The Edmonton Eskimos did some shuffling at today's CFL Canadian College Draft as they traded their second overall pick to the B.C. Lions for their fourth overall pick.
The Eskimos with the fourth selection picked University of Virginia offensive lineman Austin Pasztor.
The 6'7, 306 pounder won't be in Edmonton right away as he's attending the training camp of the Minnesota Vikings this summer.
The Eskimos held the sixth overall selection and picked Wilfred Laurier receiver Shamawd Chambers.
Chambers has a try out with the Philadelphia Eagles later this month.
The Eskimos also gave up the 20th overall selection to the Lions for their 14th and 38th pick.
The Eskimos had three picks after the first round.
With their 14th pick, the team selected Simon Fraser defensive lineman Justin Capicciotti.
Akron defensive end Hasan Hazime was selected 36th overall.
Saint Mary's linebacker and former Edmonton Wildcat Ryan King with their 38th selection