Who Dey Jr.'s Complete 7 Round Mock Bengals Draft

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Sept. 17, 2011; Tucson, AZ, USA; Stanford Cardinal guard David DeCastro (52) signals to teammates during the first half against the Arizona Wildcats at Arizona Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-US PRESSWIRE


1st Round

17.) OG / David DeCastro / Stanford

21.) CB / Dre Kirkpatrick / Alabama

2nd Round

53.) WR / Mohamed Sanu / Rutgers

3rd Round

83.) HB / Bernard Pierce / Temple

4th Round

116.) DE / Jake Bequette / Arkansas

5th Round

156.) OLB / Travis Lewis / Oklahoma

166.) C / David Molk / Michigan

167.) SS / Duke Ihenacho / San Jose State

6th Round

191.) QB / Austin Davis / Southern Mississippi

7th Round

No Picks

The Bengals fill a few holes. They get their RG of the fututre as well as a young CB to groom under Hall, Clements, & Newman. They get a solid #2 WR who can come in & start opposite A.J. Green right away. They get a solid RB who can catch, block, & run between the tackles to add to the RB rotation. They get a DE that can become an eventual starter. They get an OLB that can push for playing time. A legitimate C prospect to groom behind Cook. A safety that has been compared to former Bengal Safety, Chinedum Ndukwe. Ihenacho is my pick to surprise & possibly even start at some point during the season. Then they got a legitimate QB prospect to groom as the long term back-up to Andy Dalton. I consider this to be a very successful draft.

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