During a recent episode of the Camp Tapes series, Cincinnati Bearcats senior defensive back Deshawn Pace discussed training camp.
Pace developed into a dynamic and versatile defensive player that has been a key part of the Bearcats success throughout his career.
The Colerain High School product will play the hybrid star position this season so he’ll line up at nickel back or weakside linebacker.
With a high level of experience and expertise gained from previous years, Pace is hoping to elevate his production to new heights!
Cincinnati Football: Deshawn Pace continues transition to star position ahead of senior campaign
As the countdown to the regular season continues, Pace seems poised to make his senior year a defining chapter in his Bearcats career.
Despite adjusting to a different position during the offseason, Pace should make a major impact on the new-look defense this year.
Pace racked up a team-high four interceptions and 95 tackles in 2021 before totaling 62 tackles and one interception last season.
Stay tuned for the most recent announcements as Scott Satterfield’s staff continues to prepare for the inaugural Big 12 campaign!
Cincinnati Football: Bearcats senior defensive back Deshawn Pace appears in Camp Tapes
Bryan Brown’s defense is set to start linebackers Jack Dingle and Dorian Jones, with Pace expected to take over as a hybrid defensive back.
In the most recent episode of Camp Tapes, Pace explained what makes training camp at Higher Ground special per Cincinnati Athletics.
"“The impact of Higher Ground is more like bonding and becoming close with people you never thought you would become friends with. You have people from all over the country that’s on our team. This is home and it means everything to me. I put my heart and soul into this team and Cincinnati. I just hope that someday we left this a better place than what we found it.”"