3 college football games Bengals fans have to watch in Week 6

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Alabama vs. Texas A&M

Despite their two losses on the year, the Aggies are worth watching from an NFL talent standpoint.  Several NFL prospects are playing for A&M. They will have a lot of opportunities to show what they can do against the number one team in the nation, Alabama.

Kenyon Green had a fantastic season in 2020. He was looking to replicate that in 2021. However, because of some shuffling around along the Aggies offensive line, he has not been as dominant as he was while a guard last year. But he has still been pretty good.

According to PFF, Green has given up one sack, two QB hits, and four hurries in five games this year. Now, Green is holding down the left tackle spot and he will be facing his biggest challenge thus far, the Crimson Tide defense. If he can hold his own this game, his draft stock will climb even further.

Right now, he is 16th on Kiper’s Big Board.

From Alabama, Bengals fans should fix their focus on left tackle Evan Neal. We know that he can play both guard and tackle. What scouts wanted to know is he would fare at left tackle and so far, so good. According to PFF, Neal has not allowed a sack or a QB hit this year.

This week, he is going against a defensive line that stars Tyree Johnson and DeMarvin Leal. They will serve as a good measuring stick for Neal.

Other Aggies who will likely hear their names called on draft weekend:

  • Isaiah Spiller (RB)
  • Anais Smith (RB/WR)
  • Jalen Wydermyer (TE)
  • Demarvin Leal (DT): Sure first-round draft pick
  • Leon O’Neal (S)
  • Demani Richardson (S)
  • Tyree Johnson (DE/EDGE)

More Crimson Tide players you will not miss:

  • Josh Jobe (CB): Day 2 grades
  • Jordan Battle (S)
  • Christian Harris (LB): Day 2 grades
  • Shane Lee (LB)
  • Henry To’o To’o (LB)
  • DJ Dale (DT)
  • Emil Ekiyor (G)
  • John Metchie (WR): Round one / two
  • Jameson Williams (WR)
  • Jahleel Billingsly (TE)
  • Cameron Latu (TE)

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Happy College Football Saturday everyone. Who Dey?!