After adding six rookies to the team in the NFL Draft last month, the Bengals announced the addition of 16 undrafted free agents:
- Cal Adomitis, LS (Pittsburgh)
- Ben Brown, OG (Ole Miss)
- Devin Cochran, OT (Georgia Tech)
- Allan George, CB (Vanderbilt)
- Jaivon Heiligh, WR (Coastal Carolina)
- Clarence Hicks, LB (UTSA)
- Delonte Hood, CB (Peru State College)
- Shermari Jones, RB (Coastal Carolina)
- Kwamie Lassiter II, WR (Kansas)
- Desmond Noel, OG (Florida Atlantic)
- Kendric Pryor, WR (Wisconsin)
- Bookie Radley-Hiles, S (Washington)
- Justin Rigg, TE (Kentucky)
- Jack Sorenson, WR (Miami University)
- Tarigious Tisdale, DL (Ole Miss)
- Carson Wells, LB (Colorado)
Continuing their focus on addressing the offensive line, Cincinnati brought in some potential depth pieces who will have an opportunity to earn playing time for the reigning conference champions.
Brown started for three seasons after redshirting his first for the Rebels, moving from right guard to center in his last collegiate season. Cochran transferred to the Yellow Jackets after four years at Vanderbilt. Even as a newcomer, the blindside tackle was selected as Georgia Tech’s weekly-Captain for five of the team’s twelve games. Noel joined the Owls after a stint at Fort Scott Community College. He started for three years on the Owls’ offensive line, taking advantage of the extra year of eligibility provided by COVID-19.
The Bengals also added some potential contributors at receiver. Heiligh was two-yards away in 2020 from posting consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons while catching a combined 17 touchdowns in his last two years with the Chanticleers. Lassiter II improved every year for the Jayhawks, averaging 11.1 yards per reception in his redshirt senior season. Pryor provides some versatility, displaying some rushing ability for the Badgers throughout his college career in addition to his duties as a receiver. Sorenson had an impressive freshman year for the RedHawks before going relatively quiet over the next two seasons. He came back with a vengeance in his final college season, exploding for 1,406 yards and 10 touchdowns.