With just 10 days to go until the 2019 NFL draft, six Ohio State draft hopefuls are in Cincinnati on Monday visiting or working out with the Bengals.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, former Ohio State wide receiver Parris Campbell – who is widely projected to be a second-round pick in this year's draft – is in Cincinnati for a top-30 visit with the Bengals.
Some visits: #OleMiss WR DK Metcalf is with the #Ravens on a visit today, source said. They may be in the WR business. ... #Florida OL Jawaan Taylor and #Michigan LB Devin Bush are visiting the #Dolphins. ... #OSU WR Parris Campbell is visiting with the #Bengals.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 15, 2019
The Bengals hold the 10th pick in the second round of the draft, No. 42 overall.
Five other Ohio State draft hopefuls who are likely to either be late-round picks or undrafted free agents are also in Cincinnati on Monday for the Bengals' local player workout: wide receiver Johnnie Dixon, linebacker Dante Booker, guards Demetrius Knox and Malcolm Pridgeon and kicker Sean Nuernberger.
According to Cincinnati sportswriter Laurel Pfahler, Dixon and Knox did not work out because Dixon had a workout with the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, while Knox is continuing to recover from the foot injury he suffered against Michigan in November.
Some notes from local college player workouts with #Bengals this morning: Ohio State WR Johnnie Dixon didnt practice but said he would have if he hadnt worked out yesterday with the Falcons. ...— Laurel Pfahler (@LaurelPfahler) April 15, 2019