2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about ANTONY AUCLAIR: Laval, 6055 256 4.82. Four-year starter. Second rated player in upcoming Canadian draft. Was voted a two-time offensive star in Quebec, Canada by the Canadian Football League. Adjusts well to an off target pass. An imposing target with long arms and bear paw-sized hands. Impressive week of practice at the East-West Shrine game showcasing his blocking ability and his dexterity as a pass receiver. Soft hands to catch the ball away from his frame. An intense competitor who works to finish his blocks. At Laval he was used as an inline tight end, a wing back, and a wide receiver. He was heavily involved in the run game as a blocker which endears him to NFL scouts who see that part of a tight end’s game disappearing. Auclair has the athletic ability that two former Canadians and East-West Shrine alum rode into the NFL - McGill product Laurent Duvernay-Tardif a sixth round pick starts at right guard for the Chiefs and defensive end David Onyemata from Manitoba was a fourth round selection for the Saints. Laval University is the Alabama of Canadian college football. Went through his pro day workouts with a left hamstring strain. Pro day numbers: 22/BP, 9-9/BJ, 7.28/3 cone. 2016 stats: 17-229, 13.5 ypr, 2 TD. Not invited to Combine. Fifth/sixth round. (A-34 1/4, H-10 7/8, VJ-33.5, SS-4.33).