After the transfer portal window opened this week, Ohio State transfer safety Cameron Martinez was contacted by the Cincinnati Bearcats coaching staff!
Martinez put up 23 tackles and one interception in his freshman campaign with the Buckeyes in 2021 before seeing limited action over the last two years.
There are plenty of programs that have expressed interest in Martinez along with Cincinnati in recent days including Florida, Louisville and West Virginia.
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 target Ohio State transfer safety Cameron Martinez
- Ball State DB Jordan Riley
- Bucknell CB Ethan Robinson
- Duquesne DB Ayden Garnes
- Eastern Michigan DL Mikah Coleman
- Florida Atlantic WR Tony Johnson
- Georgia State WR Robert Lewis
- Indiana QB Brendan Sorsby
- North Texas WR Ja’Mori Maclin
- Ohio State DB Cameron Martinez
- Old Dominion DB Terry Jones
- Purdue DE Khordae Sydnor
- Rhode Island DB Syeed Gibbs
- Vanderbilt LB Ethan Barr
- Wake Forest WR Wesley Grimes
- Wake Forest WR Ke’Shawn Williams
- Western Kentucky DB Upton Stout
- William & Mary LB John Pius
Check out the entire list of transfers that recently received offers from Cincinnati including Western Kentucky defensive back Upton Stout and more!
Other targets for the Bearcats include Purdue edge rusher Khordae Sydnor alongside Wake Forest wide receiver duo Wesley Grimes and Ke’Shawn Williams.
Stout would be a crucial addition to the secondary next year and could reunite with Western Kentucky teammate and Cincinnati tight end Joey Beljan.
Williams racked up 38 receptions for 383 receiving yards and one touchdown at Wake Forest this year, and will have at least one season of eligibility left.
Cincinnati Football: Duquesne transfer defensive back Ayden Garnes set to visit
Duquesne transfer sophomore defensive back Ayden Garnes is scheduled to take an official visit with the Bearcats coaching staff in Cincinnati this week!
Garnes was a team captain at Duquesne and took home All-NEC First Team recognition this season, and is expected to have two years of eligibility left.
The Philadelphia product compiled 50 tackles, five tackles for loss and two interceptions in 2023, and should be considered a top priority for Cincinnati.
Several schools are targeting Garnes alongside the Bearcats including Indiana, West Virginia and more as he prepares to take multiple upcoming visits.