Sancho Panzo had a burro in Don Quixote.  His burro was not drafted by the Bengals or any other team.

Picks 11-20

Picks 21-30

Picks 31-40

Picks 41-50

1. Chase Young- DE, Ohio State (2,1,1, ADP 2)

About the best prospect we’ve seen at any position in our ten-year existence.

2.  Joe Burrow- QB, LSU (1,2,2, ADP 1)

In one season he looked as good as any tosser ever.  Once.

3.  Isaiah Simmons- QB, LB, RB, CB, WR, TE, S, DE, Long Snapper, MMA fighter, #9, #10, Point Guard, Stopper, Center Fielder, Bowler, Speed Skater, Figure Skater, Mickey Mouse in Disney on Ice, Clemson (7,3,3, ADP 8)

I’d put that guy anywhere.

4.  Jeffrey Okudah- CB. Ohio State (4,5,4, ADP 3)

One of the few recent corners to come out with shut down potential.

5.  Mekhi Becton- T, Louisville (N,6,11, ADP 11)

We have him ranked higher than everyone and it’s not because his SPARQ score is the highest…ever.   He’s a behemoth by NFL standards (6’7”, 365), and he has excellent movement skills to boot.  Think Andre the Giant.  “You just wiggle your finger.  That’s wonderful.”  He will miss an assignment here and there but the rest of the time he’s embarrassing people.

6.  Andrew Thomas- T, Georgia (8,17,15, ADP 4)

Checks all the boxes for a high-end left tackle, and the tape backs it up. 

7.  Derrick Brown- DT, Auburn (11,4,7, ADP 7)

Double teamed his whole life, and still stuffs the run and gets to the tosser at a high rate.

8.  K’lavon Chiasson- LB, LSU (48,25,13, ADP 20)

We’ve watched his tape several times and vacillated between top ten and outside of the top thirty.  In the end we see Bruce Irvin+ rather than Leonard Floyd.  He’s stronger than we expected and weighed in at a stout 252 pounds at the Combine.  He has elite movement skills and is the only player in this draft class other than Chase Young to have legitimate 15 sack potential.

9.  Jedrick Wills- T, Alabama (9,12,6, ADP 10)

All the earmarkings of a star left tackle, but a little on the small side and he hasn’t played left tackle as he protected Tua’s blind side in college.  If he can transition to the left side (and we don’t know what he has told teams about that) he will be a top 15 pick.

10. Tristan Wirfs- T, Iowa (13,13,9, ADP 13)

Looks like Tarzan, but plays something between Tarzan and Jane.  The metrics are there for an All-Pro left tackle and his tape is solid if not always great.