A trio of recent transfers should make an impact next season including Cincinnati wide receiver Xzavier Henderson, defensive end Kyree Moyston and safety George Udo.
Even though he isn’t projected to be a starter next year, Udo will bring versatility to the Bearcats secondary with plenty of experience playing safety and nickel.
Following his freshman season at Virginia Tech, Moyston entered the transfer portal in April and committed to Charlotte before flipping to Cincinnati last week.
Henderson compiled 73 catches for 835 receiving yards and five touchdowns in 35 games at Florida, including a team-best 410 yards and 38 receptions in 2022.
Cincinnati Football: A trio of recent transfers should make a significant impact next season
Moyston is expected to have three years of eligibility remaining and will look to add depth to the defensive line alongside Utah State transfer edge rusher Daniel Grzesiak.
Stay tuned for the latest recruiting rumors as Scott Satterfield’s coaching staff continues to rebuild the roster with several recent transfer additions.
Udo totaled 44 tackles and three sacks throughout his career with the Cougars, including a season-high three tackles during a win over Baylor in September.
Cincinnati Football: Florida transfer wide receiver Xzavier Henderson commits to the Bearcats
Coming off an impressive junior campaign, former Florida wide receiver Xzavier Henderson revealed his transfer commitment to Cincinnati last week!
It should be a significant boost to the Bearcats revamped wide receiver room as Henderson adds experience and speed alongside a handful of fellow transfers.
The Miami product was a 4-star coming out of high school according to 247 Sports, with offers from Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, LSU, Florida State and Miami.