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Name: Gerrid Doaks 
College: Cincinnati     Number: 23
Height: 5-11   Weight: 228
Position: RB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2021

40 Low: 4.52
   40 Time: 4.58
  40 High: 4.64
Projected Round: 7-HPFA  Stock:    

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Height: 5113
Weight: 228

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Dates: 03/31/21
Hand: 09 3/4  Arm: 31
Wingspan: 77 3/4

Height: 5113
Weight: 228
40 Yrd Dash: 4.58
20 Yrd Dash: 2.68
10 Yrd Dash: 1.57
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 19
Vertical Jump: 39 1/2
Broad Jump: 10'00"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.28
3-Cone Drill: 7.21

40 Time Range: 4.57-4.58/Projected 4.64
 

 



 Data Scout Notes: 2020: 1stC...2019: (+) Coming off Sept 2019 Knee INJ

 Gerrid Doaks, Cincinnati, Player News

  12/17/20 - RB Gerrid DoaksSr/2021, Cincinnati, 5-11, 228 (DS#22 RB) + More +

  2020 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): RB Gerrid Doaks, Cincinnati,...Doaks has nine total TDs in 2020 (7 rsh/2 rec), matching his career totals entering 2020. The senior has three 100-yard rushing games, with a career-best 184 yards vs. Houston, SMU (105) and USF (102). His 184 yards against the Cougars was UC's sixth-best, single-game total over the last 20 years and fifth-best yards per carry average (11.5). Overall, Doaks has carried 137 times for 660 yards, seven scores and a 4.8 ypc average. - Cincinnati Football

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  11/07/20 - RB Gerrid DoaksSr/2021, Cincinnati, 5-11, 228 (DS#22 RB) + More +

  Gerrid Doaks believes Cincinnati deserves a shot at the College Football Playoff. He added the Bearcats' resume with a stellar performance Saturday. Doaks rushed for a career-high 184 yards, Desmond Ridder ran for three scores and threw for another, and No. 6 Cincinnati rolled to a 38-10 victory over Houston. "No doubt, why not?" Doaks said when asked about the Bearcats becoming the first team from a non-Power 5 conference to reach the playoff. "Why not get a shot? We put in our work just like other teams do. Our goal is to make a statement every week. Go out there and dominate."

Doaks ran for the most yards by a Bearcats player since Mike Boone's 212 in 2014 against South Florida. It was Doaks' best total since he had 149 on Nov. 4, 2017, at Tulane. Ridder rushed for 103 yards and threw for 162. He has accounted for 13 touchdowns (eight running, five passing) in the past three games. The Bearcats rushed for 342 yards. "It was kind of a monotonous, grinding kind of game," coach Luke Fickell said. "With our ability to do what we did, run the football, it really helped our defense." The Bearcats (6-0, 4-0 American Athletic Conference) extended their school-record home winning streak to 18 games. - AP College Football


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  10/05/20 - RB Gerrid DoaksSr/2021, Cincinnati, 5-11, 228 (DS#22 RB) + More +

  After splitting much of the carries through the first two weeks between Doaks, Alabama transfer Jerome Ford and sophomore Charles McClelland, Cincinnati appeared to have done away with having the running backs share the load and instead let Doaks take the lead in the backfield. Doaks had 102 yards and a score on 22 carries. Ford had nine carries, while McClelland had eight. "During the week, it was kind of hinted in there as the game plan, but when the game time comes, best back's up," Doaks said. "I think (offensive coordinator Mike Denbrock) saw that I was producing more, so he just kind of rolled with me with more reps." Following his 10-yard score in the first quarter, Doaks now has a team-high six touchdowns this season. "We've been saying that we wanted to find a way to get somebody in the groove," Fickell said. "Had the game been a little bit different, I think you would have seen more of him in the fourth quarter." - Cincinnati Enquirer

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  10/05/20 - RB Gerrid DoaksSr/2021, Cincinnati, 5-11, 228 (DS#22 RB) + More +

  OCT 5 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE HONOR ROLL: Gerrid Doaks, Cincinnati, Sr., RB,...Rushed for 102 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries in a 28-7 win against USF. - American Athletic Conference Football

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  10/03/20 - RB Gerrid DoaksSr/2021, Cincinnati, 5-11, 228 (DS#22 RB) + More +

  Gerrid Doaks ran for 102 yards and a touchdown, Tre Tucker returned a kickoff 97 yards for a score and No. 15 Cincinnati had five interceptions in a 28-7 victory over South Florida on Saturday. Doaks had his first 100-yard rushing game since November 2019 when he ran for 123 against UConn. Tucker returned the kickoff late in the third quarter to put Cincinnati ahead 28-7. It was the first kick return TD by a Bearcats player since Ralph David Abernathy IV in the Liberty Bowl against Vanderbilt in December 2011. The game started sloppily with four turnovers, two by each team, in the first 11 snaps.

South Florida used four quarterbacks, with sophmore Jordan McCloud going 12 of 21 for 137 yards with two interceptions. Freshman Katravis Marsh got the start, but he threw three interceptions, including two in his first four attempts. USF tied a school record with the five interceptions. The Bearcats ran for 189 yards, and managing only 69 last week in a win over Army. Doaks who had 89 rushing yards in the first half, capped a 13-play, 92-yard drive with a 10-yard TD run to put Cincinnati ahead 7-0 in the first quarter. - Cincinnati/AP College Football


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  09/21/20 - RB Gerrid DoaksSr/2021, Cincinnati, 5-11, 228 (DS#22 RB) + More +

  SEPT 21 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE HONOR ROLL: Gerrid Doaks, Cincinnati, Jr., RB,...Scored four touchdowns (three rushing, one receiving) and had a team-high 84 all-purpose yards in a 55-20 win against Austin Peay. - American Athletic Conference Football

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  09/19/20 - RB Gerrid DoaksSr/2021, Cincinnati, 5-11, 228 (DS#22 RB) + More +

  No. 13 Cincinnati had to wait a while to kick off its season. Once it got started, the Bearcats found their stride in a hurry. Gerrid Doaks scored four touchdowns, including a career-high three rushing TDs, and Cincinnati beat Austin Peay 55-20 on Saturday in the Bearcats' season opener. "We showed we're not a team to mess around with," Doaks said. Desmond Ridder passed for 196 yards and two TDs for Cincinnati in a game that originally was scheduled for Sept. 3. It was the latest start for a Bearcats season since 1968 when they played at Texas Tech on Sept. 21. "It was like Christmas morning and you're 8 years old," coach Luke Fickell said. "You feel like you have a good opportunity with the guys you've got, and now we got to see how guys would handle things." Cincinnati (1-0) has high hopes for this year after it went 11-3 last season and ranked No. 21 in the final AP poll. It quickly jumped all over the Governors. - Cincinnati/AP College Football

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  09/05/20 - RB Gerrid DoaksSr/2021, Cincinnati, 5-11, 228 (DS#22 RB) + More +

  Heading into the preseason, Boone had already proven he could be UC's leading running back. Warren was one of the best recruits head coach Luke Fickell had ever signed. Doaks was just a lightly-recruited running back who didn't have any college experience. He won the position battle anyway and finished the year as the Bearcats' leading rusher. "When he was a redshirt freshman, we thought (Doaks) was one of our most talented guys on offense," Fickell said. Now a senior, it's Doaks' turn to carry the offense again. For the first time since 2017, Doaks is in position to be UC's starting running back.

As a freshman, Doaks dealt with injuries and lost carries to Boone and Warren over the course of the season. Then Doaks missed his entire sophomore season and watched Warren become one of the best running backs in the American Athletic Conference in 2018 and 2019. Warren, who now plays for the Philadelphia Eagles, said the Bearcats offense is in good hands with Doaks replacing him in the backfield. "He's an every down back, and he's got a lot to prove this year," Warren told The Enquirer. "He dealt with a lot of injuries, but this is the year for him. He'll be in the draft this year too." Warren said he and Doaks are similar running backs. Both are about six-feet tall and 230 pounds, and both are strong enough to level a linebacker. But Warren has done something Doaks hasn't - carry the offense from the running back position. - Cincinnati Enquirer


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  08/30/20 - RB Gerrid DoaksSr/2021, Cincinnati, 5-11, 228 (DS#22 RB) + More +

  University of Cincinnati Bearcats football head coach Luke Fickell is stepping back and allowing his players to take the lead when it comes to conversations about racial inequality and social injustice. With Fickell's blessing, UC's football players elected on Friday to cancel practice and put out a collective statement advocating for change after police shot Jacob Blake, a Black man, seven times in the back Sunday in Kenosha, Wisconsin. "I'm really proud," Fickell told The Enquirer. "Not that they said let's not practice, but that they were willing to write something and talk with their teammates about what this means. Tomorrow will be a big morning to see how deep we get in our talks within our units."

Fickell put together a player-led "social awareness group" that includes senior running back Gerrid Doaks, sophomore offensive lineman Jeremy Cooper and junior defensive end Malik Vann. With the group leading the way, the team decided to talk among itself and educate each other, with guidance from defensive line coach Greg Scruggs. "Like today, not many people on our team knew about the Emmett Till situation that happened all those years ago in 1955," Vann said. "And 1955 isn't that long ago. We were just trying to educate our teammates and team members of the situation that happened. Then we led into now, with the Jacob Blake situation that's going on, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor...I felt like progress was made." - Cincinnati Enquirer


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  10/19/19 - RB Gerrid DoaksSr/2021, Cincinnati, 5-11, 228 (DS#22 RB) + More +

  The Bearcats were going nowhere, and now their best running back was limping off the field, giving Gerrid Doaks the chance he'd long awaited. The junior running back who's been beset by injuries took the game into his hands and kept the 21ST-ranked Bearcats unbeaten in the American Athletic. He ran for a pair of touchdowns and turned a short pass into a 28-yard score as Cincinnati held off Tulsa 24-13 on Saturday. "He's an example in that locker room of what you can do when you never drop your head, you never give in," coach Luke Fickell said. "He's the reason we're sitting here happy right now."

Doaks moved into a bigger role when Michael Warren II left the game twice with leg injuries. He became the focal point of an offense that had just enough to get Cincinnati (6-1, 3-0) a win on a day when the Bearcats remembered one of their best teams. The Bearcats honored the 2009 team that went unbeaten in the regular season before losing to Florida in the Sugar Bowl. Players and former Cincinnati coach Brian Kelly -- in town while Notre Dame has a bye -- came on the field during the first timeout. Doaks didn't expect to get the chance to play a leading role in the latest win. He missed all last season with a groin injury and two games this season with a knee injury, relegating him to a very limited status behind Warren. His first touchdown on a 4-yard run provided his first TD in two years. "It was like a movie," Doaks said. "When I got the ball, I saw open field and I dove over the safety. I hopped up and saw everyone cheering. It's something everyone on the field wants to live." His three-touchdown performance was barely enough. - Cincinnati/AP College Football


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