Who got drafted from NDSU?

LAS VEGAS (KFYR) – North Dakota State offensive lineman Cordell Volson was drafted 136th overall by the Cincinnati Bengals on day three of the 2022 NFL Draft. Volson, a 6′7″ offensive tackle from Balfour, North Dakota, was an integral part of NDSU’s success over the past several years.

How many NDSU players got drafted?

The 2022 NFL draft has concluded, with 20 former FCS players earning selections. Here’s a breakdown of who got picked….20 FCS players selected in the 2022 NFL draft.

Player Cordell Volson
Position OL
School North Dakota State
Round (Pick) 4 (31)
Overall Pick 136

What NFL player went to North Dakota State?

The Cincinnati Bengals have selected North Dakota State offensive tackle Cordell Volson with the 136th overall pick of the 2022 NFL Draft.

Did any FCS players get drafted?

This year’s NFL Draft was good to FCS players and it was overdue after Covid made it difficult for guys to receive recognition with shortened/canceled seasons. The numbers show it. In 2020 and 2021 combined there were only 19 FCS players drafted.

How many players from NDSU are in the NFL?

NDSU has more active NFL players than any other Division I FCS program, with 12 former Bison appearing on NFL rosters this season.

Where did Carson Wentz go to college?

North Dakota State UniversityCarson Wentz / College (2011–2015)

Where did Carson Wentz go to college? Carson Wentz, a native of Bismarck, North Dakota, attended North Dakota State. Per Detroit Free Press, Wentz signed with North Dakota State over an offer from Central Michigan.

How many Bison players are in the NFL?

Has any d2 player been drafted?

253 overall. The Washburn offensive lineman out of Peoria, Ariz. was the second Division II player drafted in the 2020 NFL draft. Picked up by the Minnesota Vikings as the 253rd overall pick in the seventh round, Hinton will look to be a formidable addition to the Vikings’ offensive line.

Did any HBCU players get drafted 2022 NFL?

Four HBCU players drafted in 2022 NFL Draft, a year removed from none being selected. This is an improvement from the last two years where only one HBCU player has been selected.