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Bengals attend West Virginia Pro Day to scout Pat Eger and Curtis Feigt

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The Bengals could use some o-line depth, and they have their eye on 2 from West Virginia.

Bengals cornerback Adam Jones was probably happy to hear his alma matter's pro day was attended by his current team. West Virginia doesn't have it's usual amount of NFL Draft prospects it's accustomed to, but the Bengals were still one of several NFL team in attendance for their pro day on Friday.

Running back Charles Sims is the highest-rated prospect, and some view him as the best RB in this year's class. A projected 2nd-to-3rd round pick, Sims opted to due any of the recorded workouts after posting good numbers -- including a 4.48 40-time -- at the NFL Scouting Combine.

According to Caleb Wygal of WVU Pros, the Bengals scouts who were present spent extra time with center Pat Eger and offensive tackle Curtis Feigt:

Eger is the most versatile of the two, as he's played tackle, guard and center during his collegiate career. Both are projected to go undrafted. Expect the Bengals to target them as priority free agents.

Defensive end Will Clarke and safety Darwin Cook are also notable prospects to watch out for.