Cincinnati Bengals Best 2020 Draft Options Rounds 4-7
Jordan Fuller, S
Safety might not be a top need for the Bengals, but adding a young defensive back in round five is a move that would better set up the Bengals secondary for the future. The Ohio State safety is an experienced athlete, and although he’s going to need some time to develop in some areas such as tackling, he has the abilities already in place to make him a solid addition to the Bengals on the defensive side of the ball.
Josiah Deguara, TE
The Cincinnati Bearcats tight end could be a nice pick for the Bengals in round five. The Bengals have some uncertainty at the tight end position with Tyler Eifert potentially leaving in free agency. Deguara is an excellent blocker and talented in the passing game as well. Great route running, solid ball skills, and elite football IQ would make Deguara a versatile addition to the Bengals roster.
Jabari Zuniga, EDGE
The edge rusher out of Florida brings great size and solid athleticism to the table. Although edge isn’t a huge need in Cincinnati, Zuniga is someone the Bengals should consider later in the draft. The 22-year-old has great technique, and his rush defense is solid as well. The 6’3″ defensive end is somewhat of a project pick, but in round five, he could be worth it in the long run.