The Cincinnati Bengals have been targeting an offensive lineman in the draft, and Georgia's Cordy Glenn may be the one who falls in their laps at the 17th pick.
While the Bengals are hoping for lineman that should go a little earlier than their pick, getting Glenn wouldn't be a bad consolation prize at all, according to SB Nation's Ryan Van Bibber.
The Bengals would reportedly love to have DeCastro as a replacement to the inconsistent Nate Livings. They get Cordy Glenn instead, and should be thrilled about it.
Glenn is praised for his versatility having played both tackle and guard while at Georgia. He was a first-team All-SEC left tackle last season, his first year playing the position for the Bulldogs.