W.J. Mouat grad Boseko Lokombo has maintained his No. 1 ranking on the CFL prospects list.

W.J. Mouat grad Boseko Lokombo has maintained his No. 1 ranking on the CFL prospects list.

Lokombo stays atop CFL draft list

Abbotsford product Boseko Lokombo hung onto the top spot in the final edition of the CFL Scouting Bureau rankings released on Thursday.

Abbotsford product Boseko Lokombo hung onto the top spot in the final edition of the CFL Scouting Bureau rankings released on Thursday.

Lokombo, a linebacker out of W.J. Mouat Secondary, is eligible for the CFL Canadian draft on May 6. He plans on returning to the University of Oregon Ducks for his senior season in the fall, with the NFL being his ultimate goal. He was also the top prospect in the December edition of the rankings.

The 6’3”, 233-pounder recorded 39 tackles last season, his first as a full-time starter, and helped the Ducks beat Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl. He’s fashioned a reputation for making big plays during his tenure with the Eugene, Ore. program, and the Ducks have won prestigious BCS bowls in each of his three seasons.

The CFL Scouting Bureau final rankings are as follows:

1. (–) Bo Lokombo LB Oregon

2. (4) Stefan Charles DL Regina

3. (–) Linden Gaydosh DL Calgary

4. (2) Matt Sewell OL McMaster

5. (6) Andy Mulumba DL Eastern Michigan

6. (10) Nolan MacMillan OL Iowa

7. (5) Ben D’Aguilar DL McMaster

8.  (11) Brett Jones OL Regina

9. (–) Brent Urban DL Virginia

10. (14) Mike Edem LB Calgary

11. (NR) Seydou Junior Haidara WR Laval

12. (7) Corey Watman OL Eastern Michigan

13.  (8) Jesse Joseph DL UCONN

14. (NR ) Connor Williams DL Utah St.

15. (NR) Brander Craighead OL UTEP