When Mel Kiper Jr. released his third version of a Mock Draft, he had the Pittsburgh Steelers drafting Baylor guard Danny Watkins. Baylor had their Pro Day on March 3rd, with Watkins, projected as a second-round pick running a 5.36 40-time (about the same as Arkansas Quarterback Ryan Mallet), 29 reps on the bench with a 26-inch vertical.
Considering the Bengals situation at guard -- it's worse than quarterback, safety and tackle combined -- the team would be fools not to find ways to upgrading the position. Alright, alright. Even bigger fools.
Did you just smell that?
According to ESPN's Draft Tracker, Watkins is the best prospect coming into this year's NFL Draft. He ranks above average in pass protection, run blocking and awareness with exceptional toughness.