University of Montreal receiver Regis Cibasu worked out for three teams in Montreal.
The Washington Redskins, Saskatchewan Roughriders and hometown Alouettes.
Cibasu weighed in at 233 pounds, measured over six-feet-two-inches tall, posted nine and seven-eighths hand size, 31 and five-eighths arm length with a 78 and one-eighth reach. For the timed testing drills, the Carabins pass catcher ran the 40-yard dash in 4.80, shuttle 4.45 and three-cone 6.92. He recorded 29 inches on the vertical and nine-feet, four inches broad jumping while adding 18 repetitions of 225 pounds on the bench press.
After the numbers were in, Cibasu hit the field for scouts in attendance.
— Félix St-Aubin (@FelixStAubin) March 12, 2018
Over four years in USports football, Cibasu has 145 receptions for 1,797 and seven touchdowns. He attended the East-West Shrine Game in Florida in January where he checked in at six-foot-three, 241 pounds.
Scouts view Cibasu, who won’t be at the CFL combine in Winnipeg due to school obligations, as a big, physical target.
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