The Canadian Football League revealed Tuesday, the list of 2022 CFL All-Stars, which included three Tiger-Cats: receiver Tim White, guard Brandon Revenberg and linebacker Kam Kelly.
*Numbers in parentheses indicate number of career league all-star selections
White – WR (1)
White, 28, earned his first career CFL All-Star selection after being named an East Division All-Star for the second consecutive season. The 5’10, 185-pound native of Santa Clarita started 17 regular season games and one playoff game for the Tiger-Cats, leading the CFL in receptions (94) while registering 1,265 receiving yards and eight receiving touchdowns, which ranked fourth and sixth in the league respectively. White was also named Hamilton’s Most Outstanding Player for the first time in his career and named a CFL Top Performer of the Week twice (Weeks 11 and 19).
Brandon Revenberg – OG (4)
Revenberg, 29, earned his fourth consecutive CFL-All Star nomination after also earning his fourth consecutive East Division All-Star selection. The 6’4, 301-pound native of Essex, Ontario started 17 regular season games and one playoff game at left guard for the Tiger-Cats and was named the East Division’s Most Outstanding lineman for the second consecutive season and third time in his career (2018, 21, 22).
Kam Kelly – CLB (1)
Kelly, 26, received his first career CFL All-Star nomination after also receiving his first career East Division All-Star nomination. The 6’2, 205-pound native of Round Rock, Texas started all 18 regular season games and one playoff game at SAM linebacker for the Ticats, registering a team-leading five interceptions while also posting 50 total tackles, two tackles for loss, two quarterback sacks and five pass knockdowns. His five interceptions ranked second in the CFL.