Bengals find a perfect Tee Higgins replacement in latest 7-Round Mock Draft

The Bengals don't even need Tee Higgins after this mock.
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6. . Hunter Nourzad. player. 491. Hunter Nourzad. . C. . Hunter Nourzad

In Round 6, the Bengals grab some offensive line depth with Penn State interior offensive lineman Hunter Nourzad. Very similar to his predecessor, Juice Scruggs, who's also now in the NFL, Nourzad has the potential to be a good player in this league. His quick hands and ability to get out in space, excelling in zone schemes, will allow him to have a nice career.

. M.J. Devonshire. M.J. Devonshire. M.J. Devonshire. 444. . CB. 6. . player

Later in Round 6, the Bengals get some added depth in the secondary with Pittsburgh cornerback M.J. Devonshire. He might stand 5-foot-11, but he possesses a ridiculous 6-foot-6 wingspan and has ball skills to boot. As a sixth rounder, you can't do much better.

467. Jaylan Ford. player. . Jaylan Ford. 7. . . LB. Jaylan Ford

With the first of two seventh-round picks, the Bengals grab a former teammate of their new tight end in linebacker Jaylan Ford. If nothing else, the Bengals get a potential special teams standout who is actually very, very good in coverage when needed.

7. RB. 2496. isaiah Davis. . Isaiah Davis. player. . . Isaiah Davis

To round out their draft class, the Bengals take their shot on a running back out of South Dakota State in Isaiah Davis. This dude is a powerful back and can be that short yardage, goal line type for Cincy when they need it. He's a tank, and he'll take more than one or two tacklers to bring down.