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 03-09-2007, 02:13 AM         #1061
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TERAZ MCCRAY Q&A

Q: How are you doing physically?


McCray: I'm feeling pretty good. We had some time off so my body had some time to get better.

Q: What have you worked on most this off-season?

McCray: I've been working on the fundamentals, the small things. I do the little things my coach says. I'm working on technique.

Q: What is your take on the defensive front this year?

McCray: Dix [Antonio Dixon] played last year, Eric [Moncur] played last year, Calais [Campbell] started last year. It's just a load for me because it's a lot of young tackles. I just show leadership and do my part.

Q: Some people think defensive tackle is somewhat of a question mark entering this year.

McCray: The only question is can we stay healthy throughout the season, throughout practices, can we go the long distance. Dix is in good shape right now, is able to play more plays than he was last year. We feel confident as a D line that everyone will do their job. Hopefully Joe Joseph and [Dwayne] Hendricks can do well. Hopefully everyone can step up.

Q: There's no DT depth chart right now?

McCray: There's no depth chart. Coach [Clint] Hurtt sends them in and out, who is in and out.

Q: Who have you been going up against in practices?

McCray: I've been going against D Mo [Derrick Morse] and [Andrew] Bain. I'm doing pretty well against them. I have to shake some rust off.

Q: What is the mood of the team?

McCray: Everybody's high energy, is moving at a fast temp. The offense is moving at a fast tempo. With coach Shannon you have to play with a lot of energy. He expects that out of everybody. He wants the best out of everybody. It's up-tempo.

Q: What's your take on Richard Gordon?

McCray: Last year he didn't really get a chance. He knows a couple of things, is getting more adjusted from tight end. He's getting adjusted to the defensive side of the ball.

Q: Would you say the offense or defense won the first three practices?

McCray: It's kind of a draw. The offense, I think their confidence level is high with new coaches. Everyone feels real fresh. Everyone's looking real fresh compared to last year where we just came out and beat them last year.

Q: Have you seen coach Shannon get fired up a lot already this spring?

Shannon: We had a couple of those moments where he's like a hands on coach. He tells you what he wants, tells you what you're doing wrong. He doesn't like you walking on the field, wants you to sprint everywhere, to all your drills. He stopped one thing we were doing and we did sprints because he didn't like what we were doing.

* Asked the defensive standouts at today's practice, McCray said, "Colin [McCarthy] made a couple of big plays, the linebackers made a couple of big plays, and Calais.

* It was revealed today that DL Eric Moncur had offseason surgery for a torn PCL in his knee, the same injury Darnell Jenkins is back from this spring.
 03-09-2007, 02:14 AM         #1062
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JAVARRIS JAMES Q&A

Q: How much more comfortable are you with a year under your belt?


James: The confidence level is up a lot more, given the chance you already know how guys are, you already get used to the speed of the game but I still have a lot to learn. Guys still teaching me and plus having a new coach is like starting all over again.

Q: What do you think about the new offense so far?

James: It's great I love it.

Q: You think Craig Cooper is going to have the same impact that you did in your freshman season?

James: Oh definitely. Craig Cooper is a special kid. He's going to be one of the best freshman running backs to come through here.

Q: Better than you?

James: Yeah, better than me.

Q: He said he's already gone to you for advice. What types of things have you told him?

James: I just told him just play for yourself, don't try to come out and do everything perfect. Because I remember I was sitting there just a couple of months ago trying to do everything right, all nervous and stuff. I just told him make sure you just be calm, it's just like high school.

Q: What about adjustments as far as coming from the high school game, you had a few endurance problems last year?

James: I came in out of shape because I came in injured out of high school and I wasn't able to run that much when I first got here. So I was just lifting a lot and now my endurance has come along. The game moves a lot faster and you have to think more. In high school it's easy to break a run. Now you have to give 100 percent every play it's just, that's the hardest adjustment.

Q: What have you changed?

James: Just working out a little bit more. I got a lot of body fat off, trying to make a lot more cuts working on my hands and stuff.

Q: What's different about the offense that you like?

James: Just the whole concept just guys, you have your receivers out there, they're going deep and they're running short routes and we're getting the ball thrown to us a lot more. The O-line is doing a lot better job with the concept and they give you more opportunity to make big runs.

Q: Do you like that aspect getting the ball thrown to you more?

James: Definitely as a running back I feel like all our running back corps has good hands and that's something coach (Patrick) Nix came in realizing that all of us can catch the ball out of the backfield. That just brings another aspect to the offense.

Q: Has Nix talked to you about having both you and Craig in the backfield at the same time?

James: Right now, there's no depth chart everyone's competing so we're really not talking about that.

Q: What are some of the specific things you did during the off-season to get in better shape?

James: That's my stuff. I don't give up my ideas.
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James: Oh definitely. Craig Cooper is a special kid. He's going to be one of the best freshman running backs to come through here.
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 03-10-2007, 04:52 PM         #1064
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March 9, 2007

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President Donna Shalala has said in the past year that she planned to upgrade Miami's athletic facilities.

She wasn't kidding.

The University of Miami has now embarked on an aggressive three year plan during which the school has set a goal of raising $70 million that will be used toward upgrading existing facilities for student athletes and building new ones.

UM has tabbed the campaign "The Sprint For Hurricane Athletics."

"So far we have raised $3 million in a few short weeks," says Lindsey Radeer, who is UM's a.ssociate Athletic Director for Development. "This year we did an a.ssessment after the football season about our greatest strengths and what were our challenges. Looking at our university's athletic department compared to others in the ACC and nationally, we really felt that it was a combination of a few areas where we could really improve, and we've kind of succeeded in an environment without strong facilities."

The football team will perhaps benefit most from the effort.

The team is getting a renovated weight training and conditioning area that will be triple its current size.

"We need to increase square footage of that drastically," Radeer said.

It will be built as an addition to the existing space adjacent to Greentree Practice Field.

There will also be a renovated medical facility and a new 2,000 square foot multipurpose football equipment facility that will serve as the primary storage space for all football field and travel equipment. That will be built on top of the current Hall of Fame building and will also house coaching offices.

"We've received a [monetary] commitment for that facility already," Radeer said.

In addition, coach Randy Shannon asked for and received a football facilities renovation fund that can be used at his discretion to continuously improve the facilities used by his team.

"That will go to continually improvising the football environment, whether it's the locker rooms, technology -- it's solely for football," Radeer said. "We've received almost $200,000 in donations already from former football athletes, and we have a board of trustee member who will be matching gifts from former football players to the fund. That's an ongoing fund, and we have a $5 million goal over the next three years for it."

Among the other Sprint campaign plans:

* A 50,000 square foot Academic Center for student athletes.

"That will house computer labs, private study and tutor areas just for athletes," Radeer said. "We would have a new building and it would serve as a new entrance for the Hecht Center. When families come for recruiting they'll be able to see a high impact area where a renovated Hall of Fame will stand, and it will be very impressive. That space we would build up on the Hall of Fame. We will drastically renovate it."

The school is hoping to raise $15 million for it through naming rights for the building.

* A new 10,000 square foot basketball practice facility for the men's and women's teams.

"We're going to expand the current location," Radeer said. "It will be adjacent to the BankUnited Center. We've submitted it for approval to Coral Gables."

* Money to complete the renovation of Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field -- there have been construction cost overruns with the current plan.

* Renovating the Neil Schiff Tennis Center with new lights, locker rooms and coaches' offices.

"We received many generous gifts this year for tennis," Radeer said.

* Renovating Cobb Stadium with a resurfaced track and additional bleacher seating.

"We're also going to add a new press box," Radeer said.

The plan is to build as the fundraising drive continues.

Within five years the school hopes to have most of the upgrades and new facilities completed.

"The current athletes are very excited over the next few years to see what changes will be," Radeer said. "And those who leave are willing to contribute and want to see their alma mater succeed. I know coach Shannon's very excited as well."
 03-10-2007, 04:52 PM         #1065
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March 10, 2007

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Chino (Calif.) Don Lugo High School WR/CB A.J. Pickens says he's receiving Hurricane recruiting mail.

"It's just about how the school works, how they'll be recruiting me," he said.

A 6-foot-0, 175-pounder with 4.45-second speed, he had 26 receptions for 959 yards last season. He added seven touchdowns rushing the ball.

He says his early top four is Miami, Arizona State, Washington and Oregon State.

"I like Miami as a team," said Pickens, who has a personal best 100 time of 10.9 seconds for his track team. "I'll be looking at them. That's the team I like in college football. I've been rooting for them for the last five or six years."

Pickens has good bloodlines. His father, Dwight, played at Fresno State and then was a receiver in the NFL for the 49ers and Chiefs.

"I've been giving him advice, basically to just enjoy this year, don't put too much pressure on yourself, make sure your grades are up to par and work hard," Dwight says. "If you work hard good things will happen."
 03-10-2007, 04:53 PM         #1066
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Wide receiver Darnell Jenkins will not participate in the rest of spring practice because of a family issue.


"Family is more important than football, and Darnell has to be there to take care of his family," coach Randy Shannon said. "We are all in agreement and want to do what's best for Darnell and his family. He will remain in school and rejoin us when practice starts in August."

Jenkins redshirted as a senior last year due to a torn PCL in his knee. He caught 13 passes for 183 yards in three games before the injury. Entering the season he had 49 career receptions for 492 yards and four touchdowns.

Jenkins had hoped to show he was back to form coming off the injury this spring, but now that will have to wait until the fall.

His absence means the team has only four healthy scholarship receivers practicing -- Sam Shields, Lance Leggett, Khalil Jones and Ryan Hill.

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 03-10-2007, 04:53 PM         #1067
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March 9, 2007

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A battle that plays out in the heads of many recruits throughout recruiting is how much they should consider the team they grew up rooting for vs. what school fits their needs best.


And that's a battle that will be ongoing in the head of Jacksonville First Coast LB Nigel Carr as recruiting heats up.

Carr is a lifelong Florida State fan and calls that his dream school.

But at the same time he says, "It's `Man, that's my dream right now, but I have to go where's best for me.' I'm just learning about every school right now."

Carr already has plenty of options. He lists 15 offers, including his top five of Miami, FSU, Florida, Georgia Tech and South Carolina.

He received a written Miami offer two days ago.

"I was surprised to get it because I didn't know Miami had seen my tape," Carr said. "I've talked to coach [Clint] Hurtt on the phone and he was just telling me how they like my tape and how they want me to come to the school, how they'll be recruiting me hard."

Carr adds of Miami that "I know they always have great linebackers -- Jon Vilma, Ray Lewis, Jon Beason -- they have a good defense also."

He says what's most important to him in a college program is "To help me go to the next level. So I want the best coaching because I want to play linebacker and want to go somewhere with a good linebacker tradition and good academics."

A 6-foot-3, 220-pounder with 4.5-second speed, Carr had 116 tackles, 13 sacks and an interception last season.

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 03-10-2007, 11:19 PM         #1068
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lmao n*ggas fav school is FSU. gtfoh then

nah just fu*kin around, if hes that good to get an offer then real recognize real
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 Black_Deuce said:
lmao n*ggas fav school is FSU. gtfoh then

nah just fu*kin around, if hes that good to get an offer then real recognize real
Clinton Portis' fav school when he was in high school was UF and look at him now... i bet we could turn this kid around too if he wants tho'
 03-11-2007, 04:53 PM         #1070
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yeah, its where the offers are. were still in his top 5 right now so if he doesnt get a better offer from State ( I doubt it since we need LBers more) im sure the canes will be getting strong consideration
 03-12-2007, 01:18 PM         #1071
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March 11, 2007

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Lakeland (FL) Kathleen High School DB/WR T.J. Lawrence has received only a couple of recruiting letters from the University of Miami so far.

But he says that's not keeping Miami out of his early top four.

He lists those favorites as Miami, Florida, Florida State and Virginia Tech.

He already lists several offers, including Virginia Tech, Ole Miss and Arizona State.

Lawrence says the schools recruiting him hardest are Virginia Tech, Boise State and Florida.

"Miami fits in high in my picture because it's a Florida school and I'd like to stay in Florida," the 6-foot-1, 185-pounder said.

Of what he wants in a college, Lawrence said, "Education, of course. And I have to like the coaching staff.

"I've never been to Miami and I'd love to check out Miami, but I'm not sure when I'll get down there."

Last season Lawrence finished with 52 receptions for 1,245 yards and 14 touchdowns. On defense he had 28 solo tackles and five interceptions.

He also returned a punt for a 75-yard touchdown.

"Some schools are recruiting me at receiver, others at defensive back," he says.
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It wasn't easy for Hurricane WR signee Kayne Farquharson to watch on in person at Miami's first spring practice this year.


The way he sees it, he should have been out there with the rest of the team.

But, because of a snafu with his academic credits, he is instead enrolled at Miami-Dade Community College.

"Everything's going well," he said. "As soon as I get these grades in the computer and get my official transcript I'll get to Miami as soon as possible."

Because of the paperwork involved he says he doesn't know if he'll be at UM for the first summer session.

"I have no idea, but that's my goal is to
get to that first session," Farquharson says.

As for what he saw at practice on Day 1, Farquharson said, "The receivers look good, the quarterbacks look good and the running backs look good. Everyone looked like they were on point in 7 on 7 and 11 on 11 drills.

"I was just observing the depth of yardage of the routes, route adjustments, certain calls."

The Hurricanes have only three scholarship receivers with experience on the roster - Lance Leggett, Sam Shields and Darnell Jenkins.

Farquharson sees the opportunity to step right on the field and make an immediate impact.

"Oh, man, I've been preparing for this since my JUCO days," said Farquharson, who attended El Camino (Calif.) Junior College the last two years. "It's not really getting prepared, it's getting situated right academically. The football aspect is no problem, it's like second nature."

Farquharson says he isn't following any set workout plan right now.

He's just doing workouts on his own to get stronger and faster. He hasn't been doing any route-running yet.

"I do a little running on my own, go to a local park, do some 100's," he said. "I go to the (YMCA) and lift some weights. So I stay in shape.

"I feel a little faster since JUCO."

Even though he signed in December, Farquharson wasn't listed as an official UM signee on Signing Day as he continues to work on his academics.

"Everything happens for a reason, so I believe there's a reason why I'm getting into school late," he said. "I don't agree with the reason. I just have to adjust. Everything's going to be good. I'm the type of guy that deesn't have bad days, doesn't slump over."

Asked his goals as a freshman, Farquharson said, "One game at a time, you know? There's only one game on the schedule for me, and that's Marshall -- to see them by any means necessary."
 03-12-2007, 01:19 PM         #1073
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March 12, 2007

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Yazoo City (MS) High School WR Ronnie Tubbs began getting recruited by Miami in December.


At the time he says he was told that, if he made his grades, he would get a scholarship offer.

He didn't get the test score he needed by Signing Day.

But now he has.

He scored a 20 on the ACT, which combined with his 2.5 grade-point average qualifies him for admission to college. His previous best score on the ACT was a 16.

Tubbs has always wanted to be a Hurricane.

And now he hopes it's on the verge of happening.

"I think I'll be going to Miami," Tubbs says.

What he hasn't heard for sure is if the Canes will take him.

"I've been talking to Joe Pannunzio," Tubbs said. "He's telling me I fit in real well there.

"I think it's going to be a done deal for Miami. I think in April I'll know for sure."

He made the score a couple of weeks ago and immediately called Pannunzio.

The two have been in regular contact since.

"I just talked to him again on Thursday," Tubbs said. "He told me they're going to try and get everything straight with my [high school] coaches. I haven't talked to Randy Shannon yet."

Tubbs says he plans on taking a visit to Miami at some point in the near future.

He says, at 6-foot-3, 185 pounds and with 4.45-second speed, he hears comparisons to NFL great Jerry Rice in his playing style.

He had 64 receptions for 864 yards and 16 touchdowns this year. As a junior he had 54 catches for 834 yards and 14 scores.
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 03-13-2007, 05:56 PM         #1075
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Ocala (FL) Vanguard High School TE Jeff Hawkins has been getting recruiting mail from schools like Florida State, Georgia Tech and South Carolina.

He's hoping to get his first Cane letter soon.

And the Canes are hearing from him first.

"I'll be checking out Miami - I'll be down there this upcoming Friday and Saturday," said Hawkins, a 6-foot-4, 242-pounder with 4.7-second speed. "I'm going to visit the campus, will go out there and see what's going on. My dad's been back and forth contacting their coaches."

Hawkins was used primarily as a blocker last year, finishing with 13 catches for 195 yards and one touchdown.

"I know he's interested in Miami, and he's a can't-miss guy," Vanguard High coach Will Holley said. "He's got great size, is very quick and agile. He has great strength, power cleans 275 and is on our weight lifting team. He's a good power blocker, zone blocker. He's a good one."

Hawkins says he's "always liked Miami -- they have so many great tight ends coming out of there."

He lists his early top five as Miami, FSU, Georgia Tech, South Carolina and UCF.
 03-13-2007, 05:57 PM         #1076
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March 13, 2007

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Dunnellon (FL) High School LB Lerentee McCray says he received a Miami scholarship offer two weeks ago.


"When they originally offered me it was over the phone and they said they'd send it in the mail -- I received that a week ago," said McCray, a 6-foot-2, 200-pounder with 4.5-second speed.

It was new Cane linebacker coach Michael Barrow, a former UM and NFL star, that initially made the verbal offer.

"I admire him a lot and he played in the NFL, so he can teach me a lot of things," McCray said. "When I talked to him I said `I remember watching your game when you played the Saints.' His team got blown out of that game, so he didn't like that too much. But that game stuck out in my mind because he had told the media something after the game and they kept broadcasting it. We talked about 45 minutes or an hour."

He says he has formed a good rapport with Barrow.

Including the Miami offer, McCray now has 15 scholarship offers.

"Miami, Florida, South Carolina, Virginia Tech and a couple of other schools are up there," McCray said of his frontrunners. "I've always wanted to be a Miami Hurricane, so they'll always be in my top 2 no matter what. I just grew up watching Miami."

Last year McCray had 100 tackles with 12 sacks and an interceptions. He also played tailback and fullback and had three touchdowns.

McCray says he has no plans to make an early decision and says he hopes to be in Miami at the end of the month to watch a practice or two.
 03-14-2007, 01:01 PM         #1077
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Miami Edison High School DB Judah Linder is getting plenty of recruiting mail from programs like Florida, Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Auburn and Rutgers.

But not Miami.

He hopes that changes in the near future.

"Miami, that's a school I would like to go to," said Linder, a 6-foot-1, 185-pounder who ran a 4.45-second SPARQ time in the 40-yard dash. "I am from Miami, and I like the Miami team -- they're very aggressive, the defense pursues to the ball. Wherever the ball goes they're there."

He says he's a big Hurricane fan.

"If Miami offers that's probably where I'd go," he says.

As a junior Linder finished with 55 tackles and three interceptions while playing free safety.

What is he looking for in a college?

"What I look for is No. 1 they have to have a good program, and No. 2 I want a very aggressive defense," he says. "I also want good coaching."

Linder has earned a couple of nicknames in high school: Baby T and Hit Stick.

"I get compared to Sean Taylor, so they call me Baby T," he says. "But they mostly call me Hit Stick because I love to hit."
 03-14-2007, 01:02 PM         #1078
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Jacksonville (Fla.) Mandarin High School TE Sean Stackhouse lists one scholarship offer.

It's from Miami.

And he received it two weeks ago.

"I was walking in my locker room and my coach came by and says, with his every day tone, `You just got an offer from Miami,'" Stackhouse said. "He didn't crack a smile or anything. I looked at him like I couldn't believe it. I was shocked, surprised, happy.

"I know Miami's a real big tight end school, and if I wanted to hear from any program it would be Miami."

Stackhouse says he will be visiting Miami the weekend of the Spring Game and that, if he likes everything, "I'm probably going to go ahead and go with it -- if I like it I'll commit or keep them at the very top."

The 6-foot-4, 245-pounder with 4.8-second speed is being recruited by coach Clint Hurtt.

"I've talked to him three times now and he just says keep in touch and he'll be in for spring football [at Mandarin High]," Stackhouse says.

Stackhouse finished his junior year with 33 receptions for 333 yards. He had no touchdowns and a pair of two-point conversions.

He's started since the ninth grade.

"He has great hands," Mandarin High coach J.D. Hall says. "And his strength is in the run game. He's dominant as far as blocking. We were able to rush for close to 2,000 yards, and a lot of it is mainly because of Sean. At 6-4 he gives us a lot of advantages as far as catching the ball. He was Second Team All-Conference as a junior in this area as a tight end -- he had to go up statistic-wise against wideouts because there's not a category for tight ends."
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The University of Miami will unveil new uniforms for the 2007 football season, announced head coach Randy Shannon. The new uniforms, crafted by Nike, are similar to those worn for the past three seasons, with a couple of minor aesthetic changes, including different striping on the front and back and wider jersey numbers. The Hurricanes will also wear black shoes, but the traditional white helmet with the split U logo will remain unchanged.

The new uniforms will debut on September 1 when the Hurricanes host Marshall to kick off the 2007 season.

The new uniforms will continue to be made of a revolutionary, yet more durable lightweight stretch material that is form-fitting for performance enhancement. The material is moisture management capable, meaning it removes sweat and/or rain from the body and allows it to evaporate. Other goals set out by Nike with this particular design include improving ventilation and creating a distinctive visual look.


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