This week, the Bengals brought 10 undrafted rookies into the fold:
- Tyler Clark, DT (Georgia)
- Clay Cordasco, G (Oregon State)
- Trey Dishon, DT (Kansas State)
- Kendall Futrell, DE (East Carolina)
- Josh Knipfel, OT (Iowa State)
- Marcel Spears Jr., LB (Iowa State)
- Isiah Swann, CB (Dartmouth)
- Scotty Washington, WR (Wake Forest)
- Devwah Whaley, RB (Arkansas)
- Mitchell Wilcox, TE (South Florida)
Dishon started 50 games at Kansas State, while Futtrell registered 11 sacks last season despite weighing just 222 pounds. The Bengals revealed they view him as either an edge rusher or an off-ball linebacker. Swann, who hails from owner Mike Brown‘s alma mater, was a Division I-FCS All-American. He intercepted nine passes in 2018.
Washington joins Auden Tate as 6-foot-5 Bengals wide receivers; he is coming off a season marred by a broken ankle. Wilcox totaled 71 receptions for 890 yards between his junior and senior seasons. The Bengals did not draft a tight end and let Tyler Eifert walk in free agency, perhaps opening a path for Wilcox to join C.J. Uzomah and 2019 second-rounder Drew Sample on the regular-season roster.