Bengals 7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Tee Higgins traded, Cincinnati moves on

The Bengals finally make it happen.

Cincinnati Bengals, Tee Higgins
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. Trevin Wallace. 7. player. 528. Trevin Wallace. Trevin Wallace. . LB.

Pick no. 2 in the seventh round sees the Bengals take one of the most athletically-gifted linebackers in the class. Kentucky's Trevin Wallace might be only 6-foot-1, 237 pounds, but the guy plays like he's shot out of a cannon. His speed and overall ability to cover ground is flat-out impressive. In fact, he scored atop his class in terms of athleticism at this year's Combine.

He'll get sideline to sideline in a hurry, and early on, could easily be a staple on special teams.

Keith Randolph Jr.. DL. . 481. Keith Randolph Jr.. player. . Keith Randolph Jr.. 7.

With their final pick in the draft, the Bengals once again go with a defensive lineman, making this position their biggest priority. Illinois defensive lineman Keith Randolph Jr. is going to be a later pick because he isn't elite at anything in particular, but is also one of those high effort players. All you need to know is that this guy did an admirable job against Olu Fashanu this past season, and that's saying something.

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