We're officially in the month of April and the big weekend in New York is just a few short weeks away. Rumors are coming in furiously and nobody is truly certain what direction the Bengals will specifically take this season. We know some of the needs that should be addressed, but we just don't know which order it will be in that the Bengals fill the needs.
One argument is for wide receiver, where some mock drafts have the Bengals taking the position as high as the first round, or others not even having them addressing it until much later. Still, the team is doing its due diligence at the position. After already having a confirmed visit with West Virginia speedster Tavon Austin, the team also has a visit lined up with a wide receiver from Clemson. And, no, it's not the highly-touted DeAndre "Nuke" Hopkins.
Brown was overshadowed by Hopkins and the electric Sammy Watkins, but he did have some production in his four years with the Tigers. In his sophomore and Junior seasons, Brown had 31 catches and over 400 yards receiving in each year. He racked up seven touchdowns in those two years combined as well, though his production dipped a bit in 2012. He had 21 catches for 345 yards, but zero touchdowns last year. Though he had a little bit of experience returning punts and kicks n college, there's nothing extensive there to say that he brings much added ability in that respect.
He has good size at 6'2" and 200 pounds and could be a late sleeper in the draft. Russ Lande of The National Football Post has Brown as his 49-ranked receiver in this year's draft.