Breaking Down the Bengals Draft Day Needs

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November 28, 2009; Stanford, CA, USA; Notre Dame Fighting Irish wide receiver Michael Floyd (3) scores a touchdown against the Stanford Cardinal during the third quarter at Stanford Stadium. Stanford defeated Notre Dame 45-38. Mandatory Credit: Jason O. Watson-US PRESSWIRE

WR

The Bengals need to find a solid #2 WR. Someone with great straight away speed, excellent across the middle, great hands, solid leaper, and redzone target who can block down the field and has a nack for Y.A.C.

Top 5 Draft Fits:

Michael Floyd, Notre Dame

Kendall Wright, Baylor

Stephen Hill, Georgia Tech

Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers

Alshon Jeffrey, South Carolina

TE

The Bengals are in need of a solid #2 TE. They want a big TE that catch, run, and block. They want a solid all around TE behind Gresham.

Top 5 Draft Fits:

Dwayne Allen, Clemson

Orson Charles, Georgia

Taylor Thompson, SMU

Rhett Ellison, LSU

James Hanna, Oklahoma

C

They need to find a quality back-up that can be groomed behind Cook. Who is solid run and pass blocker.

Top 5 Draft Fits:

Peter Konz, Wisconsin

Michael Brewster, Ohio State

David Molk, Michigan

Ben Jones, Georgia

Phillip Baker, Baylor

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Topics: 2012 NFL Draft, Bengals, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Bengals, David DeCastro, Luke Kuechly, Mark Barron, NFL, NFL Draft

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