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NFL Mock Draft 2012: Stephen Hill Climbs Up To No. 21

Georgia Tech WR Stephen Hill has been one of the biggest risers of the pre-draft season, as Paul Johnson continues his unlikely streak of producing first-round WR's despite running at triple option.

In the final mock over at Mocking The Draft, they have Hill going to the Cincinnati Bengals at No. 21:

Cincinnati Bengals - Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech - Bengals go, BPA in this position, and get one of the best deep threat wide outs in the NCAA. With Hill and Green the Bengals could be a force.

Meanwhile, Cordy Glenn has solidified his spot as the second interior offensive linemen in the draft behind Stanford's David DeCastro.

The same mock actually has the Georgia product going higher than Hill, with the San Diego Chargers picking him up at No. 18:

San Diego Chargers - Cordy Glenn, OG/OT - Why not? I don't see why you wouldn't take a stud player who can play almost every position on the line. With the Chargers losing McNeil they get a younger replacement.

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