Selected in the second round (11th overall) by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the 2006 CFL Canadian Draft.
2014: Spent the entire regular season recovering from a knee injury. Playoffs: Dressed in both of the Tiger-Cats playoff games, including the 102nd Grey Cup vs. Calgary.
2013: Started all 18 games in his seventh season with the Black and Gold after re-signing with the team on January 17. Playoffs: Started all three of the Tiger-Cats playoff games, including the 101st Grey Cup vs. Saskatchewan.
2012: Started 13 games in his sixth season with the Tiger-Cats...spent the last five games of the season on the injured list…named Eastern Division All-Star.
2011: Started 17 games in his fifth season with the Tiger-Cats…was nominated by team for Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman
2010: Started all 18 games in his fourth season with the Tiger-Cats. Playoffs: Played in the Ticats Eastern Semi-Final loss to Toronto.
2009: Started 15 games in his third season with the Tiger-Cats…missed three games due to injury. Playoffs: Played in the Ticats Eastern Semi-Final loss against B.C.
2008: Played in all 18 games during his second season as a Ticat…started 12 games.
2007: Played in 15 games, starting nine, in his rookie season with the Ticats...made his CFL and Ticats debut in Calgary on June 30…signed with the NFL’s New Orleans Saints as an undrafted free-agent on April 30…attended the Saints mini-camp and was released on June 15.
Played four seasons (2003-06) with the Louisiana State University Tigers…started 13 of 27 games during his Tigers career at right tackle…was the first Canadian born player to sign a football scholarship with LSU…was a member of the Tigers national championship team as a freshman.
Dad is Antony Dyakowski...has two brothers, Alex and Nicholas…attended Vancouver College and played for coach Todd Burnett…did not yield a quarterback sack as a senior...named First-Team All-Canadian and All-Western Canadian...first-team Academic All-Canadian...ranked as the No. 2 offensive lineman in Canada by All-Canada Gridiron...doubled as a defensive lineman…was named Canada’s Smartest Person after winning CBC show of the same name in 2012.