AFC North: Five Rookies the Bengals Must Watch Out For

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Nov 8, 2014; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Minnesota Golden Gophers tight end Maxx Williams (88) catches a touchdown past Iowa Hawkeyes defensive back John Lowdermilk (37) in the first half at TCF Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jesse Johnson-USA TODAY Sports

TE Maxx Williams, Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens traded up ahead of the Steelers in the the second round to take the drafts best tight end, a position that they had a huge hole at with Todd Heap looking like he will never come back 100%.  So the Ravens get his heir apparent to Heap in Maxx Williams, a seam stretching first down machine. Williams lead all college tight ends with nine catches of 25 yards or more. The Bengals have gotten better defending the tight end, but Maxx Williams has all the traits as a future Bengal killer in the middle of the field.

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