QB Tom Clements* WPG
RB Gill Fenerty TOR
RB Willard Reaves WPG
SB Darrell K. Smith TOR
SB Perry Tuttle WPG
WR Brian Kelly EDM
WR Jim Sandusky BC
C Rod Connop EDM
G Roger Aldag SSK
G Dan Ferrone TOR
T Chris Schultz TOR
T Chris Walby WPG
DT Jearld Baylis TOR
DT Mike Walker HAM
DE Bobby Jurasin SSK
DE Gregg Stumon BC
MLB James West WPG
OLB Tyrone Jones WPG
OLB Kevin Konar BC
DB Roy Bennett WPG
DB Larry Crawford BC
DB Ken Hailey WPG
DB James Jefferson, III WPG
S Scott Flagel WPG
Special Teams
P Hank Ilesic TOR
K Dave Ridgway SSK
ST (kick returner) Henry “Gizmo” Williams* EDM

* – indicates unanimous selection

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Division Breakdown
Division Player Count
East Division 17 (62.96%)
West Division 10 (37.04%)
Division All-Star Teams
1987 East Division All-Stars
1987 West Division All-Stars

Career to 1987 Player All-Star Selections

Player Season All-Canadian Selection Division Selection
Aldag, Roger 12th 2nd 4th
Baylis, Jearld 2nd 1st 1st
Bennett, Roy 3rd 2nd 2nd
Clements, Tom 14th 2nd 7th
Connop, Rod 6th 1st 1st
Crawford, Larry 7th 4th 4th
Fenerty, Gill 1st 1st 1st
Ferrone, Dan 7th 3rd 5th
Flagel, Scott 6th 2nd 3rd
Hailey, Ken 5th 3rd 3rd
Ilesic, Hank 11th 6th 6th
Jefferson, James III 2nd 1st 1st
Jones, Tyrone 5th 4th 4th
Jurasin, Bobby 2nd 1st 1st
Kelly, Brian 9th 6th 6th
Konar, Kevin 8th 2nd 2nd
Reaves, Willard 5th 3rd 4th
Ridgway, Dave 6th 2nd 2nd
Sandusky, Jim 4th 1st 1st
Schultz, Chris 2nd 1st 1st
Smith, Darrell K. 2nd 1st 1st
Stumon, Gregg 2nd 1st 1st
Tuttle, Perry 2nd 1st 1st
Walby, Chris 8th 4th 4th
Walker, Mike 6th 1st 2nd
West, James 6th 1st 2nd
Williams, Henry “Gizmo” 2nd 1st 1st

Number of times player, through 1987, has been selected to First Team All-Canadian and Division All-Star teams. Named to divisional team on offense and defense counts as two selections.

Note: All-Canadian selections began in 1962, division selections began in 1932 (IRFU) and 1937 (WIFU).

1987 Team All-Star Selections

Team All-Canadian Selections Division Selections
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 10 12
Toronto Argonauts 6 9
BC Lions 4 11
Saskatchewan Roughriders 3 7
Edmonton Elks 3 5
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1 5


  • CFL Facts, Figures and Records, 1988 Edition


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