Bengals WR depth chart predictions after 2022 NFL Draft

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Fourth-Stringers: Kendric Pryor, Jack Sorenson, Kwamie Lassiter II

The Bengals added four wide receivers through undrafted free agency. I already discussed Jaivon Heiligh out of Coastal Carolina but these three guys wrap up the list of receivers on the roster.

Kendric Pryor played at Wisconsin and his numbers certainly don’t pop off the page. He only had 416 yards and three touchdowns last season through 12 games and both of those were career-highs for him. He’s probably a long shot to make the roster.

Jack Sorenson played in the state of Ohio, attending Miami and putting up crazy numbers this past season. The Redhawk finished the 2021 season with 1,406 yards and 10 touchdowns through 13 games, averaging 18.5 yards per catch. It’s a different world in the MAC but good numbers are good numbers.

Kwamie Lassiter is another Kansas Jayhawk joining the Bengals (Pooka Williams and Hakeem Adeniji being the other two) and he’s someone to keep a watchful eye on this summer. Lassiter never had any good quarterbacks while in Lawrence but he still made the most of his opportunities. This past year, he hauled in 59 catches for 653 yards and three scores.

These three players have a tough battle to get onto the 53-man roster but crazier things have happened.

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What do you think the WR depth chart will look like for the Bengals?