Filed under: Stream Cincinnati Bearcats Football Top 10 Bearcats Contributors: Matt Opper and Dom Lewis Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: Top 10 Bearcats Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Down the Drive begins the annual post mortumns of the 2013 season by counting down the 10 most important players for the Cincinnati Bearcats. 10 Total Updates Since Jan 20, 2014, 9:00am EST Follow this stream January 29, 2014 Top 10 Bearcats: #1 Brendon Kay By Matt Opper But you already knew that. January 29, 2014 Bearcats Top 10: #2 Nick Temple By Matt Opper The Nap Town native was overlooked for most of the off season by Bearcat fans. But he quickly became a force for the Bearcats by throwing himself around the field with abandon. January 27, 2014 Top 10 Bearcats: #3 Anthony McClung By Matt Opper The senior from Nap town went out in style in 2013 with by far the best season of his career. January 26, 2014 Top 10 Bearcats: #4 Silverberry Mouhon By Dom Lewis Playing at a level commensurate with his name January 26, 2014 Top 10 Bearcats: #5 Deven Drane By Matt Opper Deven Drane capped a great career with another outstanding season in yet another defensive scheme. Drane showed a ton of versatility in Cincinnati, and that will surely be missed in the coming season. January 25, 2014 Top 10 Bearcats: #6 Greg Blair By Matt Opper The departing senior ended his senior season in style with yet another 100 tackle season January 23, 2014 Top 10 Bearcats #7: Zach Edwards By Matt Opper The true freshman was nothing short of phenomenal in 2013 January 22, 2014 Bearcats Top 10: #8 Shaq Washington By Matt Opper Shaq Washington came from nowhere to deliver a phenomenal season for the Bearcats in 2013. And best of all he will be back again in 2014. January 21, 2014 Bearcats Top 10: #9 Chris Moore By Matt Opper The red shirt sophomore from Tampa developed into one of the Bearcat passing games biggest weapons in 2013 January 20, 2014 Top 10 Bearcats: Jordan Stepp #10 By Matt Opper After a slow start to the season the Bearcats defensive line came along nicely in the second half of the season. A big part of that turnaround was the standout play of Jordan Stepp at defensive tackle.