Cincinnati Bearcats target and 2025 3-star wide receiver Giyahni Kontosis received an offer from Scott Satterfield’s staff on Monday afternoon!
Kontosis is the 13th ranked 2025 prospect from Maryland and has received interest from Maryland, Oregon, Pittsburgh, West Virginia and others.
Make sure to stay up to date with the most recent recruiting rumors and updates as Satterfield’s staff continues to build the upcoming class and beyond.
Other 2025 recruits that earned offers are 4-star cornerback Shamari Earls, 3-star offensive tackle Cam Clark and 3-star athlete Tristan Norman.
Cincinnati Football: 2025 3-star wide receiver Giyahni Kontosis receives offer from the Bearcats
- Trey McNutt (2025 4-star ATH)
- Shamari Earls (2025 4-star CB)
- Tariq Hayer (2025 4-star CB)
- Giyahni Kontosis (2025 3-star WR)
- Tristan Norman (2025 3-star ATH)
- Cam Clark (2025 3-star OT)
A handful of 2025 recruits earned offers from the Bearcats in recent days including 4-star defensive back Tariq Hayer and 4-star athlete Trey McNutt.
Hayer is the highest ranked 2025 prospect from Washington DC and being recruited by Maryland, Notre Dame, Penn State, Tennessee and others.
McNutt is currently the top ranked 2025 recruit out of Ohio with offers from several programs including Georgia, Michigan, Notre Dame and Ohio State.
Take a look at our pregame coverage as the Bearcats prepare to take on Big 12 opponent the Iowa State Cyclones on Saturday afternoon at Nippert Stadium!
Cincinnati Football: 2025 4-star cornerback Shamari Earls earns offer from the Bearcats
As the program continues to target talented recruits, Virginia native and 2025 4-star cornerback Shamari Earls earned an offer from the Bearcats this week!
Earls is currently the 4th highest rated prospect from Virginia and 11th ranked cornerback in the country from the 2025 class per 247 Sports.
There are several notable schools recruiting Earls along with the Bearcats including North Carolina, Penn State, Virginia Tech, West Virginia and more.
With a chance to snap a three-game losing streak, Cincinnati needs to find an offensive rhythm early and contain Iowa State’s improved offensive attack.