Data Scout Notes: 2012: NA/P2ndM-KR/P3rdM-RB/PDoak/PMaxwell...2011: 2ndC-KR/P3rdC...2010: NA
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Draft Scout Onterio McCalebb News
07/25/14 - RB Onterio McCalebb passed his physical Thursday July 25) and was removed from active/physically unable to perform by the Bengals..
07/22/14 - CB Onterio McCalebb (knee) was declared active/non-football injury by the Bengals Monday (July 21).
08/31/13 - CB Onterio McCalebb was released on Saturday by the Cincinnati Bengals got down to the league-mandated 53-player roster to start the season.
05/01/13 - The Bengals added to their list of college free agents Wednesday morning when they added Auburn running back Onterio McCalebb, New Mexico Highlands linebacker Jordan Campbell, and Oklahoma State kicker Quinn Sharp.
The 5-10, 170-pound McCalebb, the fastest man at the NFL Scouting Combine with a sub 4-3-second 40-yard dash, is making the switch to cornerback for the May 10-12 rookie minicamp at Paul Brown Stadium as the Bengals try to find a position for him while auditioning his return skills. Too slight to play NFL running back, McCalebb could also get a look at receiver. The CFA class stands at 12. - Geoff Hobson, Bengals.com
03/06/13 - 2013 Auburn Pro Day: Onterio McCalebb...McCalebb might have benefited the most from the extra publicity provided by Pro Day. He continued to run blistering - if unofficial - 40 yard dashes with his fastest being unofficially clocked at 4.29 seconds. Scouts who buy into game film more than drills can see his productivity if plugged into the right system. For those looking for workout warriors, McCalebb did not disappoint. While the main knock on McCalebb is his seemingly frail 168-pound frame, he completed 10 reps in the bench press - seven more than 313-pound guard John Sullen - showing that he has the upper body strength to take a hit. McCalebb’s only falter came in receiving drills. Teams willing to buy into his speed must know if he can also catch the ball out of the backfield, and McCalebb dropped two passes early. However, once in a rhythm, McCalebb looked fluid coming out of routes. - Andrew Yawn, The Auburn Plainsman