NFL Mock Draft 2012: Cordy Glenn To The Bengals, Stephen Hill To Texans

SB Nation's Ryan Van Bibber unveils his final 2012 NFL Mock Draft and projects both Georgia's Cordy Glenn and Georgia Tech's Stephen Hill as first-round selections.

Glenn is projected to be selected by the Cincinnati Bengals with the No. 21 pick in the first-round. On Glenn, Van Bibber says there is a chance that he could go higher in the draft if there is an early run on offensive lineman. However, he seems like a nice fit for the Bengals.

Glenn could sneak up higher than this if teams really go on a run for linemen. He's a natural fit at guard, but he also has the makings of a left tackle. Either way, Cincinnati can use him to replace the inconsistent Nate Livings, who is now Dallas' problem.

Despite coming from a non-passing friendly offense at Georgia Tech, Stephen Hill has made the most of his opportunities and now looks like a solid first-round pick. Hill is projected to the Houston Texans at No. 26 where he would form quite an impressive wide receiver tandem with Andre Johnson.

Houston adds another big man to Andre Johnson's other side. Hill may not have the route savvy of other receivers, but he can catch a fade and a jump ball just fine.

For more on the NFL Draft, be sure to visit Mocking The Draft. For news on every pro hopeful from the Peachtree area, visit Dawg Sports and From The Rumble Seat.

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