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 10 years ago '04        #4526
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fu*k what you heard, coach Randy Shannon AKA the Recruiting beast of the South coming strong again.. we got Ray Ray and Dyron

 10 years ago '04        #4527
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real talk, lets hope he recruit a good OC

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 Cap Peeler said
fu*k what you heard, coach Randy Shannon AKA the Recruiting beast of the South coming strong again.. we got Ray Ray and Dyron
"b-b-b-but he cant coach!! b-b-b-but he'll get fired next year!":rolleyes:

 10 years ago '05        #4529
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heard an ugly rumor from my boy whos close to tahj boyd....hes telling me bryce is gonna decommit to play with him

 01-05-2009, 12:48 PM         #4530
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What made Nixon choose UF over us?

Saw something on Scout about that..

 10 years ago '04        #4531
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can't wait for next season. He's gonna be a great one man :agreement6:

 10 years ago '04        #4532
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ORLANDO, Fla. -- Miami 2009 commit Jamal Reid showed that he belonged with is performance in the Under Armour All American Game Sunday night.

Reid displayed impressive receiver skills, hauling in a 35-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter.

"It was a press coverage and I gave him an inside move and went outside," Reid said of his touchdown play. "I saw the ball coming and then I saw the lights and it felt really good. I just ran down the sidelines after that play."

"I felt pumped after that! I wanted some more!"

On the play Reid outran fellow Miami recruit Prince Kent to track down a deep ball in the end-zone.

According to Reid, he couldn't have asked for a better game. He finished the night with 65 yards and a touchdown on four receptions.

"I think I did good and I ran my routes crisp and I scored the touchdown just like I wanted to," Reid said. "I showed that I can compete with the best players in the nation especially since I come from a smaller school and everybody didn't think I could do it. I think I proved some people wrong and showed what I can do."

Reid and Kent finally met up for the first time during their week at the all star game on Saturday. According to Reid, it was good to get to know one of his future teammates.

"I talked to him Saturday and we hungout a little bit and tried to get to know one another," Reid said. "We are both coming in as defensive backs, so we are building a bond and a friendship and we are going to be tight."

Following the game, Reid said he was excited to see that Seminole High School players Ray Ray Armstrong and Dyron Dye selected Miami as their destination to play their college football.

Reid does admit though he had a hint that those two Seminole players would be committing to UM.

"I was excited to see that," Reid said. "Those guys are great prospects and will make our recruiting class better. They are great players. I watched them play in the state championship game and I was impressed."

"When coach Hurtt came to my in-home visit he told me that Ray Ray was a silent and he wanted to commit on national TV. I knew he was going to commit."

Overall Reid says he really enjoyed his week at the Under Armour Game and that the entire experience was a great way to learn and better himself as a player.

"It was cool to learn some new things from the coaches here and compete against some of the greatest players in the nation," Reid said. "It was a lot of fun and I learned a lot of stuff. I would definitely do it all over again."

 10 years ago '04        #4533
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ORLANDO, Fla. -- According to both Ray Ray Armstrong and Dyron Dye, they have wanted to be Miami Hurricanes for a while now.

Armstrong and Dye both said they were sold on the Miami program after unofficially visiting UM the weekend of the spring football game.

After spending time around Miami during that weekend, both players had an instant feeling they were going to be Hurricanes.

"I love the coaching staff and the environment down there with the players," Armstrong said. "I feel like I am home right now when I am there. It is like a home away from home for me."

"I knew where I was going from the jump when I took my first unofficial visit down there," Dye said. "It felt like home and all the players seemed like cousins and friends that I grew up with. When I went down there during the spring I was sold. I went to a practice and everything just fit me real good."

Then during the football season, Armstrong and Dye attended the Florida State-Miami game at Dolphin Stadium and around that time both made their silent commitments to the UM staff.

Armstrong and Dye have been solid to Miami ever since, both players just wanted to make their announcement on live TV.

"I let Miami know a while ago," Dye said. "It was a few months ago."

"I made my decision in the middle of the season," said Armstrong.

Dye and Armstrong consider their relationship to be brotherly and both admitted that it was important that they continue their playing career at the same college.

"It was very important that we go to the same school," Armstrong said. "We have supported each other every step of the way. I think of him as my brother and he is going to come with me to the next level and we are going to look out for each other and help each other on the field."

While Miami landed two very good players from Seminole, they couldn't reign in wide receiver Andre Debose, who committed to Florida.

"We will be playing against each other, so it is going to be fun," Dye said of Debose. "We will check up on each other and we will still love each other."

"It will be fun competition," said Armstrong "We are going to different schools but it is not really going to change anything. We are still going to keep in touch."

According to Dye, the trio wanted to all attend the same school at one time, but it didn't work out in the end. Armstrong says he didn't try and convince Debose to come to Miami, he gave him some space to make his own decision.

"I just let him do his own thing," Armstrong said. "I never wanted to pressure him into going some place where he didn't want to go. I just let him make up his own mind."

"We tried to stay together, but he felt like Florida fit him the best," Dye said. "Me and Ray are going to play together though, so we are excited about that."

 10 years ago '04        #4534
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Who knows how much weight to put into the rumor, but I've been told that Randy Shannon is high on Danny Langsdorf.

Langsdorf is currently the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Oregon State. He's been with the Beavers since 2004 and before that, spent some time in the CFL and with the New Orleans Saints. During his tenure at OSU, the Beavers have ranked in the top ten in teh nation for passing yardage each year.

This talk of Langsdorf goes against the 'inside scoop' so many others are reporting, with all their signs pointing to an NFL a.ssistant as the next Miami OC.

Personally, I don't know much about Langsdorf but I did watch Oregon State's offense stick it to Southern Cal earlier this year.

I also watched them muster up a 3-0 win over Pittsburgh in this year's Sun Bowl, though in fairness all everything tailback Jacquizz Rodgers - the hero in the upset of the top-ranked Trojans - was sidelined.

Rodgers also missed the season-ending showdown with Oregon, where OSU lost and played their way right out of a Rose Bowl berth.

Langsdorf used a healthy dose of the run and the pass in the few Beavers games I watched this year and could be a good addition to The U, if this is the direction Shannon goes.

There are a few schools of though regarding the hiring of an offensive coordinator.

First is to go out and hire a big name or up and comer. Someone like Gus Malzhan, who Auburn threw some big cash at to lure away from Tulsa. The plus, you're getting what looks like a solid OC. The negative, you're getting a guy who will quickly climb the coaching ladder and probably won't stick around too long.

When an a.ssistant coach gets "hot" he's like the prettiest girl in the bar. Everyone is in pursuit and it makes it hard to settle on just one suitor, with so many offers.

These guys are usually in the college game as NFL up and comers aren't coming back down to the college game for anything less than a head coaching gig, i.e. Rob Chudzinski. No way the Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator takes a pay decrease and step back career-wise to return to his alma mater. Only way Chud is back at The U is the day Shannon is out.

Second option is to find a retread. Someone who has bounced around. Former collegiate head coaches who wind up as NFL a.ssistants and are still putting in their work as a #2 guy so the can someday work their way back to the top. Some of these guys are damaged goods, while others simply caught some bad breaks.

Dirk Koetter fits this mold, as do a few other NFL a.ssistants who have had their names tossed around as of late.

Third is to find that diamond in the rough. An up and comer before he's earned the title, 'up and comer'. Basically, a Malzhan-type a few years back before he became a household name.

Could Langsdorf be that guy? Oregon State has quietly put together a few 9-4 seasons, while mustering up enough to go toe-to-toe with Southern Cal, beating them two of their past three meetings.

If not Langsdorf, is there another up and comer out there that Shannon can spot, before all the big money, big time programs find him and make him a financial offer he can't refuse?

In the end, no one knows what Randy is going to do. This is just a name I heard, so I'll pass it along. I'm not pretending to have any "scoop" and I'm not saying I'm hearing this from "many sources".

I know a few guys in the know and I respect what they tell me. Sometimes they're spot on and other times they're way off. That said, this is what one of them told me today, so I'm telling U.


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 10 years ago '04        #4535
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MIAMI, Fla. -- Tevin McCaskill's senior year did not end the way he would have liked.

McCaskill, a 6-foot-1, 180-pound defensive back, was in tight coverage on Seminole star receiver Andre DeBose in the state championship game as DeBose hauled in a 40-yard touchdown reception with under a minute to go, which proved to be the difference.

"Every night when I lay down to sleep, that's the only thing I think of," McCaskill said. "But I have people telling me not to worry about it and keep doing what I am doing because I did all I could do at the game. He just made a good play. If I would have looked back just a little bit earlier, it would have been going the other way."

McCaskill is currently practicing in preparation for the Dade-Broward All-Star game on Jan. 16,

"I am excited about it," McCaskill said. "I have a point to prove because of the state game and the last play."

He says it's been tough being on the other end of things, which happens in sports, but he's keeping his head up and remaining positive.

"It's been tough, but I've gotten over it a little bit," he said. "Practicing here at the All-Dade will get my mind off of it. It's good to be back in pads. I'll be good."

McCaskill did have a game-high 12 tackles in Northwestern's 28-21 loss as they attempted to win their third straight 6A title.

"I feel that I played good, but just that one play, I wish I could have done something better," McCaskill said.

Overall, McCaskill had a great time in his four years at Northwestern.

"It's been great," McCaskill said. "That's the number one program in the world, that's how I feel. To be playing on that team as a starter, it's an honor and something that I've worked hard for."

McCaskill Down to Three Schools

McCaskill, who can play safety or cornerback in college, is now turning his focus to recruiting and named three finalists--Miami, Clemson, and West Virginia.

"It's been great going through this recruiting process," McCaskill said. "It's a learning experience for me. Coming out of middle school, I saw all of them boys in the newspapers and I never thought I would be one of those people in the newspapers."

He plans on taking official visits to those schools, but has not set dates yet.

Miami: "UM, that is my dream school. That is the first school I got an offer from so I would love to see what that is about. My former teammates at Miami told me Miami still wants me, but I don't know. Everybody wants me to go to Miami. They've told me the defensive backs are having a little bit of trouble so they were telling me that's where I should go because I would have playing time, but I don't know, I'll look into that."

Clemson: "The coaches from my 10th grade year, they told me that they really wanted to talk to me so I want to go up there and see what that's like."

West Virginia: "I might go up there with Dicamo (Daquan Hargrett) on a visit because he was telling me that they really want me. At the house, they have sent me so many letters so I feel I should put them up there."

McCaskill said Clemson is recruiting him the hardest right now.

"Clemson is doing their thing. They are recruiting me the hardest. I don't know yet. I want to get my momma out of Florida, I know that."

 10 years ago '04        #4536
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CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- Freshman safety Vaughn Telemaque would have been a starting this year if he did not suffer a season-ending shoulder injury.

Telemaque, 6-foot-1 and 185 pounds, played the first three games of the season before his injury.

"Telemaque was really promising last year," coach Randy Shannon said. "We felt like as a staff that he could have been a guy that by the fourth game could have been starting."

Instead, Telemaque finished his first year with two tackles and was relegated to scout team duties while senior Anthony Redd*ck started at one safety spot and junior Ryan Hill and sophomore JoJo Nicolas shared the other spot.

As a senior at Long Beach (Calif.) Poly, Telemaque made 89 tackles and nine interceptions. He had three interceptions in the Division I championship game.

"He's got ball skills," Shannon said. "He has great, great ball skills and he is very, very competitive. He'll run and is an aggressive kid in the run game. That's what he's been. Kind of a vocal leader."

Telemaque chose Miami over USC and has a very bright future ahead of himself. Shannon has already began comparisons to a former great.

"You see him on scout team going like Edward (Reed) was getting the football out of the air," Shannon said. "Being in position to make k!ll shots, but he don't because it's practice. He's able to read those types of things."

Telemaque will be competing for playing time with Randy Phillips, Hill, Nicolas, and C.J. Holton this spring.

Spring practices begin next month.

 10 years ago '04        #4537
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CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- A number of names have popped up in Miami's search for an offensive coordinator after the firing of Patrick Nix.

So let's take a look at former Kansas State head coach Ron Prince.

Prince, 39, went 17-20 in his three years as the head coach of the Wildcats.

Prior to his stint in Manhattan, Prince was the offensive coordinator at Virginia for three years (2003-05) and offensive line coach (2001-05) there for five years.

Miami head coach Randy Shannon was the defensive coordinator against Prince's offenses in 2004 and 2005, both Hurricane victories, 31-21 and 25-17.

Offensive Coordinator Experience

In his time at Virginia, Prince helped guide Virginia to four straight bowl berths from 2002-05. Along the way, his Cavalier offense set a dozen team and individual school records and had 10 offensive players drafted by NFL teams.

As the offensive coordinator in 2003, the Cavaliers allowed the ACC's fewest sacks as star quarterback Matt Schaub passed for 2,952 yards--the second most in school history.

The 2004 offense averaged 423 yards of total offense per game including over 240 on the ground. Again, Virginia led the ACC in fewest sacks allowed and led the conference in total offense and rushing offense.

Following the 2004 campaign, four offensive players were selected in the NFL Draft including TE Heath Miller (1st round), OL Elton Brown (4th round), RB Alvin Pearman (4th round), and WR Patrick Estes (7th round).

The 2005 season, Prince's final season at Virginia, was highlighted by OL D'Brickashaw Ferguson being selected fourth overall in the 2006 NFL Draft.

Head Coaching Experience

Prince took over for legendary Kansas State coach Bill Snyder, who eventually succeeded him.

In 2006, Prince guided the Wildcats to a 7-6 record after winning nine games in the previous two seasons.

In 2007, Prince guided a Wildcat offense that set 20 school records, both team and individual as the team's quarterback, running back, and top receiver had huge years although the team finished 5-7.

This past season, Kansas State finished 5-7 again and Prince was released. The team finished 19th nationally in scoring offense, 34th in total offense, and 19th in passing offense.

Other Experience

Prince was the offensive line coach at Alabama A&M, South Carolina State, James Madison, and Cornell prior to Virginia.

He was born in Omaha, Neb. and graduated from Junction City (Kan.) High School in 1988. He played two seasons at Dodge City (Kan.) Community College before transferring Appalachian State for his final two seasons where he played on the offensive line.


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 10 years ago '04        #4538
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The name Shula is enough to make most people jump and of course think of the Papa of the family, Don Shula, who holds the all-time wins record in the NFL.

But Mike Shula would be a candidate worthy of a look by Randy Shannon. He is the former head coach at Alabama and amassed a 26-23 record while leading the Crimson Tide to two bowl games including a 10-2 season and a Cotton Bowl win in 2005.

Outside of his four years as the head coach at Alabama, his entire career has been on the offensive side of the ball, including being the offensive coordinator of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1996 to 1999.

He has also served as the quarterbacks coach of the Miami Dolphins from 2000 to 2002 and is the current quarterbacks coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars and has served in that capacity since 2007 while helping develop David Garrard.

Shula also played one year in the NFL for the Bucs following a successful collegiate career at Alabama as the starting quarterback from 1984 to 1986. His record as a starting quarterback was 24-11-1 and two bowl wins when teams actually had to earn bowl appearances.

Prior to the hiring of former Miami Dolphins head coach Cam Cameron, Shula was on the list of candidates for that position.

Mike Shula's Timeline

1988-1990 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Offensive a.ssistant)
1991-1992 - Miami Dolphins (Coaches' a.ssistant)
1993-1995 - Chicago Bears (Tight Ends Coach)
1996-1999 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Offensive Coordinator)
2000-2002 - Miami Dolphins (Quarterbacks Coach)
2003-2006 - Alabama Crimson Tide (Head Coach)
2007-current - Jacksonville Jaguars (Quarterbacks Coach)

Why Mike Shula Makes Sense

? He's a Shula. That alone is a major factor. Football is in his blood. He's a very knowledgeable coach and his entire life has been football. His nephew, Dan Shula, is a Graduate a.ssistant on the team so Shannon might want to add another Shula to the staff.

? He has plenty of offensive experience which is key. He has experience on the offensive side of the ball including coaching in the NFL as an offensive coordinator. Experience being the key word. His experiences should make Randy Shannon feel comfortable enough to hand over the reigns and allow Mike to run the offense without interference.

? He's a former quarterback. As a former quarterback himself as well as being a quarterback's coach in the NFL, he could also take on the role of quarterback's coach. His experience and expertise should help Jacory Harris a great deal and help him develop into an even better quarterback.

? The 'Canes need a better home field advantage. Attendance at Dolphin Stadium might get a boost from the addition of a well-known Shula to the staff.

? Pressure. This and being a Shula go hand-in-hand. Great things are always expected from that family so Mike should be able to handle the pressure of the expectations that come with the job of being offensive coordinator at Miami where the expectations are tremendously high.

 10 years ago '04        #4539
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jared wheeler is a cane

shore up that o-line

 10 years ago '04        #4540
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lol bet Wojo feels like a dumbass right now ... warning recruits and sh*t about coming to the U. Hahahhahaa

 10 years ago '04        #4541
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 Cap Peeler said
lol bet Wojo feels like a dumbass right now ... warning recruits and sh*t about coming to the U. Hahahhahaa
told you no one would take that clown seriously

 10 years ago '04        #4542
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Wichita (KS) East High School RB Bryce Brown remains a soft Hurricane commitment.

"As far as I know he's going to Miami," East High coach Brian Byers said. "With him there's crap out there all the time, and he is taking all his visits."

For his part, Brown has said he remains committed to UM but is also considering Oregon. He recently told a Rivals.com website that Oregon is his top school but that he is still a Miami commitment.

Byers says whichever school winds up with Brown on campus will be extremely lucky.

"He's got a burst of speed that most people don't have," Byers said. "He's got great vision and anticipation. He can see things and see cuts I think sometimes before they're even there. And with that burst of speed he's out the gate. If you don't tackle him, get a body on him, he's probably gone."

Byers coached high school against Barry Sanders back in the day.

"He's a lot faster than Barry in terms of pure straight ahead speed," Byers said. "Barry is one of the quickest I ever saw - he was so quick with his feet and his hips. You could say Bryce is not quite as quick as Barry, but is faster than Barry."

Byers knows there's a big transition from high school ball to college ball. It's something Bryce's brother, Arthur, went through at UM this past season.

So what does Bryce need the most work on to be ready to make an impact at the next level?

"Holding onto the ball," Byers said. "He has a tendency to sometimes fumble. He has a problem not getting the ball high and tight, carries it too loose. And the other thing is sometimes we'd have to get him to slow down on a toss sweep because he would see - his vision, he sees things so quick - he sees things that he thinks will develop, and he takes off and doesn't have his eye on the ball.

"The other thing, depending on how you want to use him, is he needs to work on his receiving. He's good at catching across the middle, swing passes, hitches, taking the ball deep if he's going downfield. He just needs to work on catching a little better."

Brown finished his senior season with a league record 1,850 yards - the second time he broke his own season rushing record. He also scored 31 touchdowns.

 10 years ago '04        #4543
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Warren Sapp interviews Ray Lewis:



two of the GOAT canes to ever do it:applause:

 10 years ago '04        #4544
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i got a bad feeling about bryce brown

 10 years ago '04        #4545
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 KiNgJaMeS305 said
i got a bad feeling about bryce brown
the longer we go without hiring an OC, the bleaker its lookin....shannon not only needs to make a good hire, he needs to do it quickly. and i hear rueben randle is still interested, but he's waiting to see how the OC situation plays out too.

 10 years ago '05        #4546
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 KiNgJaMeS305 said
i got a bad feeling about bryce brown
I did too but its just hard for me to see him going elsewhere esp. after reading this..

 10 years ago '04        #4547
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OC hire is coming next week. According to rivals shannon is interviewing the final candidates this weekend. It's on the front page. I don't got rivals no more so if anyone can post the article.. :agreement6:

 10 years ago '04        #4548
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i been hearing randle is looking at as hard recently since nix is gone but i still think he goes to LSU. Getting a good OC is crucial and shannon better not stick to this "we need a pro-offense" sh*t cuz we got tooo many playmakers WR

 10 years ago '04        #4549
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Vernon is a Cane boys!!!

Olivier Vernon isn't going anywhere. He's staying home with the Hurricanes. In a small get together in his high school principal's office, Vernon told friends and family moments ago he is going to stick with his commitment to the University of Miami, which he made back in August.

Img_1212"It was kind of hard because all three teams can win a national championship," said Vernon a 4-star Rivals.com recruit and 6-4, 240-pound defensive end, who was mulling over UM, Alabama and Florida State until the past week. "But UM has been my dream school since I was young. I felt like I was destined to play for them."

Vernon, who graduated from American High Thursday, will begin classes at UM Jan. 20 and will room with freshman defensive tackle Curtis Porter in the spring. He will wear No. 17. Eventually, he will switch over and room with fellow incoming freshman Dyron Dye in the fall.

He's looking forward to rehabbing his injured left ankle, which he injured in the season opener against Coral Reef, with UM doctors and trainers. He said he's still experiencing some pain and could have some ligament damage. But he expects to be ready for spring ball in late February.

The Hurricanes are definitely getting a strong player. Vernon is benching 335 pounds and squating 455. "I've kept lifting, kept working in the weight room even though I haven't played," Vernon said. "I'll be ready."

Posted by Manny Navarro at 01:06 PM in University of Miami Football, University of Miami Football Recruiting
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 10 years ago '06        #4550
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^^ Good pick up with Vernon. We need a Jack Linebacker inthe Worst way, hopefully we can pull Stinson from FSU.


:applause: on Ray Ray getting his 5th star. This kid will be a player for you guys

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