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2012 NFL Draft: Bengals In Attendance At Florida State University's Pro Day

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We interrupt the complaint sessions and bad news surrounding the Bengals' free agency period to talk about the upcoming draft. According to Chris Steuber's Twitter account, the Bengals were one of 27 teams in attendance at the Florida State Pro Day workouts.

I'm told that all 32 #NFL teams, except #Cardinals, #Cowboys, #Packers, #Rams & #Redskins, attended #FloridaState Pro Day. 10 minutes ago via Twitter for iPhone · Reply · Retweet · Favorite · powered by @socialditto

There are a couple of future prospects that the Bengals could have their eyes on here. The biggest name is that of offensive lineman, Zebrie Sanders. According to draftniks, Sanders is slated as a second to third round pick and could be a tackle or guard at the next level. He played left tackle for the Seminoles, though some project that he'll be an NFL right tackle or kick inside to guard. According to National Football Post's prospect rankings, Sanders is the eleventh-best tackle available in 2012.

Another prospect that worked out was offensive tackle, Andrew Datko. Though lesser-known than his teammate Sanders, Datko is ranked higher than Sanders in NFP's prospect rankings. He comes in two spots higher than Sanders as their No.9 overall tackle prospect.

Other prospects they could be looking at is offensive guard, David Spurlock or running backs Jermaine Thomas or Ty Jones.