University of Georgia tight end Orson Charles has been drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in Round 4 of the 2012 NFL Draft. Charles was one of quarterback Aaron Murray's favorite weapons at Georgia where he finished with 45 catches for 574 yards and five touchdowns.
Charles figures to adapt to the pro game fairly quickly, and looks to be another key weapon in Cincinnati's emerging offense.
Bengals have struggled to find a TE to team up with Jermaine Gresham. Now they have one in Orson Charles.— Mike Clay (@PFF_MikeClay) April 28, 2012
Charles is the third Georgia Bulldog to be taken thus far in the 2012 NFL Draft, with offensive linemen Cordy Glenn and Ben Jones coming off the board earlier.
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