NFL Draft 2011: Who Are Cornerbacks Cincinnati Bengals Can Draft on Day Three?
Cincinnati Bengals Could Grab Cornerback as Insurance Policy
The Cincinnati Bengals don't need a cornerback as much as they need to re-tool their offense, and grabbing one early would be a bad idea, since it could run Jonathan Joseph right out of town.
The Bengals should be able to re-sign him, but the Bengals seem very likely to draft a cornerback on day three just to be on the safe side. Should they do that, which defensive backs would be good options for them?
One possibility is DeMarcus Van Dyke out of Miami. He has the talent, but he has such a small frame that I don't know if he can wrap up wide receivers at the next level.
Davon House of New Mexico State and Curtis Marsh of Utah State are two small-school players who could slip down to day three and be overlooked due to their schools, so they are players to look at.
Lastly, Marcus Gilchrist of Clemson could be an option. If Joseph stays, he can move to safety, so it would be a low-risk selection on that front.
Those are all possible options for the Bengals to look at, though who knows who will be chosen on day three by any team.
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