Bengals sign five more draft picks; seven of 11 now signed
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - The Bengals on Monday announced they signed five more 2017 draft picks, making it seven of the 11 who are now signed.
The five who signed on Monday join first-round pick John Ross and the team's first fourth-round pick Carl Lawson as being signed and they are:
- T Ryan Glasgow (fourth round; Michigan): The third of three Bengals fourth-round picks, Glasgow was a three-year letterman who played in 45 career games for the Wolverines, with 33 starts. His career totals include 91 tackles, 18.5 tackles for losses, five sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. He was named an All-Big Ten second team player by coaches and media in 2016, after earning All-Big Ten honorable mention in 2015.
- K Jake Elliott (fifth round; Memphis): The first of two Bengals fifth-round picks, Elliott finished a decorated collegiate career with 445 points (81 field goals and 202 extra points), a school record and top-10 all-time in FBS history among kickers. He also holds school records in extra points made (202), extra points attempted (202), field goals made (81), field goals attempted (104) and career field percentage (77.9; 81 of 104).
- LB Jordan Evans (sixth round; Oklahoma): The second of two Bengals fifth-round picks, Evans led the Sooners in tackles last season with 98, including 2.5 sacks, and he also recorded four interceptions. He finished his four-year career at Oklahoma tied for second in school history among linebackers in pass break-ups (16). He was named an All-Big 12 first-team player by both Associated Press and league coaches in 2016, and he was named All-Big 12 Second Team by league coaches in 2015.
- S Brandon Wilson (sixth round, Houston): The first of two Bengals sixth-round picks, Wilson finished his Cougars career with 139 tackles, two interceptions, four forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. In addition to playing defense, Wilson also saw action at running back and as a return specialist. He totaled eight touchdowns in six different ways throughout his Houston career (two rushing, two kick returns, a fumble return, an interception return, a blocked field return and a missed field return).
- TE Mason Schreck (seven round; Buffalo): Schreck finished his collegiate career with with 108 receptions for 1120 yards and six TDs. The majority of those statistics were recorded in his senior season, when he had 59 catches for 651 yards and four TDs en route to earning All-MAC Second Team honors as voted by conference coaches. As a senior, he had 10 more catches than his first three seasons combined, and his 651 receiving yards were the most ever by a tight end in school history.
Four draftees still are unsigned: HB Joe Mixon (second round; Oklahoma), DE Jordan Willis (third round; Kansas State), WR Josh Malone (fourth round; Tennessee) and C/G J.J. Dielman (fifth round; Utah).