Realty One

Tuesday, December 11, 2018


The Saskatchewan Roughriders have signed national offensive lineman Emmanuel Adusei, national defensive linemen Mathieu Breton and Tresor Mafuta, and national receiver Mitchell Picton to the roster.                

Adusei (6’2 – 330) was originally selected by the Riders in the 7th round (57th overall) of the 2017 CFL Draft. As a rookie, the Carleton University product played one regular-season game, while spending the remainder of the season on the practice roster. After being released following 2018 training camp, the 23-year-old returned to the Riders, spending the final four weeks of the regular season on the practice roster.  

Breton (6’7 – 285) was selected by the Riders in the 5th round (36th overall) of the 2018 CFL Draft.
After signing with the Riders in May, the 24-year-old Bishop’s product spent the season on the practice roster.

Mafuta (6’1 – 295) was selected by the Riders in the 6th round (45th overall) of the 2018 CFL Draft.
The 25-year-old Saint Mary’s product spent parts of last season the Riders’ practice roster. 

Picton (6’2 – 200) was originally selected by the Riders in the 5th round (37th overall) of the 2017 CFL Draft. After returning to the University of Regina in for his final year of collegiate eligibility, Picton signed with the Riders in November of 2017 where he spent the playoffs on the teams’ practice roster. Picton also spent the 2018 season on the Riders’ practice roster.    

(Roughriders PR)


Old Rider Fan said...

Good to see investment in Canadian talent. Should be a high priority.

Anonymous said...

Agreed, well done. Good things to come.

John Waynes Holster said...

All 4 of these are good signings. Like the way Breton played in USports. Picton should be able to be the best Canadian receiver that we have.

Football Fan said...

These are 4 guys with a lot of upside who all need to put in a lot of work to get their games to the next level. It's very good to see them signed now so they know what their working towards, and our training staff can help them get there.