Georgia State - Panthers
Christo Bilukidi - #53 - DT-DE
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/26/2012 Georgia State Pro Day||6-4 1/2||311||10 1/4||34 5/8||83 1/2||5.05||25||9'2"||34 1/2||4.73||7.33|
|01/30/2012 Players Classic||6-4||307||10||34 5/8||83 1/4|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||6-4||295||5.03|
Last name is pronounced “bil-loo-KEY-dee.” Born in Angola, where his father is a diplomat. Has also lived in France (is fluent in French) and Brazil. Prepped in Ottawa, Ontario, where he was primarily a basketball player (played one season of football). Attended Eastern Arizona in 2009, recording 24 tackles, five for loss and four sacks. Playing on Georgia State’s first football team in ’10, started all 11 games at defensive tackle (at the five-technique) in the Panthers’ 3-4 alignment and notched 51-7-5 with two forced fumbles. In ’11, started 10-of-11 games and tallied 38-9-5 with one batted pass and one forced fumble. Team captain.Summary:
One of the top prospects on the CFL’s radar, Bilukidi has intriguing size, length and movement skills. Recorded a 34½-inch vertical leap and redirects and accelerates very well for a big man. However, he did not consistently dominate marginal competition and his eyes and instincts could be restricting. Does not feel pressure and will have to learn to play with heavier hands — does not jolt blockers or shed quickly enough. Played inside, outside and even stood up some at GSU. Raw, developmental, practice-squad candidate with the dimensions to play in an even or odd front.
Christo Bilukidi's Draft Stock
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