As it stands right now, the Saskatchewan Roughriders will only have one selection at the CFL draft when it goes next month. What happened to all the other picks? Where did they end up going and who did we get in return? The Leader Post's Murray McCormick(who despite being a Steelers fan is a good guy) has the answer....
First round6th overall to B.C.: April 30, 2008 — B.C. received Saskatchewan’s first-round pick in 2009 (along with 20th overall selection in 2008) in exchange for B.C.’s 14th overall selection and B.C.’s 30th overall selection in 2008. (Saskatchewan selected DL Mike Stadnyk with the 14th overall draft pick and OL Jean-Francois Morin-Roberge with the 30th.)
Second round14th overall to Montreal: Feb. 23, 2009 — Montreal received Saskatchewan’s second-round picks in 2009 and 2010 drafts for DB Donovan Alexander.
Third round22nd overall. Saskatchewan
Fourth round30th overall to Calgary: July 23, 2007 — Calgary received C Rob Lazeo and Saskatchewan’s fourth-round pick in exchange for RB Wes Cates.
Fifth round38th overall to Winnipeg: June 13, 2007 — Winnipeg received Saskatchewan’s fifth-round pick for OT Jermese Jones.
Sixth round46th overall to Hamilton: March 7, 2007 — P Jamie Boreham for DL Al Washington with future considerations. (If either player was named to the 42-man roster in 2007, a sixth-round pick goes to the other team in 2009. Boreham was on the Riders’ roster and Washington wasn’t on Hamilton’s thus the Tiger-Cats received the Riders’ sixth-round pick).
There ya go!!