Ameet Pall

From the Montreal Alouette News Release - June 25, 2012
The Alouettes announced on Monday the signing of Montreal-born defensive end Ameet Pall to a two-year contract. Pall (6'0'', 245 lbs.) was the Calgary Stampeders' first pick (fifth overall) in this year's CFL Canadian Draft, but was released following training camp. The 25-year-old Montrealer racked up 32 tackles, including eight for losses as well as three sacks last season for the Wofford College Terriers (NCAA FCS) in a year where he was often double-teamed following a great 2010 campaign. In 2010, he finished third among Terriers with 60 tackles and led the conference with 12.5 sacks and 22.5 tackles for a loss earning him defensive player of the year in the Southern Conference, as voted by coaches and media. That season, he earned first team All-America honours from the Sports Network as well as second team All-America honours from the Associated Press. He ranked eighth in the nation for sacks per game with 0.96 and for tackles for loss with 1.73. He finished second in the voting for the Buck Buchanan Award, which marks the highest finish ever by a Wofford player. Pall, who helped the Vanier Cheetahs win the Bol d'Or twice while in CEGEP, completed his college career with 148 tackles. His 23.5 career sacks put him third on the Terriers' all-time list.

Alouettes Stock up on Local Talent
January 6, 2014
The Montreal Alouettes announced on Monday that the club has added a trio of non-import linemen to the roster. Defensive end Ameet Pall and offensive tackle Ryan White - both Montrealers - have agreed to new two- and three-year deals, respectively, while offensive lineman Jake Piotrowski has also signed on for two years.

Pall (6'0'', 245 lbs.) , played an integral role in the Alouettes' blocking schemes on special teams and recorded three tackles in ten games during his two-year tenure in his hometown. A former first-round (fifth overall) draft pick of the Calgary Stampeders in 2012, the Wofford College product was later picked up by the Alouettes and saw his first CFL action that same year on September 9 against the B.C. Lions.

"We are happy that Ameet has decided to re-sign. He is a hard worker on and off the field, is very proud of Montreal, and is committed to excellence," explained Alouettes General Manager and Head Coach Jim Popp.

The 26-year-old who helped the Vanier Cheetahs win the Bol d'Or twice while in CEGEP, spent the majority of the 2013 season on the team's injured list. He has also been involved in various Alouettes community programs, including Together at School with CN and the Alouettes.

Ameet Pall