lawrence HopperAs well as the Global Program Director Greg Kwik.
For LFA, Commissioner Alejandro James, Director of sports Enrique Zapata s Oscar Perez They were participating in the meeting.
In total they were 45 players from the eight LFA teams Those who were connected to the session, and who were briefed about the stages and indicators of completing the competition process for a place in the nine teams of the Canadian Football League.
In a similar way, Gregg Dick Repeat that the only way to Mexican talent arrives in the Canadian Football League through LFA.
Before the 2019 Canadian League season, he was The first draft of the LFA player This allowed a total of 18 Mexican players to make their CFL team debuts.
Among the players who watched the events were some of the NFL alumni Thoroughbred UANL tigers, How Javier GarciaAnd the Christian HernandezAnd the Jose MalthusAnd the Oscar Silva Rita s Fernando Richart.
For the 2021 generation, the Outlook list contains several elements from Monterey smelters, Which in turn are graduates Native tigers and wild sheep.
Prospects provided by FUNDIDORES DE MONTERREY
Cosme Lozano – DB – wild sheep
Maximiliano Soto – DL – wild sheep
Uriel Martinez – DL – purebred tigers
Jose Lopez Burgos – Aguilas UACH
Diego Avindaneo – DB – wild sheep
Marcelo Gonzales – RB – purebred tigers
Jorge Gera – DL – purebred tigers
Javier Sanchez – DB – purebred tigers
Ricardo Aguilar – K – purebred tigers
Diego Ibarra – DL – Aztec UDLAP