Bengals Mock Draft: Cincinnati adds key depth to their roster

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Sean Rhyan. 63. player. 836. . Offensive Guard. Bruins

Round 2: Pick 63 – Sean Rhyan, OG (UCLA)

While the Bengals took gigantic strides to upgrade their offensive line, they shouldn’t consider the job done. Sean Rhyan of UCLA could be someone who adds depth to the unit even if he’s not someone who can start right away.

Rhyan played left tackle during his time with the Bruins but that’s not where his ideal role as a pro player is. The Draft Network says that Rhyan would be best suited either inside at guard or at right tackle, so perhaps he’d be an option at left guard.

Jackson Carman is probably the starting left guard for 2022 but Rhyan provides competition at the position and Carman would likely win between the two.

The versatility makes Rhyan an intriguing prospect, as he could potentially slot in at three different positions, making him the ultimate swing offensive lineman.

This pick wouldn’t be flashy since Sean Rhyan wouldn’t be expected to start but it could be the kind of move that saves the Bengals should they experience injuries on their o-line.