NFL Draft: Cincinnati Bearcats star 'can do it all' after starring alongside Sauce Gardner

Arquon Bush, the standout wide receiver from the Cincinnati Bearcats, has been tipped for success after catching the eye of NFL scouts during the 2020 NFL Draft.

The 6’3”, 200-pound junior had an impressive season with the Bearcats, catching 63 passes for 1,099 yards and 11 touchdowns. Bush also excelled on special teams and was praised by coaches and teammates alike for his athleticism and work ethic.

And it seems his efforts have paid off. Bush was selected in the fifth round of the draft by the Buffalo Bills, and is expected to make an immediate impact on the team.

Bush’s success is even more impressive considering he has had to share the field with one of the most talented players in the nation, fellow Bearcat and Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow.

Burrow and Bush had a fantastic connection on the field and it was no surprise that the two were able to help carry the Bearcats to an 11-3 record.

It was also no surprise that Bush was able to stand out from the crowd, even with such a talented partner. His work ethic and natural ability enabled him to make plays all over the field, helping the Bearcats to victory on multiple occasions.

Bush credits much of his success to the guidance he received from fellow Bearcat and former NFLer Jerome ‘Sauce’ Gardner. Gardner, who played for the Bengals and the Bears, was able to help Bush develop his skills and refine his technique.

When asked about Bush, Gardner had nothing but praise for the talented receiver, saying “He can do it all. He’s fast, he can run routes, he can block, he can catch – Arquon is a complete player.”

It’s clear that Arquon Bush is a player to watch in the NFL, and with the help of Gardner, he should be able to continue his success and make an impact in the league.