Trent Richardson: Probably won't happen so I'm not gonna say anything.
Lamar Miller: Nice fit for bengals, inside/out 3 down back. Would take him if other options like Decastro are off the board. he is raw with great upside.
Chris Polk: NOT SOLD This kid is beat the hell up. All around package and does have nice vision.
David Wilson: STAY AWAY This guy will be Benson 2.0. He fumbles way too much for me. I don't like taller backs b/c their more prone to injury. Sure Wilson has skills, great skills but I don't think he will be the one for the Bengals.
Doug Martin: THE MAN. I'm all about this kid. Has the body like MJD and Ray Rice. Very big, short, strong legs. I thought I was the only fan who liked this kid but I'm starting to see Martin and Pead show up on a lot more forums. Martin can do it all. I like Martin b/c even though he's not flashy he'll do exactly what Bengals need him to do; catch, block, run. He even punt returns.
Isaiah Pead: I would love to see him with Martin. Pead would be a great "change of pace back" who can catch and return. Fast, shifty, and runs aggressive. He did have a few more drops than I would like in college but I think his fumbles can be worked on unlike Wilson's fumblitis.
The rest of the backs just don't cut it for me. But I would like to mention one other who isn't getting a lot of talk; CHRIS RAINEY.
Chris Rainey: he is F'n FAST. I think he could be a utility guy for Special Teams and RB/WR. Matter of fact if Rainey is used right he will be a decision maker in many games for some team. Dude is that FAST and I think he's a footballer with good IQ.
So to sum up draft IMHO: 1a. DeCastro b. (BA) or Barron 2. Coby Fleener TE 3. Doug Martin 4. Pead 5. David Molk 5. Mike Martin
But realize it's almost impossible to figure a Mock Draft at this point; it's way too early. There are too many scenarios and mostly matters on the teams deciding before the Bengals.