Penn offensive line transfer and former Colorado State commit Trevor Radosevich flipped to the Bearcats yesterday! Radosevich earned All-Ivy League honors twice and was a captain at Penn.
After a recent home visit with Colorado State head coach Jay Norvell, Radosevich committed to the Rams last week before announcing his decision to flip to Cincinnati on Monday afternoon.
Radosevich entered the portal in late November following his fourth year at Penn and received offers from Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Colorado State, Middle Tennessee State and Toledo.
Bearcats head coach Scott Satterfield brought offensive line coach Nic Cardwell from Louisville and the move has paid off early with two transfer portal additions on the offensive line.
Cincinnati Football: Bearcats land Penn offensive line transfer Trevor Radosevich
The 6’4, 290-pound interior offensive lineman should look to bring more stability to the Bearcats offensive line next season alongside Louisville transfer offensive guard Luke Kandra.
Radosevich appeared in all 10 games in 2019 and started 30 consecutive games during his career, helping the Quakers average 26.6 points and 251.5 passing yards per game this season.
Satterfield and the revamped staff will continue to target transfers as the offseason continues. Radosevich broke down his commitment and mentioned the upcoming Big 12 move on Twitter.
"“I would like to start by thanking all the coaches at CSU for providing me an opportunity to play as a Ram. However I have decided to decommit from CSU and accept the opportunity to play for the University of Cincinnati in their inaugural year in the Big 12.”"