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Facts and Figures: The Bengals' 2019 Draft Class

After making 10 selections in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Bengals rookie minicamp will be taking place May 10-11.

As the rookies look to get acclimated to life in the NFL, take a look at some of the best stats and facts of the team’s draft picks during their respective college careers.

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Round 1 – OT Jonah Williams | Alabama

  • 3 – Played for three teams at Alabama that played for a national championship
  • 44 - Consecutive starts at Alabama
  • 466 - In 2018 at Alabama Williams played 466 pass block snaps, and he did not allow a sack
  • 86 - Over his past six football seasons, Williams’ teams have posted a gaudy 86-5 record (41-3 at Alabama, 45-2 at Folsom High School)
  • PFF Stat - Ranked as Pro Football Focus’ No. 4 overall player
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Round 2 – TE Drew Sample | Washington

  • 25 – Catches as a senior in 2018 for Washington
  • 0 – Drops on his targeted throws as a senior
  • 3 – Three-time Academic All-Pac-12 selection
  • 7.15 – Three-cone drill time, sixth best among tight ends at the combine
  • 4.71 – 40 yard dash time, ninth best among tight ends at the combine
  • 115.0 – Broad jump distance in inches, also ninth best among tight ends at the combine
  • 20 – Number of tight ends Washington has sent to the NFL
  • PFF Stat - Among draft-eligible FBS tight ends with at least 300 offensive snaps played in 2018, Sample ranked and first in run-blocking grade (82.3)
Cincinnati Bengals football third round NFL draft pick Germaine Pratt speaks during a news conference at Paul Brown Stadium, Saturday, April 27, 2019, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

Round 3 – LB, Germaine Pratt | North Carolina State

  • 104 – Tackles his senior season at N.C. State in 12 regular season games
  • 6 – Sacks in 2018
  • 4.57 - 40 yard dash time, seventh best among linebackers at the combine
  • 24 – Bench press reps at the combine, fifth-best among linebackers
  • PFF Stat - Earning an 84.7 pass-rush grade and a 90.3 run-defense grade, Pratt turned in the seventh-best overall grade (90.3) among qualifying off-ball linebackers in this class in 2018
North Carolina State quarterback Ryan Finley (15) looks to pass against North Carolina during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Chapel Hill, N.C., Saturday, Nov. 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

Round 4 – QB, Ryan Finley | North Carolina State

  • 54 –Touchdowns thrown in his college career
  • 64.7 – Career completion percentage in college
  • 72.2 – Completion percentage in 2018 at NC State
  • 4.73 – 40 yard dash time, sixth-best among quarterbacks at the combine
  • 116.0 – Broad jump distance, fourth-best among quarterbacks at the combine
  • .630 – Career winning percentage at NC State, only behind Philip Rivers
Arizona State's Renell Wren during the first half of an NCAA college football game Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018, in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Darryl Webb)

Round 4 – DT, Renell Wren | Arizona State

  • 43 – Tackles in 2018 with 4.5 of them coming for a loss
  • 18 – Tackles in his final three games at Arizona State
  • 5.01 - 40 yard dash time, 11th best among defensive linemen at the combine
  • 30 – Bench press reps, seventh best among defensive linemen at the combine
Ohio State offensive lineman Michael Jordan plays against Rutgers during an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete)

Round 4 – OG, Michael Jordan | Ohio State

  • 116 – Broad jump distance, third-best among offensive linemen
  • 41 – Consecutive starts at Ohio State at guard and center
  • 245.2 –Rushing yards by Ohio State in 2017 which led the Big Ten
Texas A&M running back Trayveon Williams (5) turns upfield past Arkansas linebacker Dre Greenlaw (23) during the second quarter of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Jeffrey McWhorter)

Round 6 – RB, Trayveon Williams | Texas A&M

  • 4.51 – 40 yard dash time, ninth-best among running backs
  • 1,760 – Rushing yards in 2018 at Texas A&M, which led the SEC
  • 18 – Rushing touchdowns in 2018 at Texas A&M, also leading the SEC
  • 6.5 – Yards per carry in 2018 at Texas A&M
Clemson quarterback Kelly Bryant (2) is tackled by Auburn defensive lineman Derrick Brown (5) and Auburn linebacker Deshaun Davis (57) during the second half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017, in Clemson, S.C. Clemson won 14-6. (AP Photo/Rainier Ehrhardt)

Round 6 – LB, Deshaun Davis | Auburn

  • 3 – Years starting at linebacker for Auburn
  • 116 – Tackles his senior season
  • 13 – Career-high number of tackles in a game against LSU
  • 25 – Bench press reps at the combine, fourth-best among linebackers
Oklahoma running back Rodney Anderson (24) before an NCAA college football game between TCU and Oklahoma in Norman, Okla., Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. Oklahoma won 38-20. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

Round 6 – RB, Rodney Anderson | Oklahoma

  • 1,442 – Rushing yards in 2017 at Oklahoma
  • 201 – Yards rushing against No. 3 Georgia in the 2018 Rose Bowl
  • 25 – Bench press reps at the combine, fourth-most among running backs
  • 2 - Two-time academic All-Big 12 Second Team selection
Iowa State wide receiver Deshaunte Jones, left, breaks away from South Dakota State cornerback Jordan Brown, right, to score a touchdown during the first half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Sept. 1, 2018, in Ames, Iowa. (AP Photo/Matthew Putney)

Round 7 – CB, Jordan Brown | South Dakota State

  • 4.51 – 40 yard dash at the combine
  • 39.5 – Vertical jump distance, tied for fifth-best among cornerbacks
  • 12 – Team-high number of pass breakups as a senior in 2018 for South Dakota State
  • 3 – Interceptions as a senior in 2018 for South Dakota State

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