The Cincinnati Bengals traded away the No. 12 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft to the Buffalo Bills for pick No. 21 and left tackle Cordy Glenn. Glenn is the left tackle this team has been missing for some time, and he should bolster their offensive line considerable. While Glenn is a solid player, he is not going to fix all of their problems up front, and the team should spend their first round pick on another offensive lineman.
One of the more versatile offensive linemen in this draft class is Isaiah Wynn out of Georgia. Wynn did a little bit of everything during his time with the Bulldogs, proving he can be a solid guard or tackle. In 2017, he helped lead Georgia to the National Championship Game, solidifying his place as one of the best offensive linemen in the SEC.
At the next level, Wynn is likely to play the offensive guard position. With Glenn in place at the tackle position, the Bengals suddenly would be very tough up front. Head coach Marvin Lewis will be coaching for his job in 2018, and with some big studs in front of the likes of Andy Dalton and Joe Mixon, the Bengals should be a pretty solid team next season.