32. B.J. Hill, DL, Cincinnati
Hill is one of two big boys up front for the Bengals in the interior of its defensive line (the other being NT D.J. Reader). Hill grades out as a very good defensive tackle — particularly against the run. He has the mobility to get into gaps and make plays in the backfield. Duly, Hill has the athleticism which could be problematic for the interior of the Rams’ offensive line. Without question, Hill is one of the more underrated players in this game.
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31. Germaine Pratt, LB, Cincinnati
Pratt is your classic thumper in the middle of the defense. When you look at the grades for Pratt in all categories (via PFF), he’s relatively average. The Rams don’t have a huge threat out of the backfield when it comes to catching passes. We could envision some packages where Sony Michel may be utilized to get Pratt in space. Regardless, Pratt’s value will mostly come when crashing down towards the line of scrimmage.
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