21. Billy Price, OL, Ohio State (Cincinnati Bengals)
The Cincinnati Bengals opted to fill the void created by the departed Russ Bodine, drafting center Billy Price to ideally slide into the starting center position. Price was coming into the draft having won the Rimington Trophy as the nation’s top player at the position in 2017 at Ohio State.
Unfortunately, the Bengals’ checkered history with draft picks again caught up to them, as Price missed 6 games in his rookie year and struggled in the games he was healthy. For much of the 2019 season, the new coaching staff in Cincinnati has been shuttling Price in and out of the lineup because of his inconsistent level of play.