With the Senior Bowl on the horizon, we examine three lesser known linebackers the Cincinnati Bengals staff should keep an eye on while coaching the event.
As an added positive for finishing with the worst record in the league, the Cincinnati Bengals coaching staff will have the opportunity to travel to Mobile, Alabama and get an early up close look at some of the top senior prospects in the nation.
It is historically an occasion the Bengals pay very close attention to, and coaching this edition will only add extra emphasis.
In the 2019 draft, the front office selected a total of six players that participated in the Senior Bowl. Fans can be assured that a number of players they watch in the January 25th match-up will likely be in stripes by the time April comes to an end.
All eyes will undoubtedly be on the quarterbacks. It will be interesting to see if Joe Burrow decides to participate and how he interacts with the Bengals coaching staff, and if players such as Justin Herbert or Anthony Gordon can turn some heads.
However, the team has plenty of other holes on the roster. They’ll need to take a hard look at defensive players if they want to field a competitive team next season.
As things stand, twelve linebacker prospects have accepted invitations to the Senior Bowl. Here are three that could fit in best with the Bengals.