Bearcat All-Americans




DANNY BARRETT QB, 1979-82 1982, honorable mention (AP).

BOB BELL DT, 1968-70 1970, second team (Central Press), third team (AP).

JAMES BETTIS RB, 1979-81 1981, honorable mention (AP).

KEN BYERS Tackle, 1959-61 1961, second team (Williamson Ratings).

TONEY CATCHINGS LB, 1985-88 1986, honorable mention (Sporting News).

TRENT COLE DE, 2002-04 2004, third team (CollegeFootballNews.com)

GREG COOK QB, 1966-68 1968, second team (AP, UPI, NEA).

DENO FOSTER WR, 1981-84 1984, honorable mention (AP).

ANTONIO GIBSON  S, 1981-82 1981 honorable mention (AP); 1982 honorable mention (AP).

DICK GOIST HB, 1951-54 1953, honorable mention; 1954, honorable mention.

ALEX GORDON LB, 1983-86 1986, honorable mention (AP, Sporting News).

ALLEN HARVIN TB, 1978-82 1982, honorable mention (AP).

GEORGE JAMISON DE, 1980-83 1983, honorable mention (AP).

KEITH JENKINS DB, Returner 1975-76 1975, honorable mention (Recap).

JIM LEO End, 1957-59 1959, honorable mention (Williamson Ratings).

TOM MARVASO DB, 1973-75 1975, first team (Sporting News), second team (NEA).

DANNY McCOIN QB, 1984-87 1986, honorable mention (AP).

AL NELSON HB, 1962-64 1964 honorable mention (AP).

RAY NOLTING HB, 1933-36 1935, honorable mention.

JIM OBRIEN SE, Kicker, 1967-69 1968, honorable mention (AP); 1969, honorable mention (AP, UPI).

DAN RAINS DE, 1974-77 1977, honorable mention (AP).

GENE ROSSI QB, 1950-52 1951, honorable mention; 1952, honorable mention.

TOM ROSSLEY WR, 1967-68 1968, honorable mention (AP).

JONATHAN RUFFIN Kicker, 1999-02 2000, first team consensus (AP, FWAA, Walter Camp, Sporting News); 2000 Lou Groza Award Winner.

CLARENCE SANDERS LB, 1972-75 1975, first team (AP).

BILL SHALOSKY OL, 1950-52 1952, honorable mention.

JASON STARGEL WR, 1982-85 1986, honorable mention (Sporting News).

ANDREW STEWART DE, 1986-88 1988, honorable mention (AP).

BOB STRATTON HB, 1949-51 1951, honorable mention.

REGGIE TAYLOR TB, 1983-86 1984, honorable mention (AP); 1985, honorable mention (AP); 1986, honorable mention (AP, Sporting News).

MIKE WOODS LB, 1975-77 1977, first team (AP, NEA, Sporting News).