Toronto — Calgary Stampeders quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell and Hamilton Tiger-Cats quarterback Jeremiah Masoli will both vie for the league’s top individual honour, the Most Outstanding Player award.
The Canadian Football League announced on Thursday that the two players have been voted Most Outstanding Player in their respective divisions. The winner will be announced at the Shaw CFL Awards on Thursday, November 22 at the Winspear Centre in Edmonton as part of the festivities for the 106th Grey Cup presented by Shaw.
The Shaw CFL Awards, which include seven categories, are decided by 68 voters from the Football Reporters of Canada and head coaches from across the league.
BC Lions Kicker Ty Long is the West Nominee for Outstanding Special Teams Player.
Former Lions Linebacker, now with Winnipeg, Adam Bighill is up for Outstanding Defensive Player.
Former Lions Running Back (also with Winnipeg) Andrew Harris is up for Outstanding Canadian.