Bengals 2022 UDFAs: Who will stay and who will go?
Kendric Pryor, WR (Wisconsin)
Of all of the UDFA wide receivers on the roster, Kendric Pryor excites me the least. His stats at Wisconsin don’t pop off the page like Heiligh does and he doesn’t seem as versatile as Lassiter.
Brendan Radley-Hiles, DB (Washington)
The Bengals might have put a strong emphasis on their secondary in the draft and Brendan Radley-Hiles is a name to watch in the preseason who could find his way onto the roster. He is able to play both safety and corner, which should make him a favorite of Lou Anarumo’s.
Prediction: Makes 53-man roster
Justin Rigg, TE (Kentucky)
It was a bit of a disappointment when Cincinnati opted not to draft a tight end but they obviously felt content with Hayden Hurst and Drew Sample as the two main options. Justin Rigg’s main competition this summer will be Mitchell Wilcox and Thaddeus Moss. Wilcox has been great on special teams and Moss has connections to Joe Burrow.