Three teams attend pro day in Montreal for receiver Regis Cibasu

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.

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After the numbers were in, Cibasu hit the field for scouts in attendance.

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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Justin Dunk was a five-year starter at quarterback for the University of Guelph. He covers the league for Sportsnet and 3DownNation.
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11 Comments on Three teams attend pro day in Montreal for receiver Regis Cibasu

  1. Can’t outrun many CFL DEs

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  2. So let me get this straight the Hamilton Tiger Cats who were 6-12 and own the second pick and I believe 4 or 5 picks in the top 20 picks could not find the $9.99 for a Mega Bus ticket you must be Kidding.People make fun of the Riders and Dump on Chris Jones all the time including me but the guy is all in on Winning at almost any cost and who would not want that for their Team ! Hell the Redskins thought he was good enough to take a look and they didn’t take Mega Bus.No wonder it is 19 years and counting for the Cats.

  3. Cibasu is a big stiff like Haidara. Someone on Jones staff probably wanted to spend some expense money in a strip joint or massage parlor.

  4. Cibasu has the same agent ad LDT so the Redskins probably did hime a favor. So we have the hometown team, the drunk scout and a favor. This guy is a third rounder in the CFL draft at best.

  5. Can Cibasu block? He might have to be a fullback/tightend if he’s too slow to play receiver in the CFL.

  6. Shocked Redskins were there.

  7. patlynch // March 13, 2018 at 9:11 am //

    4.8 is too slow for the NFL unless he’s a project at tight end . If he can’t block, then he can’t play . Antony Auclair, the Laval tight end, 6’5 256 made the Tampa Bay Buccaneers because he has good hands and is a tough son of a gun . I’m sure the TiCats saw Cibasu during the season and at the Shrine practices. You don’t need a bus ticket to realize that Cibasu is a raw talent who may become a football player .

  8. patlynch you totally miss the point a lot a people did not think Tom Brady was worth drafting,How that turn Einstein.When you are as bad as Hamilton you leave no stone unturned if you want to ever be a Elite Team in your League.Was the scouting department to busy playing Bocce Ball at the Office!

  9. Not much of a turnout from the NFL or CFL. The CFL probably has him already slotted for their draft. At best he might get a FA contract from a NFL team.

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