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  1. #21
    I keep happily scooping him up in round 5 of mocks I do...

  2. #22
    5. Cincinnati Bengals

    What would the Bengals do here if ... they signed offensive tackle Taylor Moton or guard Joe Thuney in free agency in March (and OT Penei Sewell is off the board)?
    In this scenario, the Bengals will have plenty more options at No. 5, considering they already helped achieve the top task of protecting quarterback Joe Burrow. If the needs on the offensive line are filled, Cincinnati can look at getting Burrow a big weapon in the passing game such as Ja'Marr Chase. Remember, Chase played at LSU with Burrow. He's the logical move if free agency and the draft board fall this way.

    LSU's Ja'Marr Chase caught 20 touchdown passes from Joe Burrow in 2019. Kevin C. Cox/Getty ImagesBut the fun pick? How about Florida's Kyle Pitts? He could take Burrow and the Bengals' offense to another level and has the potential to be a game-changing tight end for years to come. -- Ben Baby


    https://www.espn.com/nfl/draft2021/s...-night-ifs#cin

  3. #23
    The Bengals currently sit with the No. 5 overall pick in the upcoming 2021 NFL Draft. Here's a look what the national media and draft experts are projecting in their mock drafts, as well as other players the Bengals could select as the draft continues.

    Penei Sewell - OT Oregon

    Mel Kiper Jr. - ESPN


    Analysis - He's the clear top offensive tackle in this class. I have compared Sewell to Hall of Famer Anthony Munoz, and Cincinnati should be thrilled to get another foundational player.



    Seth Galina - Pro Football Focus

    Analysis - The Oregon tackle is as smooth as they come; he never looks like he's in a hurry and just swallows up anyone who dares come at him. He allowed only seven pressures in all of 2019.



    Anthony Treash - Pro Football Focus

    Analysis - Sewell recorded a 95.8 PFF grade in 2019, which still stands as the highest-graded season by a Power 5 tackle since 2014. At 6-foot-6, 325-pounds, it's quite amazing watching Sewell move in space - the overall athleticism is off the charts.



    Josh Edwards - CBS Sports

    Analysis - Cincinnati watches as the action unfolds in front of them before selecting their top target -- Oregon's Penei Sewell.



    Chris Trapasso - CBS Sports

    Analysis - This is a dark horse landing spot for Ja'Marr Chase, but the Bengals make the prudent pick of Sewell for Joe Burrow's future.



    Danny Kelly - The Ringer

    Analysis - Big, Physical Trench Dominator; a plug-and-play left tackle who excels both as a pass protector and as a run blocker



    Oliver Hodgkinson - Pro Football Network

    Analysis - Athletic, strong, and dominant, Penei Sewell has everything that you want in an offensive tackle and then some. Equally as impressive in pass blocking or run blocking, Sewell is not only the best offensive tackle in this 2021 NFL Draft class, but also the best offensive tackle prospect in a number of years.



    Dane Brugler, The Athletic

    Analysis - Sewell isn't the flawless prospect some make him out to be, but he is still an outstanding player with his big-man balance and flexibility - and he doesn't turn 21 until October.



    Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz - USA TODAY

    Analysis - If Sewell is still available at this point, the 2019 Outland Trophy winner would be a no-brainer for the Bengals, as he would afford Burrow some much needed peace of mind upon the quarterback's return.



    Mark Schofield - Yahoo! Sports

    Analysis: with the way the board falls they still see the top tackle in this class drop into their lap.



    Brentley Weissman, The Draft Network

    Analysis - Sewell has the strength, athleticism, balance, and physical temperament to be a high-level left tackle early on in his career.



    WalterFootball.com

    Analysis - Penei Sewell was so good as a sophomore, he received a second-place Heisman vote.



    Ja'Marr Chase - WR, LSU

    Ben Linsey - Pro Football Focus

    Analysis: In his 2019 season with LSU, Chase's 24 receptions on passes targeted 20-plus yards downfield were the most in the FBS. No other wide receiver had more than 16.



    Michael Renner - Pro Football Focus

    Analysis - Chase was putting up over 1,700 yards against the top corners in college football as a 19-year-old. He's every bit the prospect A.J. Green was a decade ago.



    Steve Palazzolo, Pro Football Focus

    Analysis - He reunites with former LSU teammate Joe Burrow and gives the Bengals a solid route-runner who simply knows how to win at the catch point at each level of the field.



    Vinnie Iyer - The Sporting News

    Analysis - Chase posted 84 catches for 1,780 yards and 20 TDs during the national championship season and can join former teammate Justin Jefferson in lighting up the NFL as a versatile playmaker.



    Joseph Zucker - Bleacher Report



    Rashawn Slater - OL, Northwestern

    Daniel Jeremiah - NFL.com

    Analysis - Florida TE Kyle Pitts would be tempting right here, but the Bengals must address the offensive line. Slater has five-position flexibility and his tape is outstanding.



    Todd McShay - ESPN

    Analysis - A 2020 opt-out, Slater projects best as an interior lineman -- possibly at center -- but he also has experience at both left and right tackle.



    Ryan Wilson - CBS Sports

    Analysis - He was solid at tackle in 2019 (he opted out in 2020), and has the versatility to play guard and even center.



    Micah Parsons - LB, Penn State

    Jason McIntyre - FOX Sports

    Analysis - If they don't trade back, the defense needs an infusion of talent, and Parsons is a great start.



    Wyatt Davis - OL, Ohio State

    Joal Ryan - 247 Sports

    Analysis - The Bengals look to bolster Joe Burrow's O-line with the 6-foot-5 grandson of NFL Hall of Famer Willie Davis. Wyatt Davis earned consensus All-American status for his work in the 2020 college season.



    Bengals Mobile: 2021 Mock Draft Round Up
    https://www.bengals.com/news/2021-mock-draft-round-up

  4. #24
    Love Wyatt Davis but taking him at 5 would be idiotic.

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by Jason_NC View Post
    Love Wyatt Davis but taking him at 5 would be idiotic.

    I'm thinking that this was a second round pick and someone screwed up a cut and paste job.1

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Bengals1181 View Post
    I'm thinking that this was a second round pick and someone screwed up a cut and paste job.1
    Nope I found the mock they actually had him going 5.

  7. #27
    I had seen that mock as well. Stoooooopid.

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by JBandJoeyV View Post
    Nope I found the mock they actually had him going 5.

    well fire that guy

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Jason_NC View Post
    Love Wyatt Davis but taking him at 5 would be idiotic.
    With all due respect, I’m a bit wary of Ohio State OL after Price and Jordan. I know each case is different, but going 0-2 and....

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by texbengal View Post
    With all due respect, I’m a bit wary of Ohio State OL after Price and Jordan. I know each case is different, but going 0-2 and....

    I can understand that, though I’m intrigued by what Pollack will do with both, especially Jordan. I think Jordan’s issue is confidence, not talent.

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