More preseason action from some graduated Bearcats who took their talents to the NFL:
Armon Binns: Didn’t record a catch but was targeted twice and seemed to run with the 1′s as a 4th receiver. Seems the Bengals are really liking the former Bearcat star.
Vidal Hazelton: After being a ghost in the first game he showed up and caught two passes for 9 yards.
Kevin Huber: Another workman-like performance booting four punts for an average of 48.3 yards.
John Hughes: Notched a tackle for loss against the Green Bay Packers.
D.J. Woods: Hauled in a pass for 33 yards against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, which was good for the most receiving yards of any Titan on Friday night. Also returned a punt for 15 yards.
Haruki Nakamura: Two tackles against the Miami Dolphins
Brandon Underwood: Two tackles and knocked away a pass against the Arizona Cardinals.
J.K. Schaffer: Again finished near the top of the list in tackles for Jacksonville with four tackles against the New Orleans Saints, one of which was behind the line of scrimmage.
Derek Wolfe: No sacks this time but notched 4 tackles against the Seattle Seahawks.
Connor Barwin: Two tackles and a half-sack against the 49ers.
Isaiah Pead: He perhaps had the worst night statistically of any runningback all preseason, rushing six times for -5 yards and catching two passes for -3 yards. Yikes. But he did cross the goal line for the first time in his NFL career and got some time at punt returner.
Adrien Robinson: Has yet to catch a pass in a NFL game but was targeted once when the Giants hooked up with the Jets.
Trent Cole: Playing his first game of the preseason Cole was solid recording three tackles.
Mardy Gilyard: The former Bearcat continues to be the epitome of consistency as he caught two passes for 28 yards good for third most for the Eagles.
Brent Celek: Caught one pass for 13 yards.