The Cincinnati Bengals have been one of the league’s best teams in terms of undrafted free agency in recent years. Players like Vontaze Burfict and Emmanuel Lamur figure to play big roles in the 2014 season and beyond. The 2014 crop of undrafted players have mostly been signed and the Bengals have added some guys that they think have a possible NFL future. Here’s a look at who they’ve added.
James Wilder JR-Running Back: At 6’3″ and 230 lbs, Wilder has the size and strength to be a terrific power back. He also has some quickness and suddenness with his cuts. However, he has never been more than a complimentary back and his running style could make injuries an issue.
Isaiah Lewis-Safety: This former teammate of Darqueze Dennard is undersized for the safety position, but is a smart player who does a good job at reading and reacting. He’ll need work in coverage, but there’s a solid base to build from.
Ryan Hewitt-Fullback: Hewitt does everything well. He’s a good receiver, and blocks well in both the run and passing games. He doesn’t have great speed, and isn’t big, but he could find a home in Cincinnati, as they don’t have a fullback now.
Jeff Scott-Running Back: In contrast to Wilder, Scott is a diminutive speedster who will hope to catch on as a special teamer. He returned kicks at Ole Miss.
Trey Hopkins-Offensive Guard: Hopkinds is an experienced starter, with time spent at both guard and tackle at Texas. He showed good strength at his workout.
Dan France-Offensive Guard: Another prospect with experience both inside and outside on the line. He also has three years starting experience.
Curtis Feigt-Offensive Tackle
Kevin Palmer-Offensive Lineman
James Davidson-Defensive End
Alex Neutz-Wide Receiver
Colin Lockett-Tight End