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NFL Draft Poll Series: What Running back do you like for Bengals?

If the Bengals opt to draft a running back in this year's draft, which one should it be?

Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

The running back has become a devalued position in the NFL, and just like in 2013, we may not see one taken in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft.

That means the potential for many of this year's best backs to be on the board when the Cincinnati Bengals are on the clock in the second and potentially even third round.

Another interesting thing about this year's class is there's no clear-cut No.1 RB prospect. Ohio state Carlos Hyde seems to be the slight favorite to be the first back taken, but other like LSU's Jeremy Hill, Auburn's Tre Mason and Washington's Bishop Sankey are also considered by some to be the best back.