Cincinnati Football: Bearcats lose multiple players to transfer portal in recent days

Cincinnati Bearcats face rival West Virginia at Milan Puskar Stadium.
Cincinnati Bearcats face rival West Virginia at Milan Puskar Stadium. /
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After the regular season came to a close last week, there have been double digit Cincinnati Bearcats players enter the transfer portal in recent days.

Check out the full list of Bearcats that are going to transfer including running back Myles Montgomery, plus safety duo Deshawn Pace and Bryon Threats.

Others that opted to transfer are cornerback Sammy Anderson, tight end Chamon Metayer, wide receiver Donovan Ollie and defensive lineman Justin Wodtly.

Stay tuned for the most recent transfer rumors and updates as Scott Satterfield’s coaching staff hopes to put together an impressive 2024 transfer haul!

Cincinnati Football: Bearcats lose multiple players to transfer portal in recent days

  • Cornerback Sammy Anderson
  • Cornerback Justin Harris
  • Defensive back Isiah Cox
  • Defensive back Bryon Threats
  • Defensive back George Udo
  • Defensive back Deshawn Pace
  • Defensive end Justin Wodtly
  • Linebacker Jah-Mal Williams
  • Linebacker James Camden
  • Offensive lineman Cam Jones
  • Offensive lineman Luke Dalton
  • Running back Myles Montgomery
  • Running back Shaun Thomas
  • Running back Stephan Byrd
  • Tight end Chamon Metayer
  • Wide receiver Donovan Ollie
  • Wide receiver Ty Perkins

Anderson went down with a season-ending injury in the opener and missed his entire junior year, despite claiming he was able to play in a social media post.

Montgomery was third on the Bearcats with 428 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 66 carries, highlighted by a 63-yard score at Oklahoma State.

Pace posted a team-high 80 tackles, 11 tackles for loss and one interception this year, while playing a hybrid safety position for the first time in his career.

Wodtly was a major part of the defensive front with 31 tackles and three sacks in his sophomore year in 2022 before having a diminished role this season.

Cincinnati Football: Chamon Metayer enters portal following sophomore season

Cincinnati tight end Chamon Metayer is reportedly expected to enter the transfer portal following an outstanding sophomore campaign this season.

Even though it resulted in a disappointing outcome, Metayer showcased his ability with a career-best 59 receiving yards and two touchdowns against BYU.

Metayer was a 3-star prospect out of North Miami High School before signing with the Bearcats over Miami, Kentucky and West Virginia per 247 Sports.

The first player to reveal his decision to enter the portal was Metayer, who finished the season with 258 yards and a team-high five touchdown catches.

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