CINCINNATI -- The Cincinnati Bengals signed 11 undrafted free agents after last Saturday's draft. Here's a closer look at each player:
RB Terrell Watson: At 6-foot-1, 240 pounds, Watson has an imposing frame that could make him a bruiser in the Bengals' backfield. If he makes the team, he could be a key short-yardage and goal-line addition. The standout from Asuza Pacific flew under most radars during the pre-draft process, but the Bengals showed interest following his impressive, nine-carry, 55-yard, MVP-worthy performance in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. They remained interested through his signing.
RB Mark Weisman: Another 240-pounder, Weisman runs with power. He also has a nose for the end zone. Last year, he had a career-high 16 rushing touchdowns for Iowa. While his yardage and yards-per-carry production decreased as his career continued, it's worth pointing out that Weisman averaged 200 carries each season.
WR Jake Kumerow: A pure possession receiver at Wisconsin-Whitewater, he had 77 receptions alone in 2013, including 11 that year against Wisconsin-Stout. He began his career at Illinois.
TE Matt Lengel: Like several other Bengals undrafted free agents, Lengel spent his career at two schools. In addition to playing at Eastern Kentucky, where he finished, he spent a year at Northeastern. Due to multiple knee injuries, he had six years of eligibility.
C Chris Jasperse: A two-time All-Conference USA selection, Jasperse comes to the Bengals' rookie minicamp with hopes of backing up second-year starter Russell Bodine. His 4,040 career offensive snaps for Marshall last season led all then-active FBS offensive linemen.
OL Jake Smith: A versatile player, Smith spent his college career playing multiple spots on the interior of Louisville's offensive line. He began his career at guard, and eventually transitioned to center.
DT DeShawn Williams: One of the key players in Clemson's defensive line rotation last season, Williams had 54 tackles, including eight for loss. Williams appears to have caught the Bengals' eye while they were evaluating eventual Falcons draft picks in edge-rusher Vic Beasley (who went No. 8 overall) and defensive tackle Grady Jarrett.
LB Trevor Roach: After missing all of 2013, Roach returned in 2014 to see an explosion in production. With the most action in a season of his career at Nebraska, Roach set career highs in multiple statistical areas by wide margins. He had 63 total tackles, including seven for loss.
S Floyd Raven: The Texas A&M product played with Bengals first-round pick Cedric Ogbuehi. If he makes the Bengals' roster, he likely will do so as a special-teamer, where he blocked two kicks in 2013. He played free safety in college.
CB Troy Hill: Like Raven, Hill has history with a Bengals draft pick. Hill played college ball at Oregon with second-round pick Jake Fisher. Hill returns for the time being to his home state. The Youngstown, Ohio, native led the Pac-12 in passes defended, averaging 1.46 per game. He only had one interception last season.
K Tom Obarski: Don't expect Obarski to ultimately make the roster, as the Bengals typically take just one kicker into the season. Mike Nugent will be that guy, but Obarski could give the Bengals an additional leg to use during training camp so as to not wear Nugent down. In the process, the Concordia-St. Paul standout could put enough good kicks on film to cause another team to eventually pick him up. Obarski has the 11 longest field goals in Concordia-St. Paul history, including a 59-yarder he nailed in 2012.