NCAA Football 13: Cincinnati Bearcats Player Ratings Revealed

In today’s Roll Out I mentioned that NCAA Football 13 released their team ratings for each FBS program. Cincinnati clocked in with a three-star prestige and ratings of 89 Overall, 84 Offense, and 87 Defense. The release definitely caught my attention as it does every year. I don’t have a beef with UC’s grades but to be honest, I’m a giant NCAA Football video game nerd. I literally own every game dating back to 2003 (except for 2008, which I sold) and find myself playing it over and over again whenever I have free time. Sure I’ve played the popular MW3 and Battlefield series but I seem to insert the NCAA Football CD into my Xbox console more than the others. In a way, the game is a way to bridge the gap between the long Summer and kickoff in September. While I can’t watch live football for a few months I can still force emulated pixels of those players to batter each other on my TV.

Which reminds me, I owe Solomon Tentman a game.

Anyways, the release of the NCAA Football video game is a solid consolation prize and I was equally elated to learn that the player ratings were revealed. Tradition Sports posted the above YouTube video with them for each school. UC’s ratings are at the 2:45 mark.

But if you don’t feel like watching the video I’ve got you covered. Here are the Bearcats’ player ratings in order of overall score:

  • #26 Drew Frey – 88
  • #32 George Winn – 85
  • #4 Maalik Bomar – 85
  • #34 Pat O’Donnell – 85
  • #66 Sean McClellan – 84
  • #21 Camerron Cheatham – 84
  • #54 Walter Stewart – 84
  • #43 Nick Temple – 84
  • #6 Anthony McClung – 84
  • #1 Kenbrell Thompkins – 83
  • #94 Jordan Stepp – 82
  • #63 Dan Sprague – 82
  • #18 Travis Kelce – 82
  • #76 Austin Bujnoch – 81
  • #11 Deven Drane – 81
  • #13 Patrick Lambert – 81
  • #99 Dan Giordano – 81
  • #58 Brandon Mills – 81
  • #52 Dwight Jackson – 81
  • #22 Jameel Poteat – 80
  • #14 Tony Miliano – 80
  • #77 Sean Hooey – 80
  • #4 Munchie Legaux – 80
  • #80 Alex Chisum – 80
  • #90 Camaron Beard – 79
  • #19 Ralph David Abernathy – 79
  • #71 Eric Lefeld – 79
  • #86 Blake Annen – 79
  • #75 Kevin Schloemer – 77
  • #33 Solomon Tentman – 77
  • #25 Arryn Chenault – 77
  • #20 Chris Williams – 77
  • #8 Jordan Luallen – 75
  • #7 Shaq Washington – 75
  • #55 Roney Lozano – 74
  • #68 Daniel Murray – 74
  • #79 Andre Cureton – 74
  • #31 Isaiah Vaughn – 73
  • #78 Parker Ehinger – 73
  • #92 Silverberry Mouhon – 73

A few observations:

- Isaiah Vaughn is no longer on the team but he will be in NCAA 13.

- EA Sports must know something the Cincinnati coaching staff doesn’t (sarcasm) because Sean McClellan who has little experience and isn’t a starter is the highest rated UC offensive lineman in the game.

- Drew Frey is the highest rated player on the defense and George Winn takes that honor on the offense. I can’t really argue with either of those at this point in time. Who knows if that changes this season.

- Camerron Cheatham and Deven Drane are both listed but Dominique Battle is missing. I wonder if EA Sports isn’t aware that he was granted a medical redshirt last season and will play his senior year in 2012. Actually this is probably the case.

- Two quarterbacks are listed: Munchie Legaux and Jordan Luallen. That makes sense considering other than Zach Collaros, these players got the bulk of the reps from the quarterback position last year and the past season is where EA Sports draws its data. I’d be curious once the game is release if Brendan Kay or Patrick Coyne are listed as the 3rd string.

- Nice to see some youngsters make the NCAA 13 roster such as Daniel Murray, Parker Ehinger, and Silverberry Mouhon.

- Overall, I wouldn’t get to bent out of shape over position inaccuracies. EA Sports does a great job with these games and has a laundry list of data to filter through. It’s only natural for some of that data to be inconsistent.

Topics: Bearcats, Bearcats Football, Cincinnati, Nation

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