In the midst of the flurry of free agency news, the Cincinnati Bengals also have an eye on the draft. With the possible departure of offensive lineman Anthony Collins in free agency, the team could be looking at the position in the first few rounds of the draft. One such prospect that the team has showed interest in is Stanford tackle, Cameron Fleming, according to Bruce Feldman with CBS.
Fleming was a two-time All-Pac-12 honorable mention and a second team All-Pac-12 while at Stanford as a right tackle. He's huge at 6'5", 325 pounds and could be either a tackle or guard in the NFL. For those that haven't watched much Stanford football over the past few years, they love to run the football and hit you in the mouth with their big boys up front. In fact, many times the Cardinal line up six offensive lineman as a regular formation.
Most draftniks have him rated as a mid-round prospect this year, so the Bengals could be keeping on the lookout for Fleming in the third or fourth round. He seems to have the potential versatility that the Bengals usually covet out of their offensive linemen and has the big body that Hue Jackson might like for his balanced attack that will supposedly re-emphasize the run.