Bearcat Insider spoke with each of them after their visit to get their
6'1 – 190 lbs.
In Brian Kelly's offensive attack the need for a powerful running back is a must. Not only must the running back have the power to run between the tackles, he must also be strong enough to take on rushers to help protect the quarterback while still being able to be a release valve when needed. Michael Shaw fits that mold and the Bearcats have shown major interest in Shaw over the past several weeks. Bearcat Insider has this special video interview with the Trotwood-Madison running back.
Tight End / Wide Receiver
6'6 – 245 lbs.
Brandon Moore is not your average tight-end prospect in the Class of
2007. A hybrid flex tight-end,
BM: I saw a very intense practice and a practice I could see myself
taking part in. I really like the
facilities and like
BCI: You have family ties at
BM: Yes, I've got a brother who goes here and runs track and he'd love for me to come here. He runs the 400 hurdles here and I've also got a cousin going here and both have told me they'd like to see me go here.
BCI: You've got a lot of programs looking at you, who are the one's that have caught your eye?
BCI: What do you feel is the strength of your game and the area you need to work on?
BM: I've got real good receiving skills at my position and very good speed. I need to work on my blocking because I've not really been a tight end until last year.