Damarius Bilbo

Damarius Bilbo

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Damarius Bilbo (born December 3, 1982 in Moss Point, Mississippi) is an American football player. He played college football at Georgia Tech as a quarterback and wide receiver.

High school

Bilbo attended Moss Point High School and was a three year letterman and All-American in American football and baseball. In football, he was named the Dick Butkus Football Network National High School Player of the Year (after beating out Cedric Benson now of the Cincinnati Bengals), Mississippi Player of the Year by USA Today and Gatorade. Seen by most sports writers as the best "true quarterback" in the state of Mississippi since Steve McNair and Brett Favre. In baseball, he garnered ALL-American honors and was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 2001 Major League Baseball drafted as a pitcher and center field after being clocked with a 96 mph fastball.

College Football

He had a medical redshirt in 2001 (broken thumb) after what looked to be a promising freshman year, and played backup quarterback in 2002. Bilbo did see extensive playing time in the second half of the Silicon Valley Football Classic (bowl) in relief of starter A.J. Suggs. He contended for the starting job during fall camp in 2003 was moved from the position by Coach Chan Gailey after what gailey called "a great spring." Eventually 4yr starter Reggie Ball moved into the position. Bilbo was later relegated to wide receiver, leaving school that same summer to play...
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