INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 25: Offensive lineman Cordy Glenn of Georgia participates in a drill during the 2012 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 25, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
With the 21st pick in the 2012 Cincy Jungle Mock Draft, Jason Garrison selected for the Cincinnati Bengals, who earned their second first-round pick by finishing the 2011 season with a 9-7 record, which was good enough to get them into the playoffs.
With the No. 21 overall pick in the 2012 Cincy Jungle Mock Draft, The Cincinnati Bengals select...
Cordy Glenn, OG, Georgia
The Bengals addressed the cornerback position with their No. 17 overall pick in this mock draft by selecting Alabama cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick. They still need to address the guard position though and with the selection of Cordy Glenn, they could set themselves up with a right guard that is a major upgrade over Mike McGlynn and could give the Bengals one of the better offensive lines that they've had in years.
With the signing of Travelle Wharton, who will start at left guard, the addition of this 6-foot-5, 345-pound man monster at right guard would give the Bengals a one of the better offensive lines since 2005. Glenn also has the versatility to play tackle if he is needed to.
While I would rather see the Bengals grab David DeCastro with one of their two first-round picks, because I think he's a better overall prospect, Glenn is a first-round talent and could start for the Bengals from day one. In my opinion, with the addition of Kirkpatrick and Glenn in the first round, the Bengals would have a pretty successful early draft.
Cordy Glenn Highlights:
Joe Goodberry's Instant Analysis:
The Bengals really didn't have too many options here. It probably came down to Glenn, Doug Martin and Stephen Hill. I'm not the biggest fan of Glenn if the plan is to play him at guard. I didn't see the "killer instinct" it takes to be a dominant guard. Glenn doesn't play with great leverage and bend, that could hurt him against smaller defensive tackles. Glenn has started pretty much his entire collegiate career at Georgia and still has many technical issues in his game. Even though his testing numbers say otherwise, I don't see Glenn's potential being very high. I would've drafted Doug Martin here. Especially because I think Clint Boling can start.
|#||Team||Picked By||Name/Positon of Pick|
|1||Indianapolis||Alex Neyer||Andrew Luck QB|
|2||Washington||David Farrelly||Robert Griffin III QB|
|3||Minnesota||Palewook||Matt Kalil OT|
|4||Cleveland||Jason Garrison||Justin Blackmon WR|
|5||Tampa Bay||Andrew Bernius||Morris Claiborne CB|
|6||St. Louis||Jim0ijk||Quinton Coples DE|
|7||Jacksonville||AK513||Melvin Ingram DE
|8||Miami||Dan Lockhart||Trent Richardson RB
|9||Carolina||Jason Blanton||Luke Kuechly LB|
|10||Buffalo||Casey Penn||Michael Floyd WR|
|11||Kansas City||Kenneth Taylor||David DeCastro OG|
|12||Detroit (projected trade)||Andrew Perrotta||Stephon Gilmore CB|
|13||Arizona||Dan Wolford||Riley Reiff OT|
|14||Dallas||Joshua Foster||Michael Brockers DT|
|15||Philadelphia||Travis Parker||Mark Barron S|
|16||New York Jets||Kenneth Taylor||Courtney Upshaw OLB|
|17||Cincinnati (from Oakland)||Jason Garrison||Dre Kirkpatrick CB|
|18||San Diego||Anthony Knox||Fletcher Cox DE|
|19||Chicago||Steve Whited||Kendall Wright WR|
|20||Tennessee||Jeff Welch||Nick Perry DE|
|21||Cincinnati||Jason Garrison||Cordy Glenn OG|
|22||Cleveland (from Atlanta)||Jason Garrison|
|23||Seattle (projected trade)||Jared Egner|
|27||New England (from New Orleans)||Anthony Knox|
|28||Green Bay||Travis Castleman|
|31||New England||Anthony Knox|
|32||New York Giants||Matt Leitner|
Do you agree with this pick?
Yes, I love it! (289 votes)
Good player, but not what the team needs (19 votes)
Right position (group), but wrong player (38 votes)
No, I don't agree at all (292 votes)
Mmm... Donuts! (21 votes)
659 total votes