Cincinnati Football: Live early signing day tracker for the Bearcats recruiting class

Cincinnati Bearcats wide receiver Tre Tucker celebrates touchdown against Indiana Hoosiers at Nippert Stadium. The Enquirer.
Cincinnati Bearcats wide receiver Tre Tucker celebrates touchdown against Indiana Hoosiers at Nippert Stadium. The Enquirer. /
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Make sure to keep up with Cincinnati’s latest commitments as the early signing period gets going on Wednesday with program-altering recruiting decisions from across the country!

The Bearcats got started early this morning as former Louisville linebacker Dorian Jones officially transferred and will have two years of eligibility left after playing 13 games this season.

Baltimore native and 3-star edge rusher Brian Simms III signed his national letter of intent just moments later. The 6’3, 240-pound prospect originally committed to Cincinnati in October.

In addition to hanging onto several talented commits, the Bearcats new-look coaching staff was able to flip former Louisville commit and 3-star cornerback Rayquan Adkins this morning.

Cincinnati Football: Live early signing day tracker for the Bearcats recruiting class

After decommitting from Louisville earlier this month, Georgia native and 3-star defensive back Jayden Davis confirmed his recent commitment to the Bearcats on Wednesday as well.

In-state product and 3-star linebacker Trevor Carter signed his letter of intent today and is the longest tenured commit in the class after originally committing more than a year ago.

Another recruit that committed last year was 3-star interior offensive lineman Evan Tengesdahl. The Dayton native is a 6’4, 285-pound prospect that is expected join the Bearcats next month.

The top recruit heading to Cincinnati this cycle is Michigan native and 4-star quarterback Brady Drogosh, who remained committed following the recent hire of head coach Scott Satterfield.

Cincinnati Football: What to expect for the Bearcats on early signing day

Ironton product and 3-star wide receiver Ty Perkins committed to the Bearcats in June before signing his letter of intent today. The 6’3, 190-pound receiver will also join the team in January.

Cincinnati native and former Louisville offensive guard Luke Kandra announced his decision to transfer to his hometown school earlier this month and will add depth to the line next season.

Cincinnati wrapped up the day with official commitments from 3-star defensive lineman Kamari Burns, plus 3-star wide receiver and former Nebraska commit Barry Jackson Jr.

Even though the class was damaged by Luke Fickell’s departure, the Bearcats are set to bring in plenty of skilled prospects with long-time commits Carter, Drogosh and Tengesdahl in the mix.

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