The Canadian Football League announced today, Divisional All-Stars including Hamilton Tiger-Cats receiver Tim White, offensive lineman Brandon Revenberg and defensive lineman Casey Sayles.
White, who was also the Tiger-Cats nominee for Most Outstanding Player, earns his third consecutive East Division All-Star selection. The 29-year-old receiver posted a league-leading 1,269 receiving yards and ranked in the top 10 in multiple categories including third in touchdowns (8) and targets (124) and seventh in receptions (75). White was named to the CFL Honour Roll in week 12 and posted his second consecutive 1,000-yard season.
Revenberg earned his fifth consecutive East Division All-Star selection after starting all 18 games at left guard for the Tiger-Cats. The 6’4, 301-pound native of Essex, Ontario was named to the CFL Honour Roll in week 17 and for the month of July. He was also named the Tiger-Cats nominee for Most Outstanding Lineman for the third consecutive season and fourth time in his career.
Sayles earned his first career East Division All-Star selection after suiting up in 17 games for the Tiger-Cats this season. The 28-year-old interior defensive lineman led the Tiger-Cats in both quarterback sacks (seven) and tackles for loss (five) while his 50 defensive tackles rank fifth on the team. His five tackles for loss ranked second in the Canadian Football League.
The Division All-Stars were selected by the local voting members of the Football Reporters of Canada (FRC) in their respective division’s markets and the National Chapter, the division’s head coaches, and fans, who took part in this year’s selections through the All-Star Fan Vote, powered by the league’s Official Data and Technology Partner Genius Sports.