According to NFP's Aaron Wilson, Clemson offensive tackle Chris Hairston previously worked out with the Cincinnati Bengals, and is now preparing for a trip west to work out with the Oakland Raiders.
Hairston, 6-6, 323 pounds, boasted some fairly impressive numbers for a guy his size during his pro day.
The 6-foot-6, 323-pounder posted a 27 1/2 inch vertical leap and an 8-6 broad jump at his Pro Day workout as well as a 7.64 in the three-cone drill and a 4.74 short shuttle.
Hairston also bench presses 405 games and was a two time All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection while playing at Clemson.
According to CBS Draft Scout, Hairston is the No. 18 offensive lineman in this year's draft and is projected to fall somewhere in the sixth round of the upcoming draft. He has quick feet and is strong and can be developed into a productive lineman but he's also considered to be a project.
Hairston, a two-time All-ACC left tackle, has the frame and quick feet to develop, but is in need of a quality personal trainer who can redistribute his body mass to help him play lower and with better technique. Without better knee-bend, Hairston projects to struggle at the next level. He could be tried at offensive guard but the same issue would need to be addressed.