According to NFP's Aaron Wilson the Bengals worked out South Carolina State offensive tackle Johnny Culbreath. The 6-5, 323 pound tackle was an All-American in 2010.
During his pro day, Culbreath ran the 40-yard dash in 4.9 seconds and did 27 reps on the 225 pound bench press.
According to CBS's Draft Scout, Culbreath is considered to be the 37th best offensive tackle in this year's draft class and is projected to be a late-round selection or possibly a free agent selection.
After the South Carolina players timed and measured in the broad jump, vertical leap, the 40-yard dash, three-cone drill and the shuttle run, it was the Bulldogs' turn inside the indoor facility. Even with past private workouts with the Cincinnati Bengals, All-American offensive tackle Johnny Culbreath said this was the moment he'd spent in heavy preparation for three months. "I've been waiting on this day for three months now," said Culbreath, the school's highest-rated pro prospect. "I've been training hard. I know that I've been busting my butt. I knew I was going to come in here prepared, so it wasn't anything different. I was just so focused, kept my eye on the prize."