25. Cincinnati Bengals: Darian Kinnard, OT, Kentucky
Darian Kinnard is a massive prospect at 6-foot-5 and 345-pounds and that means one thing — everyone will want to move him to guard. For whatever reason, offensive tackles are constantly projected to move inside, even if they show they can handle the position at an SEC program against NFL-level defensive ends.
For the Cincinnati Bengals, they can use a new right tackle and that’s what Kinnard can bring them. He’s a powerful player who needs to clean up some technique, but with him and Jonah Williams playing together, the line could be much better in Cincy.
26. Buffalo Bills: Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington
The Buffalo Bills need a second starting cornerback across from Tre’Davious White and the land that in Trent McDuffie from Washington. Listed at 5-foot-11 and 195-pounds, McDuffie is capable of playing both zone and man coverage — and has Drae Harris of The Draft Network signing his praises.
"“In the passing game, although he plays the game from “bail” technique more often than not, he demonstrates good hips and feel to stay in phase in coverage. He is always close in coverage and is rarely out of position. In zone, he demonstrates good instincts, easily passing off routes. He easily identifies when the opposition threatens his zone and knows how to utilize his help.” ‚— Harris, The Draft Network"
Buffalo has won the AFC East two seasons in a row and keeping their defense strong should help as they look to make it three in a row next year.