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 7 years ago '04        #7401
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Will extension level recruiting playing field?
by: Shandel Richardson May 12th, 2010 | 10:13 PM Finally.
After months of negotiating, the University of Miami and coach Randy Shannon came to terms. With Shannon signing a new four-year contract Wednesday, it ends all the speculation of the University lacking faith in its coach. The deal brings stability, well as much stability you can have in the unstable coaching profession, to the program.
It also should make things a little easier for Shannon in the recruiting game. No more does he have to hear questions from recruits about his job status. He can walk down the halls of St. Thomas Aquinas, Glades Central or Miami Pace with a bit of swagger.
“That’s big,” Glades Central coach Jessie Hester said Wednesday night. “Everybody knew this was going to be a pivotal year for the program as far the coaches go. For the administration to do this, it bodes well for (Shannon).”
For UM, that means a lot coming from a coach such as Hester. He annually coaches some of the nation’s top players, including receiver Kelvin Benjamin. Hester said Benjamin often talked about the insecurity among the coaching staff at UM, but those discussions will end.
“That was a concern of his,” Hester said. “You don’t want kids going into a situation they’re not aware and they’re around a bunch of new faces. Things can change drastically and Shannon getting a new contract will only help his relationship [with Benjamin].”
Fort Lauderdale Dillard coach Manny Martin felt the same way when he heard the news. The Panthers feature defensive back Wayne Lyons, who is Broward County’s top prospect. Martin said Lyons has always shown interest in Miami, but this will only help.
“Wayne actually likes that the U is interested,” Martin said. “But when it comes time to make a decision, he’s going talk to his family and when he’s sorting through it all, [the new contract] is going to help. I’m not saying the coach is the No. 1 decision, but it’s somewhere between No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3.”
 05-14-2010, 02:43 PM         #7402
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I'm sure most of you have heard already, but if not..

Miami and Notre Dame have agreed on a 3-game series.

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 7 years ago '05        #7403
Deeangoe 2 heat pts
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i guess no alabama season opener then
 05-14-2010, 05:41 PM         #7404
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Lets handle our business fam
 7 years ago '07        #7405
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damn we scheduling every damn body

let these a.sswhippins commence
 7 years ago '05        #7406
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 The Lefty said:
I'm sure most of you have heard already, but if not..

Miami and Notre Dame have agreed on a 3-game series.

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 05-14-2010, 10:10 PM         #7408
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 The Lefty said:
I'm sure most of you have heard already, but if not..

Miami and Notre Dame have agreed on a 3-game series.

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BOSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
 7 years ago '05        #7409
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definately gonna go to chitown and game at notre dame...i should be in grad skool up north:cool-smiley-009:
 7 years ago '04        #7410
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Early Thoughts on Pitt Game
May. 15, 2010

By: Rudy Rodriguez-Chomat





Dion Lewis (Courtesy of Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)
Win or lose at Ohio State on September 11, the University of Miami football has to have a short memory because 12 days later it will travel to another tough destination, this time facing off against the Pitt Panthers, a team that is expected to be ranked in the top 20 to start 2010.

The old rival from the Big East returns and returns with a vengeance. The Panthers are good, point blank. Not Ohio State good, but good enough to beat Miami if they play well and the ‘Canes don’t bring their “A” game.

Coming off a 10-3 season and a bowl win over North Carolina, the Panthers lost three games in 2009 by a combined 11 points, including a 45-44 loss against conference champ Cincinnati, a game they led 38-24 in the fourth quarter.

The Panthers game plan is pretty simple for the most part. They run, run, run. They return sophomore running back Dion Lewis who had a monster freshman season rushing for 1,799 yards at 5.5 yards per carry and 17 touchdowns. But they will have to figure out who their quarterback is. That is something that should certainly play into Miami’s favor as the ‘Canes will likely see a heavy, heavy dose of Lewis. I.E. The 'Canes know what Pitt will do.

Bill Stull threw for over 2,600 yards and 21 touchdowns, but he’s gone and the only guy who saw any action besides Stull last season was sophomore Tino Sunseri. There is definitely going to be a battle though for the starting position with Pat Bostick who was a starter as a true freshman.

Pitt brings back its top receiver threat in 6-foot-5, Jon Baldwin who caught 57 passes for 1,111 yards and eight touchdowns so the return of a big time playmaker should certainly help whoever is taking the snaps under center. It will certainly be a challenge for Brandon Harris.

Defensively, the Panthers have a great pass rush that led the nation in sacks. From that defense, they return their top two defensive ends in Greg Romeus and Jabaal Sheard. The two combined for 13 sacks last season, 22 tackles for loss and 23 quarterback hurries. As a team, Pitt had a ridiculous 47 sacks, more than 3.6 per game.

Overall, the Panthers return their top two tacklers in junior linebacker Max Gruder and senior corner Dom Decicco, and four of their top six including both starting corners in Decicco and sophomore Jarred Holley who both had three interceptions last season.

So the ‘Canes will have a challenge. The offensive line will have to keep Romeus and Sheard off of Jacory Harris. And the receivers will face a couple of experienced corners.

Defensively, it will be a challenge of the virtual unknown in terms of Pitt’s quarterback. They will essentially have two games of game tape to scout whoever is the starting quarterback. But they do know they will see one of the nation’s elite running backs in Lewis.

And of course, it’s another tough road game. The ‘Canes four games following the opener are as tough as it gets with Clemson and Florida State following this game, so winning at Pitt will be very important, especially if the ‘Canes lose at Ohio State.

If the ‘Canes are able to win at Ohio State and Pitt, they will be 3-0 and with confidence beyond the wildest imagination and a special season could be in store.
 7 years ago '05        #7411
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Cory Nelms, DeMarcus Van Dyke, Travis Benjamin and Brandon McGee broke the school record in the 4x100m relay. The foursome finished second in the race with a time of 39.60 seconds.

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 7 years ago '07        #7412
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 7 years ago '04        #7413
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 7 years ago '04        #7414
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 7 years ago '04        #7415
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Recruiting Outlook: The RBs
May. 20, 2010

By: Nate Adelson





James Wilder (left) and Mike Bellamy (right) are arguably the top two running backs in Florida.
In Miami’s 2011 recruiting class, running backs can probably be considered more of a luxury than a need.

The Canes have experience in the form of Damien Berry and Graig Cooper. Other contributors return in the form of Lee Chambers in Mike James. Emerging young stars are looking to make their mark in the form of Lamar Miller and Storm Johnson. Two more signees will arrive in June in the form of Eduardo Clements and Darion Hall.

Miami is looking to add one more name to the list if the opportunity presents itself, simply for depth purposes. Whoever it is will have to be willing to overlook all the competition, because playing time will certainly need to be fought for.

Miami’s first choice would likely be Tampa Plant’s James Wilder (6-2, 215). Wilder is likely the top prospect in Florida and possibly the top prospect in the nation. He is a bruising power runner with enough speed to break off some longer runs. He is heavily courted by the likes of Florida, Florida State, Alabama, USC, and Georgia, and he may wait until signing day to make his decision.

Another back Miami would love to reel in is Punta Gorda Charlotte’s Mike Bellamy (5-10, 176). Bellamy is not the type of back that the coaches usually like but his breakaway speed is absolutely special. His productivity the last two years has been incredible with over 4,100 yards and 60 touchdowns. Florida and Clemson are strongly in the mix but he has never showed much interest in Miami.

Another name on the radar is Daniel Lasco (6-0, 190) out of The Woodlands High in The Woodlands, Texas. Lasco is a taller back who can play some slot receiver but he is a burner with the ball in his hands. Miami targeted him in September and he has since taken two unofficial visits to Coral Gables. He will likely commit in the next month or two with the other possibilities being Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, and TCU.

Savon Huggins (5-11, 190) from St. Peter’s Prep in Jersey City, New Jersey, is one of the top players in the country with around fifty offers in total. Huggins had a breakout year in 2009 with 1,500 yards and 22 touchdowns after splitting carries the two previous years. He took an unofficial visit to Miami in August and was extended an official UM offer soon after. His contact with the coaches has since cooled somewhat but he could be a possibility if Miami decides to strongly pursue him.

The other name in the picture is Jeremy Hill (6-1, 224) from Redemptorist High in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Hill is exactly the style of back that the coaches like and that’s why they’ve been on him since September. He is interested in visiting Miami but he figures to be quite a tough pull. He has remained committed to LSU since September which is right next door for him and he is very close with many of the other Tiger pledges.
 7 years ago '04        #7416
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Recruiting Outlook: The QBs
May. 19, 2010

By: Nate Adelson





Teddy Bridgewater (left) and Kiehl Frazier (right) are two Hurricane quarterback targets.
Quarterback is undoubtedly one of the most important positions in the 2011 Miami recruiting class.

The Canes are looking to land the guy who could be good enough to take the reigns following the departure of junior Jacory Harris.

Sophomore A.J. Highsmith and freshman Stephen Morris are certainly possibilities but neither one has proven much of anything just yet.

Miami is looking for a nationally recognized name who brings not just his own talents but the reputation to attract other talented prospects to join him in Coral Gables.

Scholarship offers were extended to the likes of North Carolina’s Christian LeMay, Ohio’s Braxton Miller, and Georgia’s C.J. Uzomah, but those names have fallen by the wayside.

The field now seems to be narrowed to just two remaining names.

The first name burst on to the Dade County football scene as a sophomore who led his team all the way to the class 6A state title game before falling to Sanford Seminole. Miami Northwestern’s Teddy Bridgewater (6-2, 180) has a pass first mentality while he still possesses the speed and athletic ability to cause problems for a defense. He has excellent pocket presence and often leaves some of the most talented pass rushers on the ground, empty handed. He is looking to improve on his interception total of twelve last season but it wasn’t an issue as a sophomore when he threw just three.

On the recruiting front, Bridgewater has been a high priority ever since he received a verbal UM offer in June followed by a written one in September. He is a big believer in the pro-style offense which does work in Miami’s favor. However, he has also always expressed interest in playing somewhere in the SEC. He hasn’t spent much time visiting schools outside of Miami but he has always maintained that he doesn’t plan on committing until some time during his senior season.

The second name has led his team to back to back state titles while putting up crazy numbers. His junior season saw him complete 227 out of 362 passes for 3817 yards and 48 touchdowns and 14 interceptions to go with 137 carries for 764 yards and 14 additional touchdowns.

Kiehl Frazier (6-2, 210) from Shiloh Christian in Springdale, Arkansas, has already decided to play in the 2011 Under Armour All-American game.

Miami’s main competition for Frazier is currently coming from Arkansas and Auburn with Notre Dame and LSU also in the mix. Miami has put a lot of effort in to their recent pursuit of Frazier including a call from head coach Randy Shannon and a visit from offensive coordinator Mark Whipple. He plans to take his first visit to Miami in early June and hopes to have his decision out of the way by July at the latest.

Miami hopes to have their quarterback in place by the end of the summer if not before then. It will be interesting to see if that quarterback ends up being Teddy Bridgewater, Kiehl Frazier, or another name that isn’t currently on the radar as much as those two.
 7 years ago '05        #7417
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CORAL GABLES — Two of the Miami Hurricanes’ top stars couldn’t come out and play this spring.

Senior tailback Graig Cooper was recovering from a serious knee injury, and junior quarterback Jacory Harris was sidelined after right thumb surgery.

However, there are quite a few other players who give the Hurricanes plenty of hope going into the 2010 football season, and those players should help Miami answer some questions.

Are the Hurricanes going to create more turnovers than last season? The answer should be a resounding yes, with a deeper, more talented defensive line coached by Rick Petri, who returned to the school after 15 years.

This depth should result in better run defense, more third-and-longs and more pressure on quarterbacks, which ought to lead to more sacks, forced fumbles and interceptions by a more experienced secondary.

But as Miami Hurricanes analyst Don Bailey Jr. said, “There are a lot of could-bes and should-bes instead of ares.”

On offense, is there a capable backup if Harris goes down during the season? Again, yes. Offensive coordinator Mark Whipple has done a wonderful job of developing A.J. Highsmith, Stephen Morris and his son Spencer. While the Hurricanes played vanilla defense in the spring game, it allowed the backups to throw the ball up in the air and know their receivers would go after it.

Two other questions: Will Miami’s offensive line and tight end corps be better? So far, the answer is no.

The Hurricanes lost three offensive starters from an already-thin line. The backups aren’t quite there yet physically to hold against a schedule that will feature eight games against bowl teams, including three straight on the road after the opener at home against Florida A&M.

Tight end is even shakier. There are only four career receptions in that group, all by Richard Gordon, who Miami desperately needs to become a regular contributor in his final season.

But if the Hurricanes have to go to more of a spread, it won’t be the worst thing in the world.

There’s Leonard Hankerson and LaRon Byrd, two rangy receivers who look as if they’ll keep getting better. And Kendal Thompkins had eight catches in the spring game. Also of note is wide receiver Travis Benjamin, who gets everyone’s attention with his stops and starts, zigs and zags.

“Travis Benjamin is really explosive out there,” safety Vaughn Telemaque said. “He can make a move or a cut at any second, and it’s a big play out there.”

While Benjamin finished third in the ACC’s 100 meters (10.4 seconds), he was part of a 400 relay team with cornerbacks Cory Nelms, DeMarcus Van Dyke and Brandon McGee that earlier in the season had a time of 40.15 seconds, the fastest by a Miami relay team since 1998 and the third-fastest in school history. Nelms, a cornerback who was a big contributor last season on special teams, also won the 110-meter hurdles at the ACC meet in 13.82 seconds.

With that speed and a little more experience, Miami’s DBs now feel they can be a little more brave, take a risk or two, and make a play.

Other top performers included:

•Center Tyler Horn. In one practice, offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland said his 6-4, 300-pounder junior “pulled a couple of calls out of his pocket.”
Miami coach Randy Shannon called Horn the team’s most improved player on offense during the spring.
“In the past, he would always fumble snaps,” Shannon said. “This year he didn’t even do that. (He) was making the calls, very smart, very into it. He was a guy that we said, if we’re going to be pretty good on offense, the center has to be the key.”
•Right tackle Jermaine Johnson. His prep basketball skills have helped his footwork greatly.
“He did an unbelievable job of going against the Allen Baileys, the Marcus Robinsons, guys that can really pass rush,” Shannon said.
•Bailey has gone from defensive end to tackle and now back. With that experience, he now feels he can take Petri’s terminology and “teach the young guys as much as I can.”

•End Adewale Ojomo, who missed all of last season with a broken jaw but appears ready to tear it up, made a bold comment about 6-3, 300-pound junior defensive tackle Micanor Regis.

“If he keeps up what he’s doing, he can be an All-American this season in my own personal opinion,” Ojomo said. “Micanor is consistently dominant. He’s been impressing me.”
•Another physical defensive tackle is 6-1, 315-pound sophomore Curtis Porter. Strength and conditioning coach Andreu Swasey said Regis and Porter have the physical tools to be really good. Marcus Forston, bothered by injuries for the past year, will have to really work to get his starting job back.
Porter isn’t shy about how his linemates are feeling about their abilities.
“We’re trying to bring back the ’80s, the ’80s swag,” Porter said. “Everybody talks about it, wants to get back to that old swag, to have the other team scared of you before you even enter on the field. It’s just intimidating people, man. That’s what we want to do.”
Swasey thinks this front has as much talent as the 2002 team that lost to Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl and had three first-round picks (Vince Wilfork, Jerome McDougle, William Joseph), a third (Andrew Williams), a fourth (Jamaal Green) and a fifth (Matt Walters).
•Junior linebacker Sean Spence has added about 20 pounds and looks like he’ll be in position to be a tackling machine.

•Cornerback Brandon Harris is an All-American, and safety Ray-Ray Armstrong has the makings of being something special, as shown by his two interceptions in the spring game.

Shannon, though, wants to see more.
“Wherever he finished up in the spring, he has to get better in the fall,” Shannon said. “And he finished up strong in some areas. Now in the summer he has to study film, get in the weight room, get bigger, faster and stronger.”
Of players who missed camp, the news was mostly good there, too.

It originally was thought that Cooper, injured in the Champs Sports Bowl, would miss the 2010 season. Shannon, however, isn’t ruling out a return.

“It depends on the body,” Shannon said. “A doctor or rehab may say you’re supposed to be out six months. But it depends on how the body reacts. Has he been working out in the weight room? Yes. Has he been going to rehab? Yes. He’s not walking around with a brace. He’s not running right at this time or doing those things. But he’s normal, not on crutches, and he’s looking like a regular person right now.

“I can’t really put a date or time, but from all prognoses, if he keeps doing what he’s doing, he’s going to be ready for the season.”

Harris, meanwhile, expected to be ready to throw by mid-May.

“He’ll be ready (for the preseason),” Shannon said. “He’ll definitely be ready. We had to make sure he was OK.”



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 7 years ago '07        #7418
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 Deeangoe said:

•Junior linebacker Sean Spence has added about 20 pounds and looks like he’ll be in position to be a tackling machine.
So he's up to 225, 230? Thats gonna be beastly. Everybody knew spence could ball, just needed to fill out
 7 years ago '06        #7419
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they are 21 now they are grown up man... we are gonna be a problem


“We’re trying to bring back the ’80s, the ’80s swag,” Porter said. “Everybody talks about it, wants to get back to that old swag, to have the other team scared of you before you even enter on the field. It’s just intimidating people, man. That’s what we want to do.”
Swasey thinks this front has as much talent as the 2002 team that lost to Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl and had three first-round picks (Vince Wilfork, Jerome McDougle, William Joseph), a third (Andrew Williams), a fourth (Jamaal Green) and a fifth (Matt Walters).

 7 years ago '04        #7420
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Recruiting Outlook: The WRs
May. 22, 2010

By: Nate Adelson





Kelvin Benjamin (left) and Sammy Watkins (right) are two of the top wide receivers in Florida.
A quick glance at Miami’s group of current receivers like Leonard Hankerson, Aldarius Johnson, Travis Benjamin, Laron Byrd, Thearon Collier, Kendal Thompkins, and Tommy Streeter reveals plenty of talent, speed, depth, and experience.

However, the whole idea behind recruiting is more about the future rather than the present. After signing only Allen Hurns in the past two recruiting classes, the Canes are looking to add likely three more names in the 2011 class. Those who decide to join the current class will be there to take the baton from the outgoing receivers in a couple years.

One name that Miami really likes is Belle Glade Glades Central’s Kelvin Benjamin (6-5, 210). Benjamin is impossible to stop at times with his ability to get the jump ball and the threat he poses in the redzone. Despite his height, he glides around very smoothly which is part of what makes him so unique. Miami is battling the usual suspects in Florida, Florida State, Georgia, and USC.

Another name the Canes would love to pull in is South Fort Myers’ Sammy Watkins (6-1, 180). Watkins had an unbelievable year in 2009 that started with 56 catches for 1246 yards and 17 touchdowns. He is also a capable safety as he came up with 50 tackles and 5 interceptions. His older brother, Jaylen Watkins, signed with Florida in the 2010 class but most feel that won’t have a huge effect on his recruitment.

Miami Northwestern’s Eli Rogers (5-10, 170) is Miami’s top choice as far as options for slot receiver. Rogers has a knack for the endzone and is dangerous with the ball in his hands. His size and speed won’t blow anyone away but he has shown that he makes plays when game time comes. He still isn’t very highly recruited as far as the biggest schools go but since Miami got involved early with him, he isn’t shy about saying the Canes are his top choice.

Yet another option comes from one of Miami’s favorite schools in St. Thomas Aquinas’ Phillip Dorsett (5-9, 167). Dorsett is another option in the slot and he has excellent speed in quickness. He grew up a huge fan of Miami but the Canes were later to get involved some other schools. North Carolina and Ohio State are firmly in the mix here but Miami has been helping themselves more recently with how much attention they have shown.

Another name that Miami has been high on ever since September is Tampa Jefferson’s Andre Davis (6-1, 180). Davis’ 72 catches for 1283 yards and 19 touchdowns will compare favorably against just about anybody. However, his lack of top end speed and explosiveness are somewhat of a concern. Miami is likely a slight favorite right now for him over schools like Florida State, South Florida, and Texas Tech.

Miami has increased their interest lately in another pass catcher from St. Thomas Aquinas, RaShad Greene (6-0, 170). Greene is becoming more of a complete target who does a lot of different things well. He has excellent speed and is also a dangerous punt returner. Miami is in the mix but Florida State is in strong position as is Georgia, where he lived until about a year ago.

Another name that has exploded over the past two or three months is Brooksville Nature Coast’s Ja’Juan Story (6-3, 190). Story looks like a college receiver already and he recently clocked a 4.37 40 yard dash, quite impressive for a guy his size. He was stuck in a run based offense last season which resulted in limited expose as he made only 13 catches. Florida and Ohio State are the main contenders along with Miami.

A few more from outside the state of Florida have received Miami offers in South Carolina’s Hakeem Flowers (6-2, 170), California’s George Farmer (6-2, 205), South Carolina’s Charone Peake (6-3, 191), and Illinois’ DaVaris Daniels (6-2, 164). All four have some level of interest in Miami but they are also very highly touted. That combined with the distance from home make them all unlikely for the Canes.

With all these names in the mix for a limited amount of spots, it will be interesting to see how things play out.

Who will be the first to commit, and how quickly will others follow so that they don’t lose their spot?
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