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Two Bearcats selected in the fourth round of the draft

(PHOTO: Twitter/Kansas City Chiefs) (PHOTO: Twitter/Kansas City Chiefs)
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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Two University of Cincinnati Bearcats realized their dream within a matter of minutes from one another Saturday afternoon. 

The Kansas City Chiefs picked offensive lineman Parker Ehinger in the fourth round with the 105th overall pick. Ehinger played left tackle, right tackle and right guard during his tenure at UC. 

He was a first team All-American Athletic Conference selection last year and was named preseason Watch List for both Lombardi and Outland Trophies. 

Just two picks later, a second Bearcat came off the board when wide receiver Chris Moore was selected by the Baltimore Ravens with the 107th overall pick.

Moore caught 39 passes for 823 yards and seven touchdowns last year for UC.  

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