Cincinnati native and Bearcats junior running back Corey Kiner could be on the verge of a breakout campaign as the regular season nears!
Following a transfer to his hometown school a year ago, Kiner racked up 362 rushing yards and five touchdowns on 81 carries last season.
Kiner is expected to split snaps with Ryan Montgomery and Myles Montgomery but he should have a chance to earn more carries this year.
The Roger Bacon High School product displayed impressive potential with a career-best 106 rushing yards during a 31-21 win at Tulsa.
Cincinnati Football: Bearcats running back Corey Kiner could be on the verge of a breakout season
Bearcats training camp got underway this week with an annual trip to Higher Ground and the regular season opener on the horizon.
Cincinnati is gearing up for an intense training camp as they head to the renowned Higher Ground Conference and Retreat Center in Indiana.
Scott Satterfield’s coaching staff is committed to maximizing the time at Higher Ground, pushing the team to reach their potential.
The yearly trip to the Higher Ground facilities allows the program to practice and prepare for the regular season in a secluded atmosphere.
Cincinnati Football: Breaking down the Bearcats most impactful players heading into the Big 12
Each day leading up to the regular season opener next month, we’re going to publish a profile for one of the Bearcats notable players!
Make sure to stay tuned for more player profiles throughout the month as Cincinnati continues to approach the upcoming campaign.
The next player profiles will be centered around senior hybrid defensive back Deshawn Pace and senior wide receiver Xzavier Henderson.
With less than a month until the regular season kicks off against Eastern Kentucky, the Bearcats began training camp this week.