The Cincinnati Bengals have already occupied quarterbacks in last year’s No. 1 rookie Joe Burrow (Joe Burrow). Given that there will be quarterbacks in the first few selections of the NFL draft this month, the Bengal, who currently has the fifth overall pick, may become one of the top forwards in the draft Central African quarterback.
After mastering this knowledge, Dubin Tobin, the personnel director of Bangladesh’s personnel department, said that they don’t want to be too cute during the first selection later this month.
“We feel we are in a good position,” Tobin said in a podcast with team broadcaster Dan Hoard. “We will proceed cautiously, not to be too greedy, and get rid of the possibility of losing a top player, and we hope to be one of the top players in this draft. We think the fifth pick in the draft is enough to make us satisfied. And hit the desired position.”
Tobin mentions Kyle Pitts, a hardliner from Florida, Penei Sewell from Oregon, and Jamal Chase from Louisiana State University (LSU). (Ja’Marr Chase), these are all great impetus to the building process of the Bengal Tigers.
Tobin said: “These three players are the most important seniors in the draft. We think they can adapt to us and make us a better team.”
The Bengals currently have a total of 8 picks in this year’s draft. If every top player they consider stays in 5th place, then the Bengals may consider moving down a little bit to increase their distribution later in the draft. However, Tobin and Bengali seem to keep it simple and choose one of the top talents that will be offered to them when they go to work later this month.