The Cincinnati Bengals are continuing to add to their already-immense 2017 NFL Draft class by bringing in some talented undrafted players. Cincy Jungle has confirmed that they are adding University of Texas at San Antonio running back, Jarveon Williams.
Williams was a four-year starter for the Roadrunners and had two particularly solid seasons in 2015 and 2016. Last year, he rushed for 900 yards and eight touchdowns, while adding 221 more yards through the air. The previous season, Williams rushed for 1,039 yards and eight touchdowns with a 6.0 yards per carry average.
There are some concerns with Williams, though, which caused him to not hear his name called this weekend. Aside from attending a small school, he missed a handful of games in 2015 and isn't known as a true dual-threat back.
In recent seasons, the Bengals have found some really talented backs who became preseason favorites. Terrell Watson from Azusa Pacific University and James Wilder, Jr. were the most notable, and were eventually plucked off of Cincinnati's practice squad by other teams.