9 prospects the Bengals should target on Day 2 of 2022 NFL Draft

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Chad Muma, LB (Wyoming)

I’m well aware that the Bengals don’t need to spend a Day 2 pick on a linebacker but Chad Muma would be worth it. Not only would he reunite with Logan Wilson, a fellow Wyoming alum, but this dude is a tackling machine.

In 2021, Muma racked up an absurd 142 tackles and picked off the ball three times. He’s a stud and it’d be a lot of fun to see another Wyoming Cowboy come into this Bengals defense and dominate.

Skyy Moore, WR (Western Michigan)

Fans might not love the Bengals taking a wide receiver as early as the second round due to having their current trio of Ja’Marr Chase/Tyler Boyd/Tee Higgins locked up through the next two years. Be that as it may, we’re seeing receivers get paid a lot of money and the stripes will have to make a decision on if they want to do that for Boyd and Higgins when their time comes.

In the meantime, they could add Skyy Moore, who had just shy of 1,300 yards and found the end zone 10 times through 12 games last year. The Bengals could opt to wait until Day 3 of the draft to add a receiver but Moore would be a nice addition to this team and could still be a big part of the offense, even if he’s not an immediate starter.