Dakoda Shepley is a Canadian American football offensive tackle for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL).
He was drafted by the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League fifth overall in the first round in the 2018 CFL Draft.
Holy Names High School was Shepley’s alma mater for high school. His primary activity was ice hockey, and he didn’t start playing football until the middle of his sophomore year when he hurt his hand playing baseball.
He decided to attend the University of British Columbia and signed up for classes. 2013 was the year that he wore a red shirt. He started every game for four years, splitting time between right tackle and right guard.
He was an important part of the team’s success as a sophomore when it won the Vanier Cup championship. He was recognized as a Canada West All-star at right tackle during his senior season.
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Dakoda Shepley was grabbed off waivers by Seattle in August of 2017 because the Seahawks were intrigued by his skill set and hoped that he could play his way into snaps at center in the future.
Because he is in a rush to advance his career, this may be his best opportunity to remain on an NFL roster and compete for a reserve job.