The Cincinnati Bengals swung a deal with the Buffalo Bills a few weeks back, giving up their No. 12 pick for No. 21. In addition, the Bengals also got back offensive tackle Cordy Glenn, who is going to slide right in as their starting left tackle next season. With their No. 21 pick in the first round, Cincinnati should look to bring in more depth along the offensive line, and Isaiah Wynn from Georgia has it all.
Wynn played all over the place for the Bulldogs, excelling at guard, and tackle. He is the kind of player that brings incredible depth to a unit, and he may end up being one of the best pros in this draft class. One of the smartest linemen in this draft class, Wynn would be a perfect fit for a Bengals team that ended the 2017 campaign strong.
The Bengals brought back head coach Marvin Lewis this offseason, which came as a bit of a shock. He is going to want to spend this first round pick on a solid player, and Wynn is one of the safest picks in this draft class. Andy Dalton is a Pro Bowl quarterback, and rookie running back Joe Mixon played well last season, so bolstering the offensive line makes a lot of sense this late in round one.