Former University of British Columbia receiver Trivel Pinto performed his virtual pro day to send to scouts around North America.
Pinto checked in at five-foot-10, 195 pounds with a 9.75-inch hand measurement, 31.5-inch arm length and 76-inch wingspan. He ran the 40-yard dash in 4.47 seconds, recorded a 4.23 shuttle time, 6.74 three-cone, 10-foot, 2.75-inch broad jump and 12 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press.
The Toronto native was a first-team All-Canadian for the second straight season in 2018 after setting a new single-season Canada West record with 67 receptions which he turned into 916 yards and six touchdowns while leading the conference with 1,503 all-purpose yards in just seven games.
Following a positive drug test for cocaine, Pinto was bumped from the draft last year to the 2020 class. According to CFL rules, a player who tests positive for a substance banned under the CFL drug policy in his draft year has his eligibility deferred for one year.
Pinto is a dynamic athlete who was named a Canada West conference all-star at both pass catcher and defensive back during his time with the UBC Thunderbirds. Even thought Pinto has been out of football for a year, it’s clear he’s in peak physical condition and ready for his pro opportunity.