The 1989 CFL Draft composed of eight rounds where 64 Canadian football players were chosen from eligible Canadian universities and Canadian players playing in the NCAA.[1][2]

1st RoundEdit

= CFL Division All-Star = CFL All-Star = Hall of Famer
Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
1 Ottawa Rough Riders Gerald Wilcox SB Weber State
2 Saskatchewan Roughriders Kevin Smellie RB Massachusetts
3 Saskatchewan Roughriders Andrew Thomas CB Massachusetts
4 Saskatchewan Roughriders Donovan Wright CB Slippery Rock
5 Edmonton Eskimos Michael Soles RB McGill
6 BC Lions Derek MacCready DE Ohio State
7 Edmonton Eskimos Leroy Blugh LB Bishop's
8 Winnipeg Blue Bombers John O'Brien LB York

2nd RoundEdit

= CFL Division All-Star = CFL All-Star = Hall of Famer
Pick # CFL Team Player Position College
9 Saskatchewan Roughriders Dan Payne DT Simon Fraser
10 Toronto Argonauts Mike Campbell DT Slippery Rock
11 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Curtis Bell WR Washington
12 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Ernie Schramayr FB Purdue
13 Edmonton Eskimos Randy Beckles SB Calgary
14 Toronto Argonauts Craig Keller SB British Columbia
15 BC Lions Paul Wetmore LB Acadia
16 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Moustafa Ali CB Carleton

3rd RoundEdit

17. Ottawa Rough Riders Sean Foudy TB York

18.Calgary Stampeders Louie Cafazzo DE Western Ontario

19. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Wayne Drinkwalter LB Thunder Bay Giants

20. Calgary Stampeders Richard McCrory T Concordia

21. Edmonton Eskimos Derek Schumann S Bishop's

22. Toronto Argonauts Dave Kinzie DE Bowling Green

23. British Columbia Lions Matt Pearce FB British Columbia

24. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Bertrand Joyel TE Bishop's

4th RoundEdit

25. Ottawa Rough Riders Tom Schimmer P Boise State

26. Calgary Stampeders Sroko Zizakovic LB Ohio State

27. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Mark Brus TB Tulsa

28. Calgary Stampeders Brent Pollock T Fresno State

29. Edmonton Eskimos Louis Olsacher G Saint Mary's

30. Toronto Argonauts Mike Cote T Colgate

31. British Columbia Lions Rohan Dove CB Wilfrid Laurier

32. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Matt Pearce FB British Columbia

5th RoundEdit

33. Ottawa Rough Riders Nenad Radulovich T Western Ontario

34. Calgary Stampeders Harald Hasselbach DT Washington

35. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Steve Blyth DT San Diego State

36. Saskatchewan Roughriders Rob Zimmerman FB Calgary

37. Edmonton Eskimos Brent Korte DE Alberta

38. Toronto Argonauts Derrick Joseph DT Bishop's

39. British Columbia Lions Pat Nield LB Guelph

40. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Jeff Croonen LB Western Ontario

6th RoundEdit

41. Ottawa Rough Riders Trent Brown DB Alberta

42. Calgary Stampeders Dave Mossman S Hawaii

43. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Sam Loucks TB McMaster

44. Edmonton Eskimos Shaun Gardiner LB Saskatchewan

45. Edmonton Eskimos Rob Davidson DT Toronto

46. Toronto Argonauts Roger Dietrich DT Simon Fraser

47. British Columbia Lions Wayne England LB Guelph

48. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Lance Scranton T Dickinson State

7th RoundEdit

49. Ottawa Rough Riders Gord Weber LB Ottawa

50. Calgary Stampeders Travis Dunkle DB Calgary

51. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Pete Buchanan LB Nebraska

52. Saskatchewan Roughriders Kelly Trithart LB Saskatchewan

53. Edmonton Eskimos Mike Hildebrand DB Calgary

54. Toronto Argonauts Brian Beckles C Wilfrid Laurier

55. British Columbia Lions Dave Shaw LB Waterloo

56. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Paul Hitchcock SB Acadia

8th RoundEdit

57. Ottawa Rough Riders Don Parrott LB Bishop's

58. Calgary Stampeders Brian Stiedle T Simon Fraser

59. Hamilton Tiger-Cats Bill Scollard P Saint Mary's

60. Saskatchewan Roughriders Greg Galan QB Saskatchewan

61. Edmonton Eskimos Bruce McDonald S British Columbia

62. Toronto Argonauts Dave Hjarr LB Carleton

63. British Columbia Lions Mark Nykolaichuk TB British Columbia

64. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Ron Bresch T Manitoba


Preceded by
1988 CFL Draft
Canadian College Draft
Succeeded by
1990 CFL Draft
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