Cyril Noland-Lewis, who spent three seasons with Oregon State before transferring to Louisiana Tech prior to the 2016 season, has signed a UDFA deal with the Arizona Cardinals after going undrafted in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Proud to be a part of the Arizona Cardinals organization!— Cyril Noland-Lewis (@C_Noland02) April 30, 2017
Noland-Lewis, who proved himself to be a versatile athlete while at Oregon State, will join one of the NFL’s premier defenses in Arizona. Many Beaver fans will recall that Noland-Lewis began his career at safety in 2013, then moved to linebacker when the Beavers were hit with a rash of injuries in 2014, then moved back to safety for the 2015 season. When Noland-Lewis—who is from Ruston, Louisiana—transferred to Louisiana Tech, he moved from safety to cornerback, where he operated primarily as the nickel corner for the Bulldogs.