Offensive Line Career
A fourth-round pick of the Bengals in 2022, Volson looks to carry his success at the collegiate level to the NFL, where he joins a revamped Cincinnati offensive line ... Spent six years (2016-21) at North Dakota State, including a redshirt season in '16 ... Used as a Swiss Army Knife at NDSU, playing all four G and OT positions throughout his career ... Will have opportunity to compete for a spot at multiple places on the o-line, according to Bengals coaches ... A three-time FCS All-American and four-time FCS national champion (2017, '18, '19, '21).
From Small Town To Downtown, Bengals Rookie Cordell Volson Finds A Fit
When Bengals head coach Zac Taylor called up the rookies at the end of Friday's minicamp, the group doubled the size of Cordell Volson's graduating high school class.
But the small-school player with the biggest of dreams fit right in as he got in his first NFL work in downtown Cincinnati.
After Grabbing AFC Title, Bengals Let Draft Board Come To Them Fast And Furious
If last year was the BMG (Big Man's Game) Draft, then what transpired this weekend at Paul Brown Stadium is the Fast and Furious Draft. As in speed and defense rules The Jungle. After grabbing the AFC title, the Bengals could let the draft board come to them.
Media Reactions to Bengals' Selections in the 2022 NFL Draft
Hill ranks high across pundits with his versatility and stats. Taylor-Britt is highlighted for Bengals-like qualities. Carter to bring high value. Volson praised for "glass eater" qualities. Check out some of the NFL Draft Grades here.
Bengals Get A "Train-Mover" In Volson As Offensive Line Gets On Track
Bengals position coach Frank Pollack's pursuit of "glass-eaters," became well known during last month's free agency when they signed three starters across the right side of his offensive line. On Saturday during the fourth round of the NFL Draft he added a "train-mover," to the mix when the Bengals took North Dakota State tackle Cordell Volson at No. 136 and promptly made him a guard.
Bengals go O-line in Fourth with Cordell Volson
After watching a raft of tight ends, some offensive linemen and even a punter and a kicker get selected before them in Saturday's fourth round, the Bengals went offense for the first time in the NFL Draft when they selected North Dakota State tackle Cordell Volson with the 136th pick and projected him to play guard.