What Early Mock Drafts Say About Bengals Pick

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Sep 27, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; Washington Huskies defensive back Marcus Peters (21) intercepts the ball intended for Stanford Cardinal wide receiver Ty Montgomery (7) during the second half at Husky Stadium. Stanford defeated Washington 20-13. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

Fansided’s very own Josh Sanchez gets into the mix going defense, but not in the way that many Bengals fans may like. He thinks they will end up going cornerback with Washington’s Marcus Peters

"The Bengals have made an effort to improve their secondary in recent drafts, but it hasn’t panned out quite yet. Because of that, Cincinnati has has been forced to use veteran corners who are on the downside of their career so they need to find a way to get younger and improve if they want to take the next step."

Corner is not what most fans want here when they went with Darqueze Dennard last season and have Dre Kirkpatrick, who took a big step this season. The Bengals have been a best player available team in the past and that may be the thought process here.