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 10 years ago '06        #3441
ANOMOLIE 
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Kenny Phillips wearing 21 .....nice.

THE U IS BACK. THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK.
 05-14-2008, 01:28 AM         #3442
Hurricane Ra  OP
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I'm always hyped for the seasons but I can't fu*king wait.. Tommy Streeter is gonna BEAST.. n*gga is a problem!
 05-14-2008, 01:30 AM         #3443
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Also wanna add. Look at Shannon's recruiting with a terrible team, imagine once we win some games. We should easily get one of the top classes if not the best.
 10 years ago '04        #3444
C.R.I.P. 3 heat pts
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 P. Dedos said:
Brandon McGee is the truth and we badly need him in this class
dude aint going no where
 10 years ago '07        #3445
ttime236 38 heat pts38
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for real though, I cant wait for this season to start....Marve should be lightyears ahead of where kirby and kyle were last year....finally a legit qb
 10 years ago '04        #3446
madness 14 heat pts14
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Today we catch up with Joe Wylie, a 6-2, 187 pound safety out of Boyd Anderson High School in Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. I was first introduced to Wylie during a 7-on-7 tournament in 2006 when he turned a game of touch into full contact. That should tell fans all they need to know about his aggression on the field. Here's what Wylie is saying these days as he prepares for his UM arrival June 23:

SR: You made your college decision before finishing your junior year. What made you commit to UM so early in the process?

JW: When you know what you want, it just feels right. I felt like Miami was the perfect fit. There was no need to wait and beat around the bush. I really wanted to play for a coach like Randy Shannon.

SR: With your dad playing hoops at UM, was there any chance of you going elsewhere?

JW: I mean, I couldn't see myself playing anywhere other than UM just because the love I had for the school. But it wasn't a situation where my dad tried to pressure me. He always said it was up to myself and that whatever decision I made, he would support it.

SR: Early in your high school career, there was all this talk of you being a standout quarterback in Broward County. What brought on the decision to switch positions?

JW: Basically, it was a need. We had a couple good, young quarterbacks on the team. We were kind of lacking at the safety position. It was a decision made by the coaches. Coach (Mark) James and I sat down and we felt that I could contribute at safety. I never doubted myself. I never tried to make myself like I'm bigger than the team.

SR: But look at the attention Jacory Harris and Robert Marve receive. Do you miss playing quarterback just a bit?

JW: I mean, yes, that's the glamor position, that's the highlight position. That's where guys shine. But after playing safety and doing all that hitting and contact, I can't throw the ball like I used to. We were out there throwing it around the other day, and it wasn't the same.

SR: I first saw you at the Glades Central 7-on-7 tournament in the summer of 2006. It was a non-contact event, but you knocked out Glades Central receiver Eddie Poole on a crossing route. You remember that?

JW: (Laughing) Yeah, I remember. That's just me. It was just a 7-on-7 game, but I always have that mentality. I want to get you before you get me. I bring the same aggression to everything. I apologized to Eddie. It wasn't a situation where I was trying to hurt him. It was a situation where you just get caught up in the moment. It was just game time.

SR: Size is probably the biggest question mark for you. Have you bulked up in the offseason?

JW: I haven't maxed out, but I'm at my high school everyday working out. Right now, I'm 187 (up from 175 during the season). There's always room to get bigger, faster, stronger. I want to come in weighing at least 190.

SR: What have your conversations been like with coach Wesley McGriff? Any talk of redshirting?

JW: Honestly, we have never talked about redshirting. The biggest discussion with him has been will I be ready to play, do i want to play and do I have the drive and determination to play? I told him, `Yes' to all the questions. I just want to come in and make contributions to the team as early as possible.

SR: It seems likely you will begin your UM career as a cornerback. Is that what they're telling you?

JW: Yes, we've talked about that. He asked me if I can play a little bit of that. If it gets me on the field, then I'm all for it. It just means I would have to stay a little bit after practice because it would be new to me. I'll have to work on my hips and work on my speed. But whatever helps the team is fine with me.
 10 years ago '05        #3447
Y2Luda 5 heat pts
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 C.R.I.P. said:
dude aint going no where
If the recruiting season ended today he would be a Buckeye.

Of course the recuiting season doesn't, so we'll see.
 10 years ago '04        #3448
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 ttime236 said:
for real though, I cant wait for this season to start....Marve should be lightyears ahead of where kirby and kyle were last year....finally a legit qb
Marve will probably struggle this year, you're being naive to think otherwise.
 10 years ago '04        #3449
1000bluntz 
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 P. Dedos said:
no way he will be worse than a one completion game showing like the one againt NC state... somehow we still lost on the final play in that game...
I'm not saying he'll be sh*tty like Kirby or that overrated as fu*k coming outta HS f*g**t Kyle Wright but he's going to have a lot of growing pains next season, that's almost guaranteed. Some of y'all are acting like he's going to lead y'all to a fu*king ACC title or some sh*t, yeah right.
 10 years ago '07        #3450
ttime236 38 heat pts38
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sh*t ill take marve over 1-14 passing with 3 picks
 10 years ago '05        #3451
Y2Luda 5 heat pts
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 P. Dedos said:
i believe you said that same exact quote about brandon harris last year famo

Negative. I dont believe I did. I felt good about being in his final 3 and wouldn't have been surprised if he became a Buckeye but ultimetly never got my hopes up.

In comaprision.....

I feel good about being in his Top 2.....would be surprised (at this point) if he did NOT become a Buckeye....and have much more information to back that than anything I ever heard about Harris last year.

For example (about Harris):


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 10 years ago '04        #3452
madness 14 heat pts14
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 1000bluntz said:
I'm not saying he'll be sh*tty like Kirby or that overrated as fu*k coming outta HS f*g**t Kyle Wright but he's going to have a lot of growing pains next season, that's almost guaranteed. Some of y'all are acting like he's going to lead y'all to a fu*king ACC title or some sh*t, yeah right.
the team will struggle again this year, they are mad young and its unrealistic to expect the freshmen to contribute right out the gate. there isnt a QB on the roster who's thrown a pass in a collegiate game, that alone is a scary thought.

on the flipside, numerous freshman QB's have had success recently, there's no reason to think marve cant be one of them.
 05-14-2008, 03:35 PM         #3453
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Marve will be nice as hell best believe. Esp with the WR class we brought in.
 10 years ago '07        #3455
ttime236 38 heat pts38
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yeah, I saw that sh*t too......Moncur is gonna beast, but where the hell is Javarris?
 10 years ago '05        #3456
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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wow ive been playing ncaa for a min now...that is the least amount of 90s ratings ive seen for the canes
 10 years ago '04        #3457
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New Commit

Fleming Island OL Cory White already boasted offers from Troy, Cincinnati, Tulane, and FIU but on Wednesday afternoon the rising lineman picked up his first big offer when the Miami Hurricanes officially extended an offer. Hurricanes a.ssistant coach Clint Hurtt then got a surprise of his own later in the day when White informed the Miami coaching staff that their offer was the one he had been waiting for and made his commitment to be a Hurricane. FV has the latest on this rising star at offensive line that will now make his new home in Coral Gables next fall.



OL Cory White committed to the Hurricanes today
Recruiting is such an unpredictable process and no one knows that better than Fleming Island rising prospect Cory White who just recently started to pick-up interest from some of the top programs like Florida, Georgia Tech and Michigan. The Miami Hurricanes were another program on the radar for the 6-foot-5, 233 pound star and after a close look at White, Miami a.ssistant coach Clint Hurtt saw all he needed to and extended an offer to White.

"Coach Hurtt just mentioned they wanted to get a closer look at me and then shortly after that, I received my written offer. My heart was beating fast the whole time and I was so excited. I just felt Miami was the perfect place for me so I committed," explained White.

White had plenty of reasons to choose the Hurricanes despite the fact that he was starting to pick-up pretty heavy interest from a lot of top Division I programs.

"It's Miami. You don't get much better than that. The Hurricanes do a great job at putting players into the NFL, not to mention it is in-state, so my family would always have a chance to see me play, especially my father who's had a big influence in my football career. Also, Miami has a pretty good pre-med program and that's what I want study."

At first glance White might be a little undersized for the offensive line position, but according to Fleming Island a.ssistant coach Joel Brighton, that shouldn't be a concern

"No it's not that big of a deal because I believe the Matt Patchan kid who signed with Florida was a little undersized as well. Cory is a tenacious player at left tackle and just has a motor that never slows down."

Following his decision, White went into detail about how firm his commitment is to the University of Miami and if another big offer could sway him away from the Canes with in-state programs like Florida and FSU taking a hard look.

It's Miami. You don't get much better than that.
Cory White, OL
Fleming Island
"No, Miami is where I want to be. I'm still going to attend the Florida Gator summer camp, but I'm very happy with Miami. I'm just excited to be a part of the family. Miami is a great program with a strong history and it's just a relief to have my decision behind me now."

Unlike Miami though, Florida is recruiting White at the tight end position according to Coach Joel Brighton.

"It varies with a lot of schools in where they like Cory but Florida mentioned how impressed they were with Cory and they just wanted to see him perform at their summer camp."

Now with his school of choice out of the way, White can turn all his attention to helping Fleming Island have a big year and possibly making some noise in the playoffs.

"We lost about three guys last year on the offensive side of the ball but I think we should be really good this season. This team learned a lot last season and we are just pumped up about getting everything going. Spring practice is going very well and everyone is putting in the hard work."

As Coach Brighton mentioned, White plays with reckless abandon. So we asked White what goes through his mind once the ball is snapped?

"I'm just going full steam ahead and looking to hit my opponent is hard as humanly possible, delivering a clear message."
 10 years ago '04        #3458
C.R.I.P. 3 heat pts
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 madness said:
the team will struggle again this year, they are mad young and its unrealistic to expect the freshmen to contribute right out the gate. there isnt a QB on the roster who's thrown a pass in a collegiate game, that alone is a scary thought.

on the flipside, numerous freshman QB's have had success recently, there's no reason to think marve cant be one of them.
i will agree with that statement. but i think we will be at least 2 games better than last year, although im hoping we win at least 8.

do i think Marve will be good, yes i think he will be very good...but surprisingly i think Jacory will be even better once he spends some time in the program. so out future seems secure as far as signal callers go. which is something we havent had the last few years and has cost us plenty of games, with KW/KF not reading defenses, not making the proper throws and etc...

Jacory and Marve are students of the game they are learning so we will be alright.

im expecting Marve to start. and to be honest i think he will at least do what KW did his first year starting in 05.

180 comp
307 att
58.6 %
2,403 yds
18 TD
10 INT
137.2 QB Rating


i think thats perfectly reachable by marve, it wouldnt surprise me if knocks off a few of those INT's and add a few TD's
 10 years ago '04        #3459
madness 14 heat pts14
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Today we catch up with Tommy Streeter, a 6-4, 190-pound receiver out of Miami Northwestern High. With his size and speed (4.49 in the 40), he could wind be the Hurricanes' most dangerous recruit of the class, regardless of position. Here's what Streeter is saying these days as he prepares for his UM arrival:

SR: Your teammate Aldarius Johnson was known as "Glue Hands" when you guys played at Traz Powell in high school. Did longtime announcer Willie Wilcox have a nickname for you?

TS: Yeah, they used to call me "Stretch `em out Streeter." It was something the announcer came up with. I guess over the course of the season, he said everything I catch, I just stretch out and get it. I liked it.

SR: How cool would it be for one day that you and Aldarius are the starting receivers at UM?

TS: Only time will tell. We're two big guys coming from winning systems and we have the drive to get better and push each other. I teach him things. He teaches me things. That's the advantage we have, we've played together for a long time. He's down there (at UM) now and he's not so much telling me things, but showing me things.

SR: Most of your Northwestern teammates committed to UM really early in the process. What took you so long?

TS: My dad (Tommy Streeter Sr. played at Colorado in the mid-80s) told me it was a long process and to be patient and take advantage of the experience. It only comes once in a lifetime. Just because other guys committed early, didn't mean I couldn't take my time.

SR: Were you having any reservations about playing with your old teammates in college? Did you feel like you had to break away from the pack?

TS: That's not true at all. You've got to do what's best for you. I told that to every reporter that I talked with and they took it out of context. They thought I felt like I was going to be in Aldarius' shadow. That had nothing to do with it. We can both dominate together.

SR: How comfortable are you running routes across the middle? Are you capable of being that possession wide receiver?

TS: It doesn't matter to me. It's my job to catch the football, no matter where they send me. I just want to go out and get the job done. But I don't want to be a possession receiver. I want teams to have to prepare for Tommy Streeter. I don't want to catch the ball and get tackled. I want to be the deep threat.

SR: What has been your focus in the offseason? Anything in particular that you are trying to improve on?

TS: In college, (defensive backs) are going to be pressing you, so I'm trying to bulk up. I want to be ready for the next level. I just started working out again. I've gained five pounds. I was running track and that caused me to lose 10 pounds. I also want to work on my blocking.

SR: It appears UM is probably at least a year away from making any real noise in the ACC. Is it going to be tough dealing with those losses after such a successful high school career?

TS: When I get to Miami, I don't even think we're going to lose, personally. I'm going there with a winning attitude. We're used to winning, coming from the No. 1 team in the country. We're used to the crowds, our games were always sold out. It's no different. Guys are just bigger, faster, stronger and smarter.

SR: You guys were the national champs in high school, but there is debate if you were even the best team in Dade County. Who would've won between Northwestern and Class 4A champion Booker T. Washington?

TS: (Laughing) Why do people always bring this up? I doubt they would beat us and that's all I'll say. We were the No. 1 team in the nation for a reason. It's easy for them (Booker T) to talk about it once it's passed. If they wanted to play, it should've been set up.
 10 years ago '04        #3460
madness 14 heat pts14
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"strech' em out" streeter coming to an endzone near you!:rasta:

i was just watching his 3-touchdown game against southlake carroll texas, my god i cant wait to see him abuse n*ggas on the next level:applause:
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