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Bengals worked with OT Cameron Clemmons at WKU Pro Day

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The Cincinnati Bengals took time after the Western Kentucky Pro Day to work with offensive tackle Cameron Clemmons, who has several private workouts upcoming with NFL teams.

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The Cincinnati Bengals were one of (at least) four NFL teams to attend Western Kentucky Pro Day on Wednesday -- the other teams that have been named were the Miami Dolphins, Oakland Raiders and Cleveland Browns -- with eight former Hilltoppers participating.

One player of interest is offensive lineman Cameron Clemmons, who the Bengals worked out toward the end of the session.

"We've been training for a long time, so it was good to come out here and do all the tests," Clemmons said via the Bowling Green Daily News. "I was glad to do it. I got to do some position work with the Bengals at the end, so it was good to be coached up by them and learn new techniques. It was a good day."

Clemmons said that he has private workouts setup with several teams but didn't identify any of those teams.

Per his (very limited) draft page:

STRENGTHS: Displays some athletic movement and decent movement in space. Processes assignments and reacts adequately to stunts and blitzes. Has room for more bulk.

WEAKNESSES: Disappointing motor in-play. Plays straight-legged and can be walked back into quarterback. Foot shuffler with narrow base and limited punch in pass pro. Generates little to no power against decent strength opposite him.

BOTTOM LINE: Stiff, limited tackle-only prospect lacking the core strength and leverage to play inside.