The Bengals were among a handful of teams on hand for Towson's Pro Day on Wednesday.
Defensive end Ryan Delaire was the man to watch, and he did his best to impress those in attendance.
Talked to a few scouts after Towson pro day. One had Ryan Delaire at 4.67 on one of his 40s.— TURRON DAVENPORT (@TDavenport_NFL) April 1, 2015
Ryan Delaire 1st broad jump attempt 9ft 5 inches better jump on second attempt. 9 ft 7 inches. pic.twitter.com/mt0KAed7k4— TURRON DAVENPORT (@TDavenport_NFL) April 1, 2015
A third-team FCS All-American, Delaire recorded 11 sacks last season and finished with a total of 22.5 sacks in two seasons for Towson after transferring from Massachusetts. The 6'4", 254-pounder played both defensive end and linebacker in college, and he'll likely spend a season or two redshirting in the NFL.
Delaire was forced to decline invitations to the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl and Medal of Honor all-star games after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery in late December. He's currently projected as a 6th or 7th-round pick by CBS Sports, and he might be someone the Bengals look to on Day 3.