CFL teams will have a chance to evaluate top prospects this weekend at the CFL Combine in Toronto.
The combine kicks off Friday afternoon with player arrivals, medicals and team interviews.
Tomorrow, the 2013 draft eligible players' strength, athleticism and flexibility will be tested.
Players will participate in on field drills at the University of Toronto on Sunday.
Ticats GM and head coach Kent Austin says the combine is just one piece of the puzzle in the player evaluation process.
Austin says he won't be focusing on one particular position or player at the combine.
The Tiger-Cats hold the first overall pick in the CFL Draft on May 6, and Austin says he doesn't want to waste any picks on players who may be in the NFL for the first few years of their career.
Click below to listen to CHML's Rick Zamperin chat with Kent Austin.
Offensive lineman Matt Sewell is one of four McMaster Marauders who have have received invitations to the combine.
The CFL scouting bureau's 2nd ranked prospect is joined by defensive end Ben D'Aguilar, receiver Michael DiCroce and defensive back Michael Daly.