Who are the undrafted free agents coming to Cincinnati Bengals rookie camp?

ORLANDO, FL - NOVEMBER 24: Quinton Flowers #9 of the South Florida Bulls throws the ball during the second half against the UCF Knights at Spectrum Stadium on November 24, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. UCF Knights defeated South Florida Bulls 49-42. (Photo by Logan Bowles/Getty Images)

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ORLANDO, FL - NOVEMBER 24: Quinton Flowers #9 of the South Florida Bulls throws the ball during the second half against the UCF Knights at Spectrum Stadium on November 24, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. UCF Knights defeated South Florida Bulls 49-42. (Photo by Logan Bowles/Getty Images)

The Cincinnati Bengals will not officially announce this year’s crop of undrafted free agent signings until May 10, when the players report for rookie minicamp.

But confirmations via players, coaches, agents and media reports gives us a glimpse at what players have agreed to deals with the Bengals.

The team had 12 openings when the draft ended Saturday night, and they cleared space for two more when they waived linebackers Carl Bradford and Connor Harris on Monday.

There are 16 players reported to be heading to Cincinnati, but two or more may be asked to compete in the rookie camp on a tryout basis instead of signing a deal ahead of time.

Here’s a look at the list of undrafted free agents:

Devonte Boyd, WR, UNLV

6-foot-1, 180 pounds

A four-year starter at ULV, Boyd caught 198 passes for 3,242 yards and 18 touchdowns.

Gaelin Elmore, DE, East Carolina

6-foot-5, 275 pounds

Elmore played four seasons at Minnesota before transferring to ECU as a grad student after earning a degree in communications. He had four sacks and 9.5 tackles for loss for the Gophers and 14 tackles in seven games with the Pirates.

Austin Fleer, OT, Colorado Mesa

6-foot-7, 306 pounds

Fleer was a three-year starter at Division II Colorado Mesa and was a second team All-American last year.

Quinton Flowers, QB, South Florida

5-foot-10, 214 pounds

Flowers threw for 3,599 yards and 41 touchdowns in his three seasons as a starter for the Bulls. It will be interesting to see how the Bengals use him, because Flowers had offers from Miami and other big schools to play running back, but he went to USF to continue playing quarterback.

Jordan Franks, TE, Central Florida

6-foot-3, 225 pounds

Franks went to UCF as a linebacker, but he switched to defensive back prior to his sophomore season and then wide receiver after preseason camp. He played tight end his final two seasons and finished his career with 43 catches for 509 yards and two TDs.

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James Graham, DE, Illinois State

5-foot-11, 210 pounds

Graham split time as a running back and defensive end in one of the oddest position combinations in college football.

Mason Hampton, C, Boise State

6-foot-2, 296 pounds

Hampton was second-team All-Mountain West in 2017.

Trayvon Henderson, S, Hawaii

6-foot, 208 pounds

A four-year player and three-year starter at Hawaii, Henderson was projected as a third-day pick but went undrafted. He had nine interceptions, 22 passes defended and five sacks at UH.

Adonis Jennings, WR, Temple

6-foot-2, 200 pounds

A University of Pittsburgh transfer, Jennings was a two-year starter at Temple and caught 42 passes for 742 yards and seven touchdowns last year. He also averaged 28.0 yards on three kick returns.

Junior Joseph, LB, Connecticut

6-foot-1, 242 pounds

Joseph had 91 tackles, including 6.5 for loss, and four sacks last year and was second team All-American Athletic Conference.

Ray Lawry, RB, Old Dominion

5-foot-10, 205 pounds

The 2014 Conference USA Freshman of the Year rushed for 4,080 yards and 45 touchdowns in his career.

Shawn Miller, S, Delaware Valley State

6-foot-3, 220 pounds

Miller was a three-year starter for the Division III Aggies.

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Virnel Moon, WR, Colorado Mesa

5-foot-10, 165 pounds

Moon was a three-year starter at Colorado Mesa, Moon had three kick return touchdowns in 2017 and was the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Special Teams Player of the Year.

Chris Okoye, OT, Ferris State

6-foot-6, 330 pounds

Okoye was a first-team All-Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference member.

Ja’Von Rolland-Jones, LB, Arkansas State

6-foot-1, 253 pounds

An East-West Shrine Game invitee, Rolland-Jones had 43.5 sacks and 64.5 tackles for loss as a four-year stater at Arkansas State.

Chris Worley, LB, Ohio State

6-foot-1, 238 pounds

A two-year starter for the Buckeyes, Worley began as a strong-side linebacker before moving inside to replace Raekown Miller in 2017, when he had five tackles for loss, a sack an a forced fumble.

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