Farad Cobb
Farad  Cobb


West Palm Beach, Fla.

High School:
Northwest Fla. St. College

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 170





KOCH: Cobb Making the Most of his UC Opportunity

Senior guard leads The American in three-point shooting percentage


Cobb Named to League Honor Roll

Cobb averaged 15.5 points with seven three-pointers last week


Bearcats Hold off VCU on the Road

Virginia native Troy Caupain finished with 15 points and four assists.


Second-Half Scoring Leads Bearcats Past Norfolk State

Cobb and Clark combine for 27 points in the second half.


Cobb Earns Weekly Honor Roll Accolades from League

Cobb averaged 20.0 points and was 10 of 17 from beyond the arc


Cincinnati Vs. USF

The Bearcats take on USF, on February 4, 2016.


Cincinnati 58, UConn 57

Photos from Cincinnati @ UConn on January 28, 2016.


Cincinnati 76, Memphis 72

The University of Cincinnati defeated Memphis 76-72 inside Fifth Third Arena (Jan. 21, 2015)


Cincinnati 70, Houston 59

Cincinnati 70, Houston 59 January 13, 2016


Cincinnati 54, South Florida 51

The Bearcats defeat South Florida, on January 10, 2016.

2014-15 Game-by-Game Stats


2014-15 (Junior): Started nine of 34 games played, averaging 8.5 points, 2.5 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 1.0 steals in 24.1 minutes ... finished with a team-high 53 three-pointers and was the squad's third-leading scorer while ranking among The American's leaders in three-pointers made (13th at 1.6) for the season and steals (tied for ninth at 1.3), three-point shooting percentage (12th at .370) and three-pointers made (tied for 12th at 1.7) during league action ... named The American's Player of the Week (3/9) and was tabbed to The American's Weekly Honor Roll twice (1/5 and 2/9) ... led the Bearcats in scoring during March, averaging 12.2 points while shooting 44.7 percent (21 of 47) from the field and 90.9 percent (10 of 11) from the foul line ... started the last eight games of the season ... scored in double figures in eight of UC's final 14 games of the season, while leading the team in scoring (10.9 points), three-pointers made (25), steals (16) and free-throw percentage (.833 [20 of 24]) ... shot 79.2 percent (38 of 48) from the free-throw line during the season ... tallied a season-high 24 points on 8-of-14 from the field with a season-high six three-pointers against Morehead State (11/19) ... netted 22 points on 9-of-14 from the field with four three-pointers at Tulsa (3/4) ... had 18 points with four three-pointers against SMU (1/3) in Cincinnati and 14 points with a pair of threes at No. 23 SMU (2/5) in Dallas ... poured in 16 points with a pair of threes and 6-of-6 shooting from the free-throw line against Memphis (3/8) ... posted a team-high 14 points with a pair of threes in a season-high 36 minutes in UC's overtime win against Purdue (3/19) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... led UC in points seven times and scored in double figures 11 times ... scored in 32 of UC's 34 games.

Prior to Cincinnati: Averaged a team-best 15.1 points, 4.4 rebounds and 3.4 assists while shooting 51.1 percent from the field and 46.3 percent from three-point range as a sophomore during the 2013-14 season at Northwest Florida State College in Niceville, Florida ... averaged 5.7 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists with eight starts in 26 games as a freshman at Chattanooga during the 2012-13 campaign ... tabbed a Top-40 point guard in the Class of 2012 by ESPN.com ... named the Class A Player of the Year and an All-State performer as a junior attending Summit Christian School ... selected as the 2011 and 2012 Palm Beach Post Player of the Year and the 2012 Fort Lauderdale Player of the Year ... ranked as the No. 1 point guard in Florida by ESPN.com while averaging 27.8 points, 6.7 assists and 5.8 rebounds as a senior ... led the Fighting Saints to a 107-16 record for his career, winning the Class A State Championship as a junior while claiming tournament most valuable player honors.

Personal: Born April 5, 1993 in West Palm Beach, Florida ... son of Rita and Willie Cobb ... right-handed ... first name is pronounced “fah-ROD.”