The Cincinnati Bengals signed four of their 11 draft picks, the team announced Friday.
Cincinnati signed a pair of fifth-round selections in defensive back Davontae Harris of Illinois State and defensive tackle Andrew Brown of Virginia, as well as seventh-rounders Logan Woodside and Rod Taylor.
Harris appeared in 49 games at Illinois State and recorded four interceptions, 38 passes defensed, three sacks and 10 tackles for losses. The Redbirds reached the FCS playoffs in three of his four seasons.
Brown posted three sacks and 10.5 tackles for losses as a senior last season for the Cavaliers. He finished his career with 10.5 sacks and 26.5 tackles for losses in 41 games.
Woodside was 29-9 as a three-year starter at quarterback for Toledo. He established school records in passing yards (10,514), passing TDs (93) and 300-yard passing games (17).
Taylor, an offensive lineman, played in 44 games at Mississippi. He started 19 games at both tackle spots and made four starts at right guard.
Cincinnati also announced the signing of 15 undrafted free agents Friday in advance of this weekend’s rookie minicamp.