The Case for Ronheen Bingham

This story was originally published by Last Word on Sports.

Every year, several great prospects go undrafted, all to the delight of teams that find these hidden gems. One gem, in particular, may shine brighter than the rest: Ronheen Bingham.

Arkansas State’s Bingham was named Defensive Player of the Year in the Sun Belt at the conclusion of his senior campaign. The Red Wolf racked up 14 sacks in his two seasons to go along with 26.5 tackles for loss. He led the conference in both categories in 2018.


STATESBORO, GA – SEPTEMBER 29: Shai Werts #4 of the Georgia Southern Eagles tries to break free from Ronheen Bingham #8 of the Arkansas State Red Wolves during the first quarter on September 29, 2018 in Statesboro, Georgia. (Photo by Chris Thelen/Getty Images)

The Case for Ronheen Bingham

The 6’2, 241-pound EDGE is versatile and relentless, thrashing even the best offensive lines with relative ease. He even went head-to-head with Alabama OT Jonah Williams, a projected first rounder, and came out victorious.


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