The Cincinnati Bengals head to the 2014 Scouting Combine with luxury on the mind.
With the team so deep at most spots, Marvin Lewis and his staff could go any number of positions in the opening round of the draft. This notion holds true when one simply looks at the 2013 class, where tight end Tyler Eifert was the selection in the first round.
No immediate needs come to mind, but the staff's continued forward-looking approach to the draft is sure to once again be on display. As is the case every year, impressions of prospects will be shaped at the Scouting Combine both on the field and off in interviews.
The following slideshow will detail, in no particular order, what the Bengals will look for at the big event.
Note: The full list of prospects who have received invites can be found at NFL.com.