Cincinnati Bearcats Football Recruiting
Cincinnati has the highest ranked recruiting class among all Group of Five schools by a very wide margin.
The 2016 class produced several stars and key rotational players who are still set to make an impact in 2019.
Thomas is a four-star recruit who makes the 2020 class one that can rival the vaunted 2018 class.
Scott has lined up all over the field in high school and that will be valuable when he plays for the Bearcats.
The latest commitment for the Bearcats will help bolster the next wave of linebackers.
Bumphis will likely play safety for the Bearcats, but he has also played wide receiver in high school and could potentially help the Bearcats on either side of the ball.
The Bearcats have gotten much better at rushing the passer under Luke Fickell and Sterling Miles will be tasked with pushing that improvement forward.
The Bearcats have made the offensive line a priority in recruiting.
2020 cornerback Angelo Grose committed and the Bearcats’ list of prospects looks even more impressive.
The Bearcats have added some real talent at wide receiver and that might lead to enhanced offensive versatility and production.
It appears that the Bearcats are set at quarterback for the next few years and beyond.
It’s early in the 2020 recruiting cycle, but the Bearcats already have a heralded class, specifically on the offensive line.
Jonathan Allen is a three-star offensive lineman who will help recharge the line.
Tre Tucker was the first wide receiver commitment for the 2019 class. The Bearcats are in need of as much talent as they can get at that post.
A busy weekend on the recruiting trail featured a few players who can defend the pass.
Two-star quarterback Cameron Jones committed yesterday, adding to the beginnings of the Bearcats’ 2019 class.
On National Signing Day, the Bearcats’ already heralded 2018 class only got better.
This is how you recruit.
Dylan OQuinn committed from Western Michigan to come play tight end at Cincinnati.
Ryan Montgomery will team with Gerrid Doaks, Michael Warren and Jaelen Greene for years. Hopefully those will be of the successful variety.
Well that’s too bad.
Its the Bearcats or Penn State for the talented prospect.
Martin a three-star defensive end for the 2018 class.