On draft day, Sanu became a sympathetic figure. He was targeted by a prankster who called, pretending to be Bengals' management, to let Sanu know he'd been drafted in the first round. When he was still available in the third, the Bengals decided to give Sanu a ring. At 6-2, 216 pounds, Sanu's game isn't speed (4.67 40), and he's not a true No. 1 receiver. Make no mistake, he knows how to get open and the junior caught 115 passes in 2011 for Rutgers because of his powerful hands, ability to fight through press coverage and most of all the precision route-running that had Bengals' players and coaching singing his praises in June.