With their final pick of the 2014 NFL draft, the Cincinnati Bengals selected Georgia Southern cornerback Lavelle Westbrooks with the 252nd-overall pick.
Over the past two seasons, Westbrooks started 22 of his 13 games played at cornerback in '12 and tied for the team in lead in pass breakups after posting 75 tackles, 14 pass deflections and four interceptions.
Here's his NFL.com scouting report:
STRENGTHS Nice arm length and press strength. Efficient pedal. Good plant and drive. Aggressive jumping routes when he sees it. Functional in run support -- leverages the field and takes good angles. Good closing speed. Solid, face-up tackler.
WEAKNESSES Size is just adequate. Not an explosive athlete. Short-area quickness is lacking. Green instincts. Loses phase in transition. Average production on the ball. Faced marginal competition and could struggle adjusting to the speed of the pro game.
DRAFT PROJECTION Rounds 6-7
BOTTOM LINE Adequate-sized, shuffle-and-bail corner who shed weight to convert from safety to cornerback. Has length and moldable tools, but will require patience.
That's it for the Bengals. The 2014 NFL Draft has come and gone, but now the undrafted free agent signings will be coming. Keep track of all the latest ones here.