Miles Gorrell

Inducted in 2013

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College Team: University of Ottawa
Miles Gorrell’s time within the Canadian Football League was spent with five teams, but most notability with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, where he won his only Grey Cup in 1986. Upon retirement, Gorrell ranked fourth all-time on the CFL service list with 19 seasons (321 games played).

       In 2004, Gorrell served as the Director of Canadian Personnel with the Calgary Stampeders, and in 2006, Gorrell signed with the Toronto Argonauts as their personal consultant.

       The University of Ottawa, where he played his collegiate football career, named an award after him. The Miles Gorrell Award is presented to the Best Offensive Lineman.


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College Team: University of Ottawa



Playing Career
Calgary Stampeders
1978 - 1982
Ottawa Rough Riders
1982
Montreal Concordes
1982 - 1985
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
1985 - 1991, 1996
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
1992 - 1995

Awards/Honours

—Eastern Offensive Tackle
1983, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989

—Leo Dandurand Winner
1986, 1989

—All-Canadian Offensive Tackle
1989

—CFLPA Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman
1993

—Grey Cup Participation
1986, 1989, 1992, 1993

—Grey Cup Winning Teams
1986


Class of 2013
—Dan Ferrone
—Brian Fryer
—Miles Gorrell
—Earl Winfield
—John "Jake" Ireland
—Don Loney