Cincinnati Bengals Add Playmakers for the Future in 7 Round Mock Draft
It’s uncertain if Denzel Mims will be available at pick 33, but if he is, the Bengals should jump on the opportunity. Cincinnati should take the best player available at the top of the second round, and there is a good chance that if the Baylor wideout is still on the board, he’s that guy.
Wide receiver might not seem like a huge need for the Bengals, but with A.J. Green missing the entirety of the 2019 season, John Ross frequently falling victim to injury, and Auden Tate still unproven, adding a young, talented wide receiver could be exactly what the Bengals need at pick 33. At the end of the day, the best player should be targeted with this pick, and as previously mentioned, if Mims falls, he’ll fit the description.
Mims has a very impressive catch radius, along with the athletic ability that could very well make him a star wide receiver in the NFL. He has good speed and the RAC ability that could make him very dangerous after the catch. The 22-year-old fits well in the number two role, with Boyd in the slot and Green in the WR1 role.
This selection would give Burrow yet another weapon he can target in his rookie season and beyond.