Bengals 2022 UDFAs: Who will stay and who will go?

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Bengals UDFAs

Ben Brown, OL (Ole Miss)

One of fans’ favorite UDFAs is Ben Brown out of Ole Miss. The biggest thing the Rebel offensive lineman has to offer the Bengals is versatility and that’s something that will help him stick with the team.

Brown played both guard and center during his time in Oxford and assuming he plays decently, he should be able to find his way onto the 53-man roster.

Prediction: Makes 53-man roster

Devin Cochran, OT (Georgia Tech)

Offensive linemen will have to put together a special performance this summer in order to make the team as the starting unit is pretty much intact. Devin Cochran played left tackle at Georgia Tech this past season so he could be a depth piece behind Jonah Williams.

It’s more likely, however, that he’s on the outside looking in.

Prediction: Released

Allan George, CB (Vanderbilt)

The Bengals put a strong emphasis on the secondary in the 2022 NFL Draft and added another in undrafted free agency named Allan George. Vanderbilt’s not exactly a powerhouse but George was a respectable player during his time there, notching 45 tackles and two passes defended in 2021.

Even with that being the case, he’ll have quite a bit of competition to make the roster.

Prediction: Released