Cincinnati Football: Daniel Grzesiak reflects on the Bearcats recent training camp trip

Cincinnati Bearcats senior linebacker Joel Dublanko against the Tulsa Golden Hurricane at Nippert Stadium.
Cincinnati Bearcats senior linebacker Joel Dublanko against the Tulsa Golden Hurricane at Nippert Stadium. /
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After joining the program in early January, Cincinnati Bearcats senior linebacker Daniel Grzesiak reflected on Camp Higher Ground!

Grzesiak is set to have a significant role on the Bearcats defense as he continues to prepare for his only season with the program.

The Los Angeles product began his career at Nevada and transferred to Utah State last season before moving to Cincinnati this year.

With just a couple weeks until the regular season opener against Eastern Kentucky, the Bearcats kicked off training camp this month.

Cincinnati Football: Bearcats transfer linebacker Daniel Grzesiak set to have a significant role

Despite losing a lot of production from the defense, Cincinnati is expected to lean on veteran linebackers Jack Dingle and Dorian Jones.

Grzesiak was one of the most sought after transfers in the portal after totaling 52 tackles and 8.5 sacks in his lone season at Utah State.

Other linebackers that are set to make an impact on the defensive front alongside Grzesiak include Dion Hunter, Jah-Mal Williams and more.

The former Utah State edge rusher committed to the Bearcats over offers from Houston, Kansas, Indiana, Missouri and West Virginia.

Cincinnati Football: Daniel Grzesiak reflects on the Bearcats recent training camp trip

During a recent interview with Bearcats Associate Athletic Director Zach Stipe, Grzesiak discussed the training camp trip via Cincinnati Athletics.

"“My experience has been great to this point. I have never experienced anything like this before for fall camp. It is really all football and brotherhood bonding out here. I love it. Some advice I have received from other players has been to get a good routine out here. We all have to come together and this time out here will play a big role in that. The camaraderie as brothers means a lot on the field. I feel like when you play for your teammates, it means a lot more. I just want to win. That is why I am here. I want to win with my brothers and for the fan base. I also have a lot of personal goals. I want to put together another productive season and everyone I line up against, I want to win every single rep.”"

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