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CINCINNATI (AP) -- The Bengals had a busy final round of the draft.
With two compensatory picks, the Bengals wound up with three choices in the seventh round on Sunday. They tried to add to their depth at three different spots.
Cincinnati took running back Taufui (tuh-FOO'-ee) Vakapuna (vah-kuh-POO'-nuh) from Brigham Young, defensive tackle Clinton McDonald from Memphis and receiver Freddie Brown from Utah.
The Bengals had 11 picks overall in the seven rounds and spread them around by position, taking an offensive tackle, a linebacker, two defensive linemen, a tight end, a center, a cornerback, two running backs, a receiver and a punter.
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