The Cincinnati Bengals pulled defensive lineman Devon Still out of the green room on the second day of the draft, taking the former Nittany Lion in round two. But the Bengals still haven’t figured out with certainty what to do with him.
Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer explains that the Bengals hope to get more insight whether Still should be a defensive tackle or a defensive end during upcoming Organized Team Activities. For now, Still prefers to stay inside.
“I’m more comfortable as a three technique because I played it more at Penn State,” Still told Reedy.
The best bet for the Bengals would to develop Still into a guy who can move around to different positions and keep the offensive line guessing as to where he’ll be and what he’ll be doing.