So here is a Bengals' mock draft submitted by Ephram, based on the Fanspeak mock draft generator.
Rd1 #24 ... DARQUEZE DENNARD, CB, MICHIGAN STATE
When the Thorpe winner fell to Cincy, it was something of an obvious selection.
Assuming he can stay healthy, he can come in and immediately contribute.
Rd2 #55 ... STEPHON TUITT, DE, NOTRE DAME
The 6’5", 300+ lbs lineman can play both defensive end and defensive tackle, which is something that the Bengals like to utilize with guys like Fanene & Gilberry.
With good size, strength, speed, and ability, Tuitt can come in and be an immediate contributor in the D-Line rotation
Rd3 #88 ... CARLOS HYDE, RB, OHIO STATE
Arguably the best RB in the draft, he can be a 3-down bellcow in the NFL.
With his combination of size, speed & ability, he should be gone before pick #88, but he was still there so we immediately took him.
He has good size, speed, power, can make people miss.
A great compliment to Gio, and instant upgrade to BenJarvus.
Rd4 #123 ... BRANDON THOMAS, G/T, CLEMSON
3 year started at Clemson, was a 2-time 1st team All-ACC at LT shutting down Clowney 1-on-1.
Has the versatility to play OT or OG as a replacement/backup for Boling and/or Whitworth.
Rd5 #164 ... BROCK VEREEN, S, MINNESOTA
Has great work ethic & special teams ability.
Great athlete with fluid movement and range.
Can be an immediate contributor on special teams with starter potential at safety.
Rd6 #199 ... JAY PROSCH, FB, AUBURN
Powerful, old-school fullback.
Perhaps the top FB in the draft.
Great character & leader, and good special teams competitor.
Rd6 #212 ... SEANTREL HENDERSON, OT, MIAMI
Very much a boom-bust project, but upside is worth it for a 6th round pick.
If the Bengals’ coaching can’t reach him, he will be as inconsistent, lazy & unproductive as he was in college, and out of the NFL in a few years.
If the Bengals’ coaching can reach him, he could turn his physically gifted tools into an elite tackle well worth the selection.
Rd7 #239 ... SOLOMON PATTON, WR, FLORIDA
Undersized blazer (5’8" with sub 4.4-40 times)
Can immediately contribute in the return game and possibly replace Hawkins in the role of quick, elusive, undersized WR in the slot.
Rd7 #252 ... KENNY GUITON, QB, OHIO STATE
Mostly a career backup at OSU, the 6’3" QB has decent size and was very productive in Braxton Miller’s absence, playing as well, or better than Miller.
Compiled a crazy 14:2 TD:INT ratio as a senior, and has good running ability.
Is likely a PS candidate in 2014.