The Cincinnati Bengals finished their top 30 pre-draft visits last week giving us an idea of what positions and players they are looking at for pick 21.
The Cincinnati Bengals were busy over the last month bringing in players for pre-draft top 30 visits to get an extra workout with these college prospects. Basing off the players that came in for visits we can get a good look at where the Bengals are looking in the first round. Whether that be a top need on the offensive line or best player available selection, Cincinnati has done their due diligence.
In a draft with numerous positional groups that have a lot of depth, there will be great players that slide to 21 but might not be the biggest need. This is where the Bengals will have to gage those needs vs talent available. Depending on how the draft goes, we could see Cincinnati going away from the offensive line in the first round if their top prospects are already taken and select a defensive player if the draft is offensive line heavy in the first twenty picks.
Let’s take a look at some of the players the Bengals have brought in for their top 30 visits and see where they rank among top needs for this roster.