Oct 7, 2014, 8:00am EDT
October 29, 2014
Player Preview: Ge'Lawn Guyn
After three years in the Cincinnati program, Ge'Lawn Guyn's been a part of quite a few wins. His toughness on the court seems like a direct extension of his head coach.
October 27, 2014
Player Profile: Shaquille Thomas
On arguably the most talented roster of the Cronin era, Shaquille Thomas is arguably the player possessing the most individual talent. On a team where guessing the starting lineup seems like a crapshoot, Thomas is probably the most likely starter.
October 23, 2014
Player Profile: Troy Caupain
The key to whether the Bearcats offense is markedly different this year may lie with the young point guard from Virginia. Will it be the fabled sophomore jump or slump this year for Troy Caupain?
October 22, 2014
Player Profile: Kevin Johnson
It is time for Kevin Johnson to get off the bench and make a name for himself. As a freshman, he understandably played second fiddle to All-American Sean Kilpatrick. With Kilpatrick moving on to play professional basketball, the door is wide open for Johnson. Interestingly, SK will be sporting Johnson's Bearcat number (25) at Golden State. So, that's something.
October 21, 2014
Player Profile: Octavius Ellis
Sure, you remember things about Ellis' previous stint with the Bearcats. But probably not the things he'd want you to remember - which is why he's determined to make the most out of his recent opportunity.
October 20, 2014
Player Profile: Coreontae DeBerry
Coreontae DeBerry is one of many Junior College transfers on the Bearcat's roster. He has been working his way up; spending his Freshman year with Mott College (MI), Sophomore season with junior college power Hutchinson College, and finally coming to Cincinnati for his Junior year. So, what can we expect from the three-star prospect?
October 16, 2014
Player Profile: Farad Cobb
The junior college transfer is itching to prove himself against tougher competition this fall. What can we expect from the 6 foot guard as the Bearcats take the floor this year?
October 11, 2014
Player Profile: Jamaree Strickland
In a team with experience focused at the guard positions, the bigs offer something else - being big. Octavius Ellis is 6'10", 230; Coreontary is 6'10", 270, Quadri Moore is 6'8", 230, and Gary Clark is 6'7", 215. Along with all of that beef there is Jamaree Strickland at a massive 6'10'', 270 pounds. If Tommy T. doesn't steal him and put him on the defensive line (complete joke), Strickland may see a fair share of playing time this year.
October 10, 2014
Player Profile: Deshaun Morman
High motor? Check. Defensive-minded? Again, check. Deshaun Morman might have won the key to Mick Cronin's heart before he ever stepped on campus at the University of Cincinnati.
October 9, 2014
Player Profile: Gary Clark
With all the college basketball preseason polls and media coverage starting to unfold, one thing seems consistent in regards to Cincinnati basketball; uncertainty. Who will play? Where will scoring come from? How good is this team? What/who is the future of the program? In a team surrounded by questions, many are looking to Gary Clark to provide some answers.
October 8, 2014
Player Profile: Quadri Moore
One of seven newcomers for Mick Cronin and company this year, what can we expect out of the big man this season?
October 7, 2014
Basketball Profiles: Coming Soon
A "second" round exit in the NCAA Tournament last year. Will the Bearcats build on that success or get stuck in rebuild-mode this year?