Gurley, though, always was considered a first-round pick. That wasn't the case for Ogbuehi, who was injured in the Aggies' Dec. 29 Liberty Bowl win over West Virginia.
"I am really happy for the kid," NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock said of Ogbuehi Thursday night during NFL Network's draft coverage, noting that "a lot of people thought (the injury) would push him into the second or third round."
Mayock called him "a gifted left tackle prospect" with "a lot of upside."
"Because they have Whitworth and Andre Smith, he can get healthy before he has to play," Mayock said.
Ogbuehi also started at guard and right tackle during his A&M career, and potentially could begin his NFL career at guard.
"A lot of people thought he might slide into the second round because of that injury," Jeremiah said. "The Cincinnati Bengals thought they got a value."