2014 NBL Canada Draft results

By August 26, 2014September 23rd, 2016No Comments

(VAUGHAN, ON):  The National Basketball League of Canada held its fourth annual draft in league history on Sunday night at Wegz Stadium Bar in Vaughan, Ontario.

160 players competed over the weekend at the Pre-Draft Combine at the Athlete Institute in Mono, Ontario.  40 players were nominated to attend the Draft with the possibility of being selected.

The results of the draft were as follows:


1. Mississauga – Jordan Weidner

2. Saint John – Jabs Newby(Canadian)

3. Moncton – Brandon Johnson

4. The Island – Brendan Cooper (traded to Halifax for the rights to Olu Famutimi)

5. Saint John – Jahmal McQueen(Dual Citizenship/Canadian)

6. London – John Hart

7. Brampton –Dylan Brewer

8. Halifax – Michael Myers Keitt



9. Mississauga – Anthony Pettaway

10. Halifax – Courtney Beach

11. Moncton – Freddie Appiah(Canadian)

12. The Island – Jordan Coleman

13. Saint John – John Paul Nyadaro

14. London – Delonte Taylor

15. Brampton – Yvon Raymond

16. Windsor – Robert Dewar(Canadian)



17. Mississauga – Freddie Riley

18. Halifax – Jasonn Hannibal(Canadian)

19. Moncton – Matt Hunter

20. Mississauga – Marquis Lee

21. Saint John – Anthony Winbush

22. London – Maurice Foster

23. Brampton – Rashad Chase

24. Windsor – Trent Tornincasa(Dual Citizen/Canadian)



Courtesy NBL Canada

Drew Ebanks

Drew Ebanks

Drew Ebanks

Often referred to as Mr. Canada Basketball, Ebanks has been an integral innovator and personality in both amateur and professional basketball. With a High Honours Diploma in Radio & Television Broadcasting (Seneca College) and experience in the financial services industry, Ebanks’ diverse educational background and work experience has allowed him to maximize On Point’s potential in becoming a leading basketball media, promotional and lifestyle brand.

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