Behind the scenes, the Cincinnati Bengals are working hard to prepare for the 2019 NFL Draft.
One of the most important moves towards draft was on Friday night when the Oklahoma Sooners demolished the West Virginia Mountaineers (59-56).
The Bengals were one of many teams that tested the prospects.
There, Kyler Murray threw three touchdowns and fought for another win, while Mountaineers quarterback Will Grier scored four goals.
Knowing what the Bengals would need in the draft, they were probably most interested in West Virginia offensive attack Yodny Cajuste, the broad receiver David Sills and linebacker David Long. For Oklahoma, the broad receiver Marquise Brown, attacking offensive Bobby Evans and Cody Ford and guarding Ben Powers.
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