As college teams continue to hold their pro days to showcase their potential NFL Draft prospects, it doesn't come as any surprise the Bengals were represented at the hometown UC Bearcats' pro day. There aren't any highly-touted prospects on the Bearcats roster this year, but that doesn't mean a few of them won't be on NFL rosters this year.
Here are some of the notable prospects they may have been looking at:
LB Greg Blair (6-1, 252)
OG Austen Bujnoch (6-5, 285)
OL Sam Longo (6-5, 305)
WR Anthony McClung (6-1, 172)
CB Deven Drane (5-11, 185)
QB Brendon Kay (6-4, 233)
S Arryn Chenault (6-0, 208)
Blake Annen (6-4, 247)
Here's a recap from GoBearcats.com on how everyone performed:
QB Brendon Kay and TE Blake Annen posted the top vertical jumps with both recording a 34-inch vertical. Kay also garnered the best broad jump with a leap of 10’ 1". Annen, S Arryn Chenault and WR Anthony McClung were second with jumps of 10 feet.
OL Sam Longo impressed scouts in the bench press as he hoisted the 225-pound bar 47 times, which tops all players that participated at the NFL Combine. His 47 reps rank third all-time by a draftable player behind Stephen Paea (49) of Oregon State and Justin Ernest (51) from Eastern Kentucky.
Annen (4.41) had the lowest unofficial 40-yard dash times of the day. DB Deven Drane came in second with an unofficial time of 4.58.
Drane clocked the fastest unofficial times in the 20-yard shuttle (4.24), 60-yard shuttle (11.73) and three-cone drill (6.93).
According to CBS Sports, Annen is the only one with a draftable grade (7th-round), but Blair is probably the one who has the best chance of making the Bengals roster or practice squad if he were drafted or signed as a priority free agent.