The first round of the 2016 NFL draft was full of plenty of interesting moments and surprises, leaving plenty of room for a lucrative second round for many teams. The Bengals, in particular, will be very interested in some players who might end up falling to them. Here's our take at a Round 2 mock draft, though, after a crazy Round 1, it seems anything is possible today.
1. (32) Cleveland Browns: Vonn Bell, S, Ohio State
The Browns lost Tashaun Gipson and Donte Whitner this offseason. Rahim Moore might do a good enough job at free safety, but they need someone to fill in at strong safety. Ohio State is nearly synonymous with Cleveland, so Bell should be welcomed with open arms.
2. (33) Tennessee Titans: A'Shawn Robinson, DT, Alabama
The Titans had an exodus at defensive tackle this offseason. Jurrell Casey is considered one of the better defensive tackles in the nation, but he needs some help. A'Shawn Robinson has the talent to provide that help.
3. (34) Dallas Cowboys: Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson
With Greg Hardy still unsigned and with two suspensions to deal with, the Cowboys need defensive end help now. Kevin Dodd is probably the most talented guy at this position left.
4. (35) San Diego Chargers: Cody Whitehair, OG, Kansas St.
The Chargers have a huge need at virtually every offensive line position right now. Whitehair can fill multiple positions.
5. (36) Baltimore Ravens: Mackensie Alexander, CB, Clemson
The Ravens' secondary is hurting for talent badly. They won't want to pass up on this true cover corner who somehow dropped out of the first round.
6. (37) San Francisco 49ers: Kamalei Correa, DE/LB, Boise State
The 49ers are still rebuilding after their disastrous 2014 offseason. One position that they haven't really addressed yet is their defensive line. Correa has too much natural moldable talent as a 3-4 edge rusher for Chip Kelly to pass up.
7. (38) Jacksonville Jaguars: Myles Jack, LB, UCLA
The nightmare for Jack is finally over. A torn meniscus and further degenerative problems with his knee have teams questioning his long-term viability. But, one look at the Jaguars' outside linebacker depth chart is all you need to understand why they might want an injection of talent like Jack, despite the heavy health risks.
8. (39) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Emmanuel Ogbah, DE, Oklahoma State
Robert Ayers was a good addition in the offseason, but the Buccaneers run a 4-3 defense. They need another player and Ogbah is a coach's dream.
9. (40) New York Giants: Kendall Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech
With Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie hitting 30 and little depth at the position, picking up the playmaker from Virginia Tech to develop into a top starter is a no-brainer.
10. (41) Chicago Bears: Su'a Cravens, S/LB, USC
Picking up Danny Trevathan and Jerrell Freeman in the offseason helped fill the Bears' need at inside linebacker, but they're still hurting on the outside. They could also use help at safety. Cravens can fill both roles.
11. (42) Miami Dolphins: Xavien Howard, CB, Baylor
Losing Brent Grimes was huge for the Dolphins. Howard can develop into a full-time starter and help fill a big hole on the Miami defense.
12.(43) Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles Rams through Philadelphia Eagles): Sterling Shepard, WR, Oklahoma
Shepard is a solid receiver without any major red flags in his game. He's a good player who Mariota can dump the ball off to when under pressure.
13. (44) Oakland Raiders: Reggie Ragland, ILB, Alabama
It's unfortunate that Ragland's enlarged aorta hurt his draft stock as badly as it did, but he finally finds a home with the Raiders who are in desperate need of help at inside linebacker.
14. (45) Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles Rams): Noah Spence, DE, Eastern Kentucky
Character concerns are probably what caused the dynamic ex-Buckeye to fall out of the first round. The Titans have done an incredible job in the draft so far and add another great piece to their defense with this pick.
15. (46) Detroit Lions: Jonathan Bullard, DT, Florida
Haloti Ngata and Tyrunn Walker are a far cry from the formerly dynamic duo of Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley. Picking up a young dynamic playmaker in Bullard could help set the Lions up for defensive success going forward.
16. (47) New Orleans Saints: Michael Thomas, WR, Ohio State
Drew Brees needs some help in New Orleans. Last year showed that he clearly can't do it all himself. Thomas provides a player who runs beautiful routes and has the size to go up against any defender.
17. (48). Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Billings, DT, Baylor
The Colts, quite frankly, need serious help on the defensive line. Andrew Billings has the kind of play strength and power to help fill this need.
18. (49) Buffalo Bills: Jason Spriggs, OT, Indiana
Spriggs' stock has done nothing but rise lately, and the Bills are in the market for a right tackle.
19. (50) Atlanta Falcons: Le'Raven Clark, OT, Texas Tech
The Falcons need some serious help protecting Matt Ryan and Le'Raven Clark seems like a sure thing. He might not end up being one of the top offensive linemen in the league, but he should be a solid starter for years.
20. (51) New York Jets: Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State
It's a bit surprising that Cook fell this far, but the Jets aren't complaining. With Ryan Fitzpatrick seemingly out, they need someone to come in to play and be solid. Cook is exactly that kind of player.
21. (52) Houston Texans: Hunter Henry, TE, Arkansas
The Texans got their wide receiver in the first round, but they need some serious help at tight end. Henry is probably the best tight end in the draft and should be a good replacement for Garrett Graham.
22. (53) Washington Redskins: Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama
The Redskins probably didn't expect an elite run stopper like Reed to fall this far to them, but his issues with rushing the pass probably contributed. They are getting an incredible player who should stick around for a long time. If this happens, I'd imagine Bengals fans would be upset with Washington stealing away two players they may have wanted.
23. (54) Minnesota Vikings: Christian Westerman, OG, Arizona State
Offensive line was one of the Vikings' biggest needs going into the 2016 offseason. Signing Andre Smith and Alex Boone alleviated a lot of that pressure, but Westerman is a strong, smart, and athletic prospect who they likely won't want to pass up.
24. (55) Cincinnati Bengals: Pharoh Cooper, WR, South Carolina
The Bengals lost out on virtually every top wide receiver prospect that they've been looking at this offseason, but Cooper is an incredibly fast receiver who knows how to shake off defenders. They did attend his Pro Day, so it wouldn't be a total cold call.
25. (56) Seattle Seahawks: Joshua Perry, ILB, Ohio State
Losing Bruce Irvin hurt. Picking up the dynamic Joshua Perry would help.
26. (57) Green Bay Packers: Austin Johnson, DT, Penn State
The Packers needed defensive tackle help before they lost B.J. Raji. After the fact, we could very well see them picking up defensive tackles in the draft like the Bengals did with offensive tackles last year.
27. (58) Pittsburgh Steelers: Sheldon Day, DT, Notre Dame
The Steelers could really stand to find a new starter, or at least some extra depth, at defensive tackle. Day might be a bit of a reach at this point in the draft, but that didn't stop them in round one.
28. (59) Kansas City Chiefs: Connor McGovern, OG, Missouri
One of the Chiefs' biggest needs this offseason has been on offensive line, but they haven't really addressed it so far. McGovern would be a good addition for the Chiefs and help aide Alex Smith
29. (60) New England Patriots: Shon Coleman, OT, Auburn
The Patriots finally get to pick a player in the draft and go with some edge protection for Tom Brady.
30. (61) New England Patriots (from Arizona Cardinals): Carl Nassib, DE, Penn State
Via trade, the Patriots get a second pick and shore up their fledgling pass rush.
31. (62) Carolina Panthers: Braxton Miller, WR, Ohio State
The Panthers need a few more options for Cam Newton to throw to. They made it work last year with a patchwork of receiving options, but you have to imagine what they could do with some extra help. Miller is dynamic enough to do anything the Panthers need on offense.
32. (63) Denver Broncos: Javon Hargrave, DT, South Carolina State
The Broncos' top defensive tackle right now seems to be Sylvester Williams, so they could probably stand to add some depth to the position. They could also probably afford to take a flyer on a project with high potential like Hargrave and surely won't pass up the opportunity.