Spencer Ware & Travis Kelce Highlight Bengals Pre-draft Workouts. Update on Kelce’s 2010 Suspension

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As the NFL Draft inches ever-so-closer, teams are actually just now beginning to get a good look at the prospects who played at nearby colleges and/or high schools. Every NFL club is permitted to hold a workout for players who played their high school or college football in the team’s metro area.

 

Below is the list of players the Bengals will workout on April 16th

Player
College
High School (if local)
CB Dominique Battle Cincinnati
DT Larry Black Indiana WyomingHS
LB Maalik Bomar Cincinnati Winton Woods HS
CB Taylor Bradley Central Michigan Winton Woods HS
CB D.J. Brown Miami-Ohio Lakota West HS
WR Bakari Bussey Ohio Lakota West HS
CB Camerron Cheatham Cincinnati
WR Andy Cruse Miami-Ohio Turpin HS
RB Adam Fearing Cincinnati
S Drew Frey Cincinnati
DE Dan Giordano Cincinnati
DT Corey Hasting Ohio MilfordHS
T Sean Hooey Cincinnati
FB Josh Jackson KentuckyState Harmony Prep
WR C.J. Johnson GrandValleyState Lloyd Memorial HS
WR Damon Julian Cincinnati
C Kevin Kapellas Eastern Illinois Moeller HS
TE Travis Kelce KentState
G Josh Kline Cincinnati Mason HS
WR Danny Milligan Cincinnati St.Xavier HS
DE Brandon Mills Cincinnati Colerain HS
S Malcolm Murray Cincinnati
C Rick Schmieg Purdue Oak Hills HS
WR Quentin Sims Tennessee-Martin Colerain HS
WR Kenbrell Tompkins Cincinnati
WR Nick Truesdell Cincinnati Anderson HS
RB Spencer Ware LouisianaState Princeton HS
DT John Williams Cincinnati
RB George Winn Cincinnati
WR Von Wise Eastern Illinois Finneytown HS
LB Dwayne Woods Bowling Green Princeton HS

 

 

Oct 20, 2012; College Station, TX, USA; LSU Tigers running back Spencer Ware (11) stiff arms Texas A

 

Once upon a time, running back Spencer Ware was a highly-touted recruit coming out of Cincinnati’s Princeton High School, and he opted to play for national-powerhouse LSU. As a Tiger, Ware ran for 1249 yards on 295 attempts (4.2 ypc) and added 404 yards on 39 receptions (10.4) in his 3-year career. LSU likes to rotate backs in and out, often giving 3 backs significant carries in each game, so for Ware to put up those kind of numbers in the SEC is pretty impressive. Nevertheless, his inability to stand out as a feature-back will cause him to be drafted no higher than the 4th-round, but could be a steal for whoever gets him. Out of all the backs in the draft, he has as much expeirince going against NFL-caliber players as anyone, while also having the lease amount of tread on his tires, and could have a long NFL career as a backup.

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