Chad Folk 250px Date of birth: (1972-10-28) October 28, 1972 (age 47) Place of birth: Kelowna, BC, Canada Career information Status: Retired CFL status: Non-import Position(s): Centre Height: 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) College: University of Utah CFL Draft: 1997 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1 Drafted by: Toronto Argonauts Organizations As player: 1997–2008 Toronto Argonauts Career highlights and awards Grey Cup winner (1997 and 2004) Honors: Argos Lineman of the Year (1999, 2004) Playing stats at CFL.ca Chad Folk (born October 28, 1972 in Kelowna, British Columbia) is a former professional Canadian Football League centre for the Toronto Argonauts. He was the first overall pick in the 1997 CFL Draft. Taught at Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School in Mississauga. Junior college yearsEdit Folk attended Butte Community College, and was a two-time team captain and a two-time All-American. College careerEdit Folk attended the University of Utah and was an Elementary Education major and a football star. In football, he was a two-time Academic All-American selection and as a senior, he was also named the Team MVP. External linksEdit Toronto Argonauts profile v · d · eToronto Argonauts 85th Grey Cup Champions 1 Kelly Wiltshire 2 Doug Flutie 7 Johnnie Harris 9 Marcello Simmons 10 Antonious Bonner 11 Andre Ware 12 Adrion Smith 13 Mike Vanderjagt 19 Donald Smith 21 George Nimako 28 Duane Dmytryshyn 29 Robert Drummond 31 Michael "Pinball" Clemons 36 Lester Smith 37 Ken Benson 38 Reggie Givens 50 Michael O'Shea 51 Noah Cantor 54 Jeremy O'Day 56 Chad Folk 57 Dan Payne 58 Chris Gioskas 59 Pierre Vercheval 63 Mike Kiselak 80 Norm Casola 81 Andre Kirwan 87 Derrell Mitchell 88 Paul Masotti 89 Denis Montana 91 Demetrious Maxie 92 Rob Waldrop 94 Oscar Giles Head coach: Don Matthews v · d · eToronto Argonauts 92nd Grey Cup Champions 1 Noel Prefontaine 2 Michael Fletcher 3 Andre Rison 4 Andre Talbot 5 Arland Bruce III 6 Dan Giancola 7 Michael Bishop 8 Chris Hardy 9 Damon Allen 10 Antonious Bonner 11 John Williams 12 Adrion Smith 13 Clifford Ivory 15 Tony Miles 16 Romaro Miller 18 R. Jay Soward 19 Scott Krause 20 John Avery 21 Orlondo Steinauer 23 Bashir Levingston 24 Raphaol Ball 26 Jordan Younger 29 Hurley Tarver 30 Kenny Wheaton 32 Chuck Winters 33 Jeff Johnson 34 Skip Hicks 35 Kevin Eiben 36 Ray Mariuz 37 Mike Crumb 38 Kris Aiken 45 Randy Srochenski 50 Michael O'Shea 56 Chad Folk 58 Frank Hoffmann 59 Mike Mihelic 62 Jon Landon 64 Mark Moroz 65 Sandy Annunziata 66 Jude St. John 67 John Feugill 68 Dave Costa 69 Bernard Williams 70 Kevin Gagnon 77 Michael Palmer 82 Jean-Frederic Tremblay 85 Johnnie Mitchell 88 Robert Baker 90 Chuck Walsh 92 Noah Cantor 93 Gabe Robinson 94 Arnold Miller 95 Eric England 97 Jonathan Brown 98 Marvin Thomas Head coach: Michael "Pinball" Clemons Assistant coaches: Kent Austin Perry Marchese Tom Menas Ken Miller Marcello Simmons Rich Stubler Persondata Name Folk, Chad Alternative names Short description Player of American and Canadian football Date of birth October 28, 1972 Place of birth Kelowna, BC, Canada Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to a Canadian football offensive lineman is a stub. You can help The American Football Database by expanding it.v · d · e Retrieved from "https://americanfootballdatabase.fandom.com/wiki/Chad_Folk?oldid=113795" Categories: Pages with broken file links 1972 births Toronto Argonauts players Grey Cup champions People from Kelowna Sportspeople from British Columbia Canadian football offensive linemen Living people Utah Utes football players Canadian football offensive lineman stubs Add category Cancel Save Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.