At the eleventh pick in the first round, the Cincinnati Bengals could be looking to move on from longtime quarterback Andy Dalton this year, especially considering that they have brought in a new head coach for the first time in 16 years in Zac Taylor. While Cincinnati could be on the brink of a complete rebuild and look to tank before drafting their next signal caller, they could also be looking to get him early and let him sit and learn.
The Bengals will have the ability to get an extended look at Haskins in their regional workout without costing them a visit. If the team likes what they see out of the Ohio State gunslinger, then they could make a necessary move in order to leapfrong the New York Giants and nab him.
It would most likely cost the Bengals a first round pick next year in order to make this move, probably too steep of a price for a team that is looking to rebuild. Again, the Buccaneers would fall out of the top ten, to the eleventh pick if this trade were made, and out of all of the prospects mentioned that they could have at the tenth spot, two or three of them will be ripe for the taking here as well.