Found April 17, 2013 on Fox Sports Ohio:
Its not easy sharing the football as a running back. Its a necessity at Louisiana State University. Spencer Ware was used to handling the ball all of the time as the quarterback at Cincinnatis Princeton High School but when he went to LSU and became a running back he learned an important lesson. Whoevers hot is going to keep the rock and thats how wed go, said Ware. Ware was a productive player for the Tigers the past three seasons but chose to forego his senior season and enter the NFL draft. On Tuesday, Ware was one of 32 draft-eligible players with local ties the Bengals hosted for physicals and workouts. It is one of the final pieces of the evaluation puzzle for the team with eight more days to go before the annual draft begins on April 25. TheUniversity of Cincinnati had 14 players represented, while 20 players who prepped at Greater Cincinnati high schools were at the workout. Cincinnati tight end Travis Kelce, the highest-rated player among the 32, was not able to atten...
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