Out of the handful of college safeties that could go within the first two rounds, none are more universally regarded as the leader of the group as Kenny Vaccaro.
So, putting two and two together, it would make an awful lot of sense for the Bengals to bring Vaccaro in for a one-on-one visit prior to the draft.
Now, according to Vaccaro's own twitter page early Wednesday morning, that seems to be exactly what is happening.
Unless Vaccaro is traveling to Cincinnati simply to take in the sights, it is very likely that he will be one of the 30 players the Bengals are allowed to privately host for a scouting visit. On his March 26th pro day, which Mike Zimmer attended, Vaccaro was limited by a hip injury that prevented him from running and jumping. Now that he is hopefully healed up, the Bengals will want to see him put through a whole gamut of drills and tests by their own coaches before they consider selecting him at pick number 21.
The Bengals will also be hosting WR Tavon Austin sometime next week.