Bengals 7 round mock draft from Pro Football Focus makes perfect sense

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Sixth round 202nd overall WR Marquez Stevenson, Houston

Twelve spots later with their second sixth round pick, the Bengals take third third WR in the NFL Draft. Stevenson would provide Cincinnati with another big play WR who is an an excellent return man. Stevenson finished his career at Houston with 147 receptions for 2,269 yards and 22 TDs.

In 32 career games, Stevenson added 34 kickoff returns for 889 yards, a 26.1 yard average and three TDs If the Bengals can draft Stevenson or Terry in the sixth round they would be a steal who can help them. Drafting playmakers and protection for Burrow will be important in any round.

Seventh round 235th overall RB Kene Nwangwu, Iowa State

Nwangwu was the backup to Cyclones star RB Breece Hall. In limited playing time Nwangwu finished his Iowa State career with 143 carries for 744 yards and five TDs and added added 92 kickoff returns for 2,470 yards, a 26.8 yard average and one TDs. Getting players who can play on special teams will be important.

Next. Bengals address WR and trenches in final seven round mock draft. dark

Finding versatile players in the mid to late rounds of the draft will be important for Cincinnati. The Bengals need to find someone to return punts after losing Alex Erickson in free agency. The Bengals picks at the top and bottom of the drafts will be the most intriguing. Remaking the roster makes each pick critical.