NFL Draft 2011: Cincinnati Bengals Meeting with Navy Safety Wyatt Middleton
Cincinnati Bengals Look At End-of-Draft Pick Wyatt Middleton as Possibility
The Cincinnati Bengals, as well as all other teams, are working out players that may or may not be drafted at all, in hopes of finding a diamond in the rough. After all, the Bengals have to use their seventh-round picks on someone.
Today, the Bengals met with Navy strong safety Wyatt Middleton. Projected to be an undrafted free agent currently, though that is subject to change if more teams take a look at him, there's not much out there on him.
Based on what is out there, he played fairly well in his four years at Navy, and did a good job in matchups against Notre Dame. He was also team captain for Navy, which speaks volumes about his character. In fact, he may be a decent pick for the Bengals for that reason alone.
He also had a 98-yard fumble return for a touchdown in the Army-Navy game, one which will go down in Army-Navy lore, so he's capable of the big play. At 6'1 and 191 pounds, he has a good enough size to be a safety.
For more on Middleton, see his Navy profile here.
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