Tomorrow is the Cincinnati Bearcats 2015 pro day, the last big chance for the outgoing Bearcats to make an impression with the NFL personnel types.
In a very short period of time the Bearcats have produced a lot of NFL caliber tight ends in a nearly unbroken line stretching back to Brent Celek.
This mock will sound familiar, and it's not just because all the mock drafts are beginning to blur together into one big mess at this point. You actually have heard this one before.
Tight End has become something of a marquee position for the Bearcats. Since 2007 three bearcat TE's have been drafted, including one each in 2012 and 2013. That leaves some big shoes to fill for...
It is a fact that Travis Kelce more than quadrupled his career production during the 2012 season. But that doesn't necessarily mean that TK is a one year wonder. Context matters, and raises a...
TK has always had physical abilities to rival anyone on the Bearcats roster. It has taken him a while, but it looks as though he has finally put the complete package together
Looking at Big East positions, this time we rank the wide receivers and tight ends. We love South Florida, Rutgers, and Louisville. We know nothing about Temple.