Illinois wide receiver Steve Hull was among the players that auditioned at the Cincinnati Bengals' local prospect day.
Hull caught 59 passes for 993 yards and seven touchdowns last season.
He had two interceptions playing safety as a junior, recording 17 tackles and one tackle for a loss as a junior.
In 2011, Hull started at safety and had 58 tackles and one interception.
The Bengals also worked out DT Marcus Aiken, Cincinnati, TE Blake Annen, Cincinnati, DT Jibreel Black, Michigan (Wyoming HS), LB Greg Blair, Cincinnati, TE Ted Bolser, Indiana (Indian Hill HS), LB Preston Brown, Louisville (Northwest HS), OL Austen Bujnoch, Cincinnati (Elder HS), DB Arryn Chenault, Cincinnati (Fairfield HS), QB Bo Cordell, Tusculum (Indian Hill HS), RB Avery Cunningham, Central Michigan (Winton Woods HS), OL Dre Cureton, Cincinnati, DT Adam Dempsey, Cincinnati (Fort Thomas Highlands HS), DB Deven Drane, Cincinnati, RB Stephen Houston (Indiana (Lakota West HS), QB Brendon Kay, Cincinnati, RB Anthony King, Cincinnati, OL Sam Longo, Cincinnati (Bellbrook Spring Valley HS), WR Anthony McClung, Cincinnati, DL Pat Muldoon, Wisconsin (St. Xavier HS), P Zac Murphy, Miami-Ohio; (Kings HS), OL Andrew Norwell, Ohio State (Anderson HS), DE Jordan Stepp, Cincinnati and TE Brian Wozniak, Wisconsin (Loveland HS).
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