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Matt Elam could be in the Bengals' first-round sights.
The Cincinnati Bengals are poised to be a "rich get richer" team in 2013, with 10 total picks in this year's draft. They have their full complement of picks in all seven rounds, along with an early second-round pick, thanks to trading Carson Palmer to the Oakland Raiders, and a sixth-round pick from the New England Patriots from the Chad Ochocinco trade.
Though the Bengals gave up their original seventh-round pick to the San Francisco 49ers when they traded for safety Taylor Mays, they added two seventh-round compensatory picks.
Here is my latest Bengals mock draft (updated April 15).
Round 1, Pick 21: S Jonathan Cyprien, Florida International
Round 2, Pick 5 (37 overall, from Oakland Raiders): RB Giovanni Bernard, North Carolina
Round 2, Pick 23 (53 overall): LB Khaseem Greene, Rutgers
Round 3, Pick 22 (84 overall): CB Tyrann Mathieu, LSU
Round 4, Pick 21 (118 overall): DE Sam Montgomery, LSU
Round 5, Pick 23 (156 overall): OT Reid Fragel, Ohio State
Round 6, Pick 22 (190 overal): Athlete Denard Robinson, Michigan
Round 6, Pick 29 (197 overall, from New England): DT Joe Vellano, Maryland
Round 7, Pick 34 (240 overall, compensatory): WR Keenan Davis, Iowa
Round 7, Pick 45 (251 overall, compensatory): OT Jeff Braun, West Virginia
Depending on what happens with free-agent right tackle Andre Smith, the Bengals may choose to try to get one of the draft's better tackles in the first round. However, the re-signing of Dennis Roland and the presence of Anthony Collins actually puts them in decent shape at the position even if Smith doesn't stick around.