Zach Taylor is heading into his third season as head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals. Typically, this is the make or break season for a coach. Every season under Taylor the Bengals have finished last in the AFC North.
Last season, the Bengals had the first pick and they drafted the franchise quarterback Joe Burrow. Unfortunately, he suffered a season-ending injury. But, all news coming out of Cincinnati is that he will be ready for the start of the 2021 season.
Pick 5: Penei Sewell OT, Oregon
Sewell is a tough evaluation because he sat out the 2020 season to prepare for the NFL Draft. He shows in his 2019 film he is well-balanced no real holes in his blocking. He fits in any offensive scheme. Sewell will be a plug and play lineman from day one; Joe Burrow needs protection.
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Pick 37: Creed Humphrey IOL, Oklahoma
Humphrey is a wide-body who has played all interior positions along the offensive line in college. He is a plug and plays lineman. Again, Joe Burrow needs protection.
Pick 69: Amon-RA St. Brown WR, USC
St. Brown is an underrated wide receiver in this class due to playing on the West coast and later games due to Covid. St. Brown has great body control, and that helps him excel in route running.
Pick 109: Kary Vincent Jr CB, LSU
Vincent is primarily a zone corner. He did demonstrate that he can play outside or inside. Vincent will be a nice three or four corner with his flexibility.
Pick 148: Reed Blankenship S, Middle Tennessee
Blankenship is a true centerfielder when it comes to playing safety. He was used mostly as the middle third in a cover three scheme in college. He could stick to the team as a depth safety and play special teams.
Pick 186: Jaret Patterson RB, Buffalo
Patterson is a well-rounded running back. He had a historic season in 2020 where he rushed for 2,000 yards in six games. Patterson is a great change of pace back that could help the Bengals’ offense.
Pick 229. Frank Darby WR, Arizona State
Frank good athlete when it comes to body control. He is more suited for the slot. Frank is well versed in short to intermediate routes. Frank would have a chance to make the roster as a depth receiver and special teamer.
Pick 247. Robert Rochell CB, Central Arkansas
Rochell is a long-armed press corner. In his career, he has 38 pass breakups and 10 interceptions. Rochell is going to be more of a developmental player and his hopes will be on making the practice squad.