Sensabaugh’s stock is seemingly on the rise in a draft class rich with talent at the position. Teams including Jacksonville, Arizona, Houston, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Dallas and San Diego have expressed interest. Cincinnati was present at the school’s pro day and did spend time with him after the workout. He’s projected as a third-round selection and would be a steal should he slip beyond that.
I believe Sensabaugh makes sense for the Bengals due to the versatility and value he would bring to the field. He can play either corner position and nickel or dime. He has good size, technique, footwork, ball skills, closing speed and work ethic. He’s athletic, physical at the point of attack and plays tough inside the box. He also has value on special teams having played gunner and jammer. One NFL scout described him as having superior bump-and-run skills.