Bengals reportedly have top 30 meeting scheduled with Iowa TE Erick All

The Cincinnati Bengals signed a tight end in Mike Gesicki, but they still have their eyes on another tight end in the draft.

According to Ryan Fowler of Bleacher Report, they have a top 30 visit scheduled with Erick All, who spent five years in college. He played his first four years with Michigan before transferring to Iowa.

He finished his college career with 75 catches for 864 yards and five touchdowns in 40 games, much of that production coming in his final season with Iowa in just seven games.

He has proven he can be somewhat of a weapon as a receiver, but could still use some work with blocking, though he is very physical.

All isn’t projected to go in the draft until the later rounds, but the Bengals seem to have enough interest in him to use a top-30 meeting for him.

Story originally appeared on Bengals Wire