Two defensive backs with their two first-rounders? Really? Yes, really.
Barron, the only elite safety in the draft, was expected to be a top-15 pick prior before a minor injury kept him out of combine workouts. A three-year starter for the best defense in college football, look for Barron to step right in and take command of the Bengals D.
Not the biggest “need” pick here, but the best player on the board. Cincy’s D is awfully good as is; add Barron and Jenkins to the mix and they’re even scarier. —Peter Schrager
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