The Bengals look to be in the market for an offensive tackle after the first round. After meeting with Alabama State prospect Tytus Howard last week, they’re using a top-30 visit on another offensive tackle in Central Florida’s Wyatt Miller.
Miller isn’t expected to be drafted very high, if at all. Per Tony Pauline, he has already had a workout with the New York Jets and he had a local workout with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
At his pro day, Miller even had some reps snapping and pulling.
A former baseball player, Miller started in 47 games for the Golden Knights. From his freshman to junior year, Miller held down the right tackle spot before moving over to left tackle last year.
Miller did not receive an invite to the NFL combine, but he did test at his pro day.
- 40-Yard Dash: 5.37
- 20-Yard Dash: 3.06
- 10-Yard Dash: 1.82
- Bench Reps: 14
- Vertical Jump: 26 1/2”
- Broad Jump: 08’05’’
- 20-Yard Shuttle: 4.78
- 3-Cone Drill: 8.00
Miller seems like an ideal priority free agent target for a team in need of versatile offensive lineman, so the Bengals would be a great fit.