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.

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.