According to Joe Reedy with the Cincinnati Enquirer, the Cincinnati Bengals have sent three representatives to The Ohio State Buckeyes Pro Day on Friday. Those representatives includes running back Jim Anderson, assistant offensive line coach Kyle Caskey and Director of Player Personnel Duke Tobin.
Potential prospects coming out of Columbus that the Bengals might have interest with, based on the coaches and representatives they sent, includes offensive tackles Mike Adams and J.B. Shugarts, center Michael Brewster and running back Boom (Dan) Herron.
According to Joe Goodberry's Draft Board, Adams is ranked as the 35th-best overall prospect with a first round projection. And despite ranking him 24th-overall and the fifth-best offensive tackle heading into the NFL Draft, Scout, Inc. gives Adams below average scores for duability, intangibles and awareness.
Can appear lost as a run blocker and has problems locating assignment when defensive front shifts at the snap of the ball. Inconsistent picking up line stunts. Can miss defensive tackle looping around when he over commits to defensive end.
Center Mike Brewster, also listed as the fifth-best prospect at his respective position, is viewed a little more favorably with exceptional production, intangibles, however somewhat average in pass protection and run blocks.