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Bengals attend Towson Pro Day

Ryan Delaire is one of the top FCS prospects to watch in this year's NFL Draft.

Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

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.

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.

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