Prior to the 103rd Grey Cup on Sunday, The Canadian Football Hall of Fame has announced the CFL Class of 2016. Let’s look at the four players and the one builder who will bring the Canadian Football Hall of Fame class up to 283 members. Derrell “Mookie” Mitchell: Wide Receiver 1997-2007 Mitchell came out of Texas Tech and would be a three time CFL All Star and would catch 160 passes for 2,000 Yards in 2008. He would win the Grey Cup twice. Rodney Harding: Defensive Tackle 1985-96 A twelve year veteran out of Oklahoma State, Harding was a two time CFL All Star and one time Grey Cup Champion. James West: Linebacker 1982-93 Out of Texas Southern, James West was a two time CFL All Star. Doug Brown: Defensive Tackle 2001-2011 Canadian born Doug Brown was a seven time All Star who spent his entire career with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. He was a one time recipient of the Most Outstanding Canadian Award. Don McDonald, a longtime administrator in minor football in Saskatchewan, will join these four players. While we are not looking to add a Canadian Football section to Notinhalloffame.com, this has proven to be a very classy organization and we would like to congratulate this year’s new class.