***Small disclosure, I am assuming we re-sign Andre (believe happens this week) and am not including trades (there is no magic 8 ball on earth to predict those).
21) DeAndre Hopkins - WR Kenny Vaccaro is long gone to St. Louis or Dallas. Did he smear poop? Does anyone in NFL circles care? Short answer, no. AJ meet DeAndre.........DeAndre meet AJ. Best friends for many, many years.
37) Eric Reid - S Big, physical safety who can play well in both coverage and against the run. A very intelligent player who can make plays all over the field and excels at coverage.
53) Alex Okafor - DE Great value here and an insurance policy in case one of our two current DE's walks in the near future. He is still on the board due to Ansah, Moore, Jones, Werner, Carradine and Hunt going in front of him. The Bengals gladly pick up another solid pass rusher.
84) Travis Frederick - C/G We pick up some competition at C, as well as possible G depth as well. With Wharton's status uncertain after his injury, the versatility of Frederick would be great to have.
118) Montee Ball - RB Not my own personal choice, but what I feel falls to the Bengals at this spot. I cannot currently predict them taking Bernard or Franklin, as much as I would truly like.
156) Jordan Mills - OT Mills played primarily LOT, albeit for Louisiana Tech. So may need to start out at RT and eventually progress to LT if needed in the future.
190) Kerwynn Williams - RB Faster back to compliment our rushing attack. Ran 4.48 in 40, so adds a different dimension to our backfield, can also catch the ball well.
197) Ace Sanders - WR/KR A guy I would really love to see just for kick returning purposes. The bonus is anything he gives us outside of that as well as limiting any time on the field for anyone named Tate.
240) Sean Renfree - QB Smart, accurate QB who could develop behind Dalton. After the Free Agents that have been brought in it's clear additional competition could be utilized. Plus, let's face it.....this guy won at Duke (in football!).
251) Eric Martin - OLB Depth at LB, with Harrison signing a two-year deal Martin can compete for a spot on the team as a potential backup.