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Bengals will workout star-studded list of local players

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The Bengals will host their annual workout for local players next Tuesday at Paul Brown Stadium.

The 30 invited draft-eligible players will compete during a special on-field session with the team for about an hour.

The list below includes several Bearcats including QB Gunner Kiel along with Highlands product and Boston College QB Patrick Towles.

  • OT Jacob Bennett, Bowling Green (Lebanon HS)
  • C Deyshawn Bond, Cincinnati
  • G/OT Collin Buchanan, Miami-Ohio
  • WR Nate Cole, Cincinnati
  • TE DJ Dowdy, Cincinnati
  • S Zach Edwards, Cincinnati (Middletown HS)
  • DE Austin Gearing, Miami-Ohio (Bishop Fenwick HS)
  • OT Larson Graham, Duquesne (Wyoming HS)
  • HB Tion Green, Cincinnati
  • DE/LB JT Jones, Miami-Ohio
  • QB Gunner Kiel, Cincinnati (Columbus East HS)
  • DT Izaah Lunsford, Bowling Green (Shroder Paideia HS)
  • WR Monty Madaris, Michigan State (Moeller HS)
  • CB Brandon Neal, Thomas More (Lakota West HS)
  • LB Marcus Oliver, Indiana (Hamilton HS)
  • DT Alex Pace, Cincinnati
  • G Idarius Ray, Cincinnati
  • TE Keith Rucker, Georgia State (Moeller HS)
  • WR Sam Shisso, Miami-Ohio
  • WR Corey Smith, Ohio State
  • C Joe Spencer, Illinois (Mason HS)
  • WR Dwayne Stanford, Oregon (Taft HS)
  • DT Sione Tongamoa, Cincinnati
  • QB Patrick Towles, Boston College (Highlands HS)
  • G Dylan Wiesman, Tennessee (Colerain HS)
  • WR Rokeem Williams, Miami-Ohio
  • WR Dontre Wilson, Ohio State
  • LB Eric Wilson, Cincinnati
  • G De’Arius Young, South Alabama (Princeton HS)

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