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Draft Scout Kirby Fabien News
01/03/13 - University of Calgary offensive lineman Kirby Fabien will add his name to a long list of Dinos who have represented Canadian Interuniversity Sport at the East-West Shrine Game later this month. Fabien will be the 11th Dinos player in history to attend the annual all-star showcase, which features more than 80 of the top players in NCAA football.
Of the 11 Dinos who have played in the Shrine Game, Fabien is the fifth offensive lineman to earn the distinction following in the footsteps of Spoletini, Craig Watson, Mike Pavelec, Ben Fairbrother, and his own offensive line coach, Rohn Meyer. Fabien, a three-time CIS All-Canadian, was drafted in the first round, seventh overall, of the 2012 CFL Canadian Draft by the B.C. Lions before electing to return for another campaign with the Dinos. In 2012, he resumed his usual spot on the right side of Calgary’s offensive line, earning the Dinos’ nomination for the J.P. Metras award as top lineman.
A first team All-Canadian and conference all-star for the second straight season, Fabien helped the Dinos capture an unprecedented fifth consecutive Canada West championship in 2012. - University of Calgary football