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 10 years ago '04        #1261
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Position Breakdown: DT
Clint Hurtt is searching for a "true war daddy" to man the middle of the defense's front line.

Miami's defensive line coach believes the defensive tackles will be one of the more critical keys to Miami's success next season, and he spent this spring pushing his tackles to hold up their end of the team's contract to one another.

Hurtt said defensive tackle is a position where you have to work together, kind of like the safeties and all three of the linebackers. Without teamwork there will be breakdowns that lead to big plays. Defensive tackles are responsible for stuffing the run and protecting the linebackers. That groups significance is the reason why I made them my first position breakdown in a series of blogs I'll do to wrap up the spring.

"You are only as good as the guy next to you," Hurtt said. "Look at all the great ones we had. When you had Cortez Kennedy you had Russell Maryland. When you had Vince Wilfork here you had William Joseph, and Orien Harris was pretty good next to him. These guys have to work together."

Right now Hurtt believe he's got one solid piece in senior Teraz McCray but is searching for two more tackles to be productive in a three-man rotation. Exiting the spring Antonio Dixon, Dwayne Hendricks and Josh Holmes are the front-runners.

"It's the easiest position to play mentally, the hardest physically," said Hurtt, who played defensive tackle at Miami before his body fell apart on him. "I'm proud of the kids because they haven't played a lot of ball. Dixon got in the game a little bit last year but hasn't played nearly enough football because of his conditioning. Dwayne Hendricks played maybe eight snaps a game last year. Teraz is the only one that has valuable experience and he's been the most consistent of them all the whole spring.

"I'm proud of [Teraz] because, I shouldn't say this, but he's been healthy the whole spring, and as a result his game has taken the next step," Hurtt continued. "His next step was being fundamentally sound each and every snap. He's been a flash guy and everyone was wondering when is he going to put it all together. This spring he's put it all together."

Hurtt said Hendricks and Holmes have gotten tremendously better this spring. Redshirted freshman Chaz Washington got off to a slow start but closed strong.

When asked how many snaps Dixon, who is presently weighing around 335 pounds, could play at a high level Hurtt predicted he'd be good for 20 a game. His goal is to get Dixon to 30 by the fall, and eventually 40 a game before his career is over in two years.

"Anyone worth their salt in the middle isn't going to be able to play at their very best for more than 40 snaps. If you get a true war daddy, maybe 50 snaps a game," Hurtt said. "When Vince Wilfork was at his best here we never had Vince in the game for more than 40 to 45 in a game."

While Hurtt acknowledged he's been hard on Dixon, pushing him to continue to lose weight and get in better shape, he did admit Dixon has come a long way from when he first arrived at UM.

Dixon has the most potential of all the players on the unit because he collapses the pocket when fresh, pushing a offensive lineman two or more yard into the backfield, which Hurtt said re-establishes the line of scrimmage. Players like him change running lanes, forcing the running back to adapt on the fly. Good one's can, average ones can't. Good ones also speed up a quarterbacks internal clock. When Dixon's not fresh he's just leaning on linemen and that's the habit UM's trying to break.

"He won't take the next step to be a great player here until he disciplines himself to keep his weight down," Hurtt said. "He's a big key to this whole thing. We'll be as success on defense as he is at getting and keeping his weight down."
 04-11-2007, 03:19 PM         #1262
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Our class is looking so nice already.. I can't wait to go to the games this year..
 04-11-2007, 06:30 PM         #1263
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rakim is back bi*ches...
 10 years ago '05        #1264
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 Black_Deuce said:
rakim is back bi*ches...
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 10 years ago '04        #1265
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 RakimAllahNY said:
Our class is looking so nice already.. I can't wait to go to the games this year..
YOU BACK n*gga!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:applause:

*drops a tear from the eye*

Thought we'd lost u for a minute.
 10 years ago '06        #1266
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if we keep all these players from broward and dade county from going else were

Sabino, futch, robinson, Marcus Forston, and Aldarius Johnson

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 10 years ago '04        #1267
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April 12, 2007

Gary Ferman, CaneSport Magazine

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Dunnellon (FL) High School LB Lerentee McCray took an unofficial visit to Miami two weeks before spring practice ended.

He's also already taken unofficial visits to Florida and South Carolina.

"Miami went pretty well, and Florida and South Carolina were pretty good also," the 6-foot-2, 200-pounder with 4.5-second speed said. "At Miami I watched practice, got a chance to talk to players and coaches. They were just telling me about the school, that when I make my decision to go with my heart."

McCray lists his favorites as Miami, Auburn, Florida, FSU, Clemson, South Carolina and Virginia Tech.

Of where UM fits in among his favorites -- he previously listed the Canes in his top two -- he said, "They're still pretty high. But now there's no real top three or anything like that."

What is he looking for in a college?

"I'm basically looking for the atmosphere and how things work around campus," McCray said.

He spoke with coach Randy Shannon while he was at Miami.

"He was telling me the same thing that everyone else was telling me," McCray said. "He also said not to let people tell me what to do."

Last year McCray had over 100 tackles with 11 sacks.

He says he has no timetable for making a final decision.

"I think it'll be a tough decision," he said. "It's not going to be easy. If it was easy I could make it right now."
 04-12-2007, 03:22 PM         #1268
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I can't wait for this season. I wonder how much Marve is gonna play
 04-12-2007, 11:55 PM         #1269
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Ra is back bi*ches

fu*k the haters

the U is k!lling your favorite teams next season


Rakim lets get some news, huh lol
 10 years ago '06        #1270
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soembody hook it up with that SOUTH FLORIDA SURGE article

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 04-13-2007, 11:48 AM         #1271
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April 13, 2007

Matt Shodell, CaneSport Magazine

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Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna High School LB Jordan Futch attended Miami's Spring Game.

But he wanted to see more.

So he took an unofficial visit to UM two days ago.


"Oh, man, it went well," said Futch, who lists a Cane offer. "I met with the academic staff, me and my mom, they gave us a tour of the school, the business school, I met all the players that were there. I got to see the classes, which were really nice at the business school. I also sat down with the coaches, met with coach [Michael] Barrow and coach [Randy] Shannon. We were there for four hours."

Futch says Shannon "talked about recruiting, the school, how they conduct practice and how they're turning things around. He said they want me to come, that I'd be a great a.sset to the program."

Futch said Barrow was selling him on the possibility of early playing time.

"He said with [Glenn] Cook and [Tavares] Gooden leaving I have a chance to get playing time right away," Futch said. "He said it'd be great for me to come there and help the program get turned around. He said the recruiting class will be really good if they get guys they want, and I'm one they want."

Futch had a chance to watch players working out and also spoke with some team members.

"I met with a lot of players -- Kenny Phillips, Graig Cooper, Doug Wiggins, Kirby Freeman, Romeo Davis, a lot of others," Futch said. "They were all excited, knew about me. They were saying come out here and you'll have a great chance of playing and that they're turning the program around.

"They were saying it'd be great to have me come in and help the program out. Romeo said I should come there, that it's a great school and we have a good chance of winning, that coach Shannon's turning everything around."

Futch says he let the coaches know just how interested he is in becoming a Cane.

"I said they're at the top of the list, that they have a great school, a great program, I see a great future for Miami," Futch said.

Futch has some other visits to take before he'll make anything official.

He will take in Notre Dame in May and will also visit USC and Florida.

"My plan is to decide by the end of May," Futch said.

For now, at least, the Canes are in very good shape.

"Right now they're at the top of the list, but I'm still looking at everybody, weighing my options," Futch said.
 04-13-2007, 11:49 AM         #1272
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April 13, 2007

Gary Ferman, CaneSport Magazine

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Norcross (GA) High School WR Brice Butler lists 30 scholarship offers.

Including Miami.


"Miami offered me a little over a week ago," Butler said. "I didn't talk to coaches afterward, but they talked to my dad and my coaches. They were saying `We saw him play and we'd like to offer him a scholarship.'

"I know a lot about Miami's program, but not a lot about the new coach. I don't know how they're going to do under the new head coach. Hopefully they do well."

Butler says he grew up watching Miami play games on TV "so I know a lot about them."

As a junior he had 35 receptions for 680 yards with nine touchdowns.

"I get compared to Chad Johnson by my coaches, and the Arizona State coach told me that, too," Butler said.

Butler says he hopes to have his favorites narrowed down by the summer.

Asked where Miami fits in among his favorites, Butler said, "Just like all the other ones. I'm not sure where I'm going to college right now."
 04-13-2007, 05:17 PM         #1273
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Good articles... anyone have a report on the spring games or canefest this spring?


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 10 years ago '04        #1274
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good to see all my fellow hurricane n*ggaz up in dis bi*ch
 10 years ago '04        #1275
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April 13, 2007
Spring Hardware
I'm not going to pretend I've been busy thinking about what I saw in Saturday's Spring Game. To be honest, most of it is a blur from boredom. No offense. Not much interest. I'm sure you all felt the same way. Neverthless, I'm going to try and give you my opinion on who impressed me and what I learned from talking to Miami's positions coaches.

I'd love to break down every single position over the next week or so, so we have something to talk about since we've entered the dead period. I'll get to that in a minute, but the Canes have been busy recruiting and I've been lazy to report it. Canesport and Canestime have been all over it. UM has five commitments for 2008 according to the websites including three defensive tackles. The early five are:

DT Justin Thompson, 6-5, 290 from El Camino JUCO.
DT Micanor Regis, 6-3, 310 from Pahokee, Fla.
DT Jeremy Lewis, 6-3, 275 from West Palm Beach
OL Brandon Washington, 6-4, 314 from Miami Northwestern
DB Patrick Johnson, 6-1, 193, 4.44-speed from Pompano Beach Ely

I'd love to tell you this is significant. But last I checked we're in April. February is 10 months away. After covering high schools for five years in Miami-Dade, I can tell you commitments this early from 17-year olds are about as valid as my commitment to never eating a hamburger again. The only way that's going to happen is if McDonald's, Burger King and Wendy's all shutdown for good. And that's not going to happen. Kids are going to want to make their trips. And you never know what can happen when they do that -- even if they are sold on a school from Day One. Patrick Johnson is most certainly the stud of early commitments and the most hyped player of the bunch. I haven't seen him play, but I'm hoping to catch him at some point. There are plenty of camps going on this weekend and I'll be at the one Saturday morning at Traz Powell Stadium where most of Miami-Dade's top players will be working out for Recruitflix.com.

All in all, the one thing you should take from these early five commitments to The U is the fact that The Commander and crew have certainly changed some attitudes locally and around the country about the program. This time last year the buzz in the recruiting world around UM was darn-near death. This year The U seems like a live-wire cooking up some zzzing. Good sign early.

OFFENSIVE MVP: As for the hardware for this spring. I asked Patrick Nix Saturday to give me an offensive MVP for this spring. Considering how bad the offense looked I might has well been asking Nix to shave my back. He couldn't and wouldn't. So I did the next best thing. I asked the defensive players. Naturally, the player who created the most buzz overall was freshman Graig Cooper. Super Coop climbed the charts and right past Charlie Jones for the No. 2 spot behind Javarris James. I know. There is no depth chart. But I'm making mine up and I say Cooper is going to be No. 2. He's too good. Too fast. Too everything and what UM needs more of: they're called playmakers.

But I'm not going to give Cooper the award. He was hurt and didn't play enough. The quarterbacks certainly aren't getting it and neither are the receivers. Did they actually play this spring? I'm going with the second guy whose name I heard dropped the most: offensive lineman Chris Rutledge. With three potential starters out with injuries, C-Rut got snaps at both guard and tackle and maybe did enough to move into the top 5 spots on the team behind Jason Fox and Reggie Youngblood, the two tackles, and Derrick Morse and Andrew Bain, the guards. Matt Pipho could end up playing center, but I think Morse will end up getting the nod at center in the fall and Rutledge will move into his guard spot. "I think he made tremendous improvement of the course of the spring and was one of the most improved players out of the group," offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland said. Rutledge is also the guy Calais Campbell dropped when I asked him who had made the most strides on the o-line.

I will give honorable mention to a few people, namely the tight ends, who I thought did a pretty good job catching and making plays in the short passing game. Charlie Jones also deserves mention for making a few nice catches out of the backfield and making a few plays on the ground.

DEFENSIVE MVP: This isn't as easy a decision as you would think. Yes, Calais Campbell is the best player on the field, offense or defense. But Kenny Phillips had a great spring as did most defensive players. But I'm going with Campbell right now because he's the reigning champ from last year and is absolutely unblockable when he's at his best. His three sacks Saturday were cake for him. I really believe there is a chance he could be a top three pick in the NFL Draft next year -- with Phillips not far behind.

But enough about Calais, who needs a catchy nickname (I'd love to hear what you guys can up with). The guys who moved and shaked on defense and earn high honorable mention are end Eric Moncur, tackle Josh Holmes and linebacker Colin McCarthy, who I predict will all be in the starting lineup come the season-opener against Marshall. There is no question where the weakspot on this defense is -- linebacker. McCarthy, though, looks like he's smart enough to be in there all the time. He outplayed Tavares Gooden and in my mind passed him on the weakside. Moreover, the only thing that will stop Moncur stopping opposite Campbell is an injury. Teraz McCray is a lock at tackle and Holmes is in better shape than Antonio Dixon and a better player than Dwayne Hendricks right now.

OK, a few other notes to get in. Former Hurricanes point guard Denis Clemente will not end up going to Kansas State. I've been told the Wildcats aren't looking for a guard
 10 years ago '04        #1276
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April 14, 2007

Jim Martz, CaneSport Magazine

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Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna LB Tarik Rollins took an unofficial visit to UM during the spring.

He attended practice and toured the campus.


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"I just went down to check out the practice," Rollins said. "I talked to coach [Michael] Barrow the most. He was saying he'll be watching me and that he's impressed with me."

Rollins is being recruited by Miami but doesn't have a Cane offer yet.

"They said they like my size and they're going to keep an eye on me and will visit me at practices, said Rollins, a 6-foot-3, 201-pounder with 4.7-second speed.

Rollins currently lists offers from South Carolina, Ole Miss, Wisconsin, Arizona State and UCF.

"I'm open right now," said Rollins, who has a former teammate that plays at South Carolina.

He says, if Miami offers, "It would still be open, but they'd be ranked high."

As a junior Rollins played outside linebacker and had 85 tackles, five interceptions, five sacks, three forced fumbles and a fumble recovery.

He says what he's looking for in a college is "Facilities, coaching style and playing time."

Rollins grew up an FSU fan -– his uncle, Jeffrey Rollins, played there.
 10 years ago '04        #1277
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April 13, 2007

JC Shurburtt
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South Florida top 10 prospects | Best of the rest | Sleepers | Vote: Your pick for South Florida's best

After a couple of recruiting cycles that didn't possess the sizzle of past years, South Florida is back. It's a resurgent year for talent in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties in the Class of 2008.

Wednesday's release of the Pre-Evaluation Rivals100 featured seven South Florida prospects (all of which are below), and several others were strongly considered for inclusion on the elite list.

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By comparison, the final Class of 2007 Rivals100 featured four prospects from the area (Doug Wiggins, Major Wright, Deonte Thompson and Armando Allen). The final Class of 2006 Rivals100 featured three players from the area: (Charles Deas, Tervaris Johnson and Sam Young).

It's a good thing that the region is set produce more talent, because more programs are putting a heavier emphasis on the region this year. In addition to Miami (Fla.), Florida and Florida State recruiting South Florida heavily, other regional programs like Alabama and LSU have been particularly active.

The Crimson Tide, led by a.ssistant coach Lance Thompson, have used new coach Nick Saban's name recognition (he was coach of the Miami Dolphins before heading to 'Bama) and Thompson's ties to the state (he came to Tuscaloosa from UCF) to open doors with several prospects in the area.


Marcus Forston is one of seven South Florida prospects in the Pre-Evaluation Rivals100.
Given that it appears to be a down year in the state of Louisiana, the Tigers are faced with the task of heading out-of-state to sign talent. Recruiters Earl Lane (who pulled offensive lineman Ernest McCoy out of Glades Central last year) and D.J. McCarthy (who, like Thompson, used to coach at UCF and has ties to the area) have been active early.

North Carolina, attempting to capitalize on the name recognition of Butch Davis, a former Miami head coach, has been active in the early going. Ace recruiter John Blake has the area for the Tar Heels.

Georgia Tech also has been active in South Florida during the early going of the 2008 cycle.

The usual suspects are hitting the area as well.

Auburn has made a living in Broward County over the years and continues to mine that area - along with Dade and Broward - for prospects. Eddie Gran is one of the top recruiters in the Southeastern Conference and does an excellent job in the region.

Rivals.com Top 25 recruiter Trooper Taylor typically has recruited South Florida for Tennessee in the past. South Carolina has running backs coach Robert Gillespie, a former Florida Gator, recruiting the region. Ole Miss, Georgia, Clemson, West Virginia and others have also made their presence felt early.

The major in-state programs also devote their share of resources to the area. New Miami linebackers coach Michael Barrow has made a difference in the early going with a number of prospects. Florida has three-time Rivals.com Top 25 recruiter John Holliday recruiting the area, while Florida State now has former North Carolina State coach Chuck Amato and new wide receivers coach Lawrence Dawsey recruiting the area. Both are highly respected recruiters.

And don't forget Central Florida. The Golden Knights have been aggressive in the region and are emerging as a realistic option for many South Florida prospects. Last year, UCF signed 10 prospects from the region, including athlete Kamar Aiken from Chaminade-Madonna. They also inked three prospects, including standout wide receiver/defensive back Alphonso Bryant, from Homestead High.

Florida International, Florida Atlantic and South Florida also do a fair share of recruiting in the region.

Below is an early look at the top 10 prospects in South Florida for this year's class and a breakdown of several other Division I-A prospects in the area.

South Florida top 10
Marcus Forston
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6-3, 300, DT, Miami Northwestern
Forston is a powerful and quick defensive tackle prospect that plays for the most dominant high school football team in South Florida. He could play nose tackle, "two" technique or "three" technique along the interior of a defensive line at the next level.

Recruiting update: Forston holds scholarship offers from Miami (Fla.), Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, North Carolina, Notre Dame and Rutgers, among others. Most believe he will ultimately commit to Miami, his favorite.
Jordan Futch
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6-3, 202, LB, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna
Futch is a tall, rangy linebacker prospect with excellent speed (he ran a 4.58-second 40-yard dash at the Miami NIKE Combine in February) and quickness. He also is a very intelligent prospect and has advanced knowledge of the game.

Recruiting update: Futch has multiple scholarship offers and recently picked up the one he was waiting on when Miami offered. The Hurricanes are the leaders here and are in the driver's seat for now. However, watch Florida - which recently offered.
Karnell Hatcher
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6-2, 190, S, Delray Beach Atlantic Community
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Hatcher isn't going to win many footraces with lightning-fast wide receivers, but he obliterates ball carriers in run support and plays the game with little regard for his safety. That makes him a highly-desired prospect.

Recruiting update: Call Miami the favorite to land Hatcher, but LSU, Alabama and other programs are strongly in the mix. Florida hasn't offered yet, but the Gators could shoot up Hatcher's list if they do.
Janoris Jenkins
6-0, 180, CB, Pahokee
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Jenkins is one of the best all-around high school football players in the state of Florida. He's impressive on offense, impressive on defense and impressive on special teams. He has good hips and will likely find a home at corner in college.

Recruiting update: Jenkins named Clemson his leader early in the process. While the Tigers are still in the thick of things, look for Miami (Fla.) and Florida to become major players before all is said and done.
Aldarius Johnson
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6-2, 194, WR, Miami Northwestern
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Johnson has good speed (4.47 in the 40) and tremendous strength for a wide receiver. He was nearly unstoppable last year. He caught more than 70 passes for 1,361 yards in helping Northwestern finish 16-0 en route to the Florida 6A title.

Recruiting update: Johnson has offers from Miami, Florida, Florida State and North Carolina. Expect him to stay in-state. Some rumors have swirled that the Hurricanes aren't pursuing him as hard as one would think because he could have academic issues.
Patrick Johnson
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6-1, 195, CB, Pompano Beach Ely
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Johnson is one of the nation's elite cornerback prospects. He has good size, ball skills and outstanding recovery speed. During the Miami NIKE Camp, Johnson had multiple interceptions against some of the top receivers in South Florida.

Recruiting update: Johnson committed to Miami on April 5 after considering offers from Florida State (where his cousin Bryant McFadden was a standout corner), Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Ohio State and others.
Marcus Robinson
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6-2, 215, LB, Homestead
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Robinson is a tremendous athlete (4.47 in the 40, 4.29 in the shuttle and a 37-plus inch vertical leap) and also a tremendous football player. At Homestead, he plays with his hand down most of the time but will have little issue playing up in college.

Recruiting update: LSU and other out-of-state programs are highly interested in Robinson, but the Miami Hurricanes are in the driver's seat. Homestead's own Michael Barrow, the Hurricanes' new linebackers coach, is leading the charge.
Etienne Sabino
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6-3, 230, LB, Miami Krop
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Sabino has the size and athleticism to play either middle linebacker or defensive end at the college level. He's a very intelligent player, so he's likely a better fit at linebacker (it's also his high school position) where he can quarterback the defense.

Recruiting update: Sabino's recruitment intensified during the week of the Miami NIKE Camp when Notre Dame, USC, Miami, Tennessee, Florida and other heavy-hitters offered him scholarships. He's open to all suitors at this time.
Greg Shaw
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6-6, 280, OT, Monsignor Pace
Shaw in action
Shaw, the brother of Louisville linebacker and former Carol City recruit Willie Williams, is a physically impressive offensive tackle who can dominate opponents. His long arms and frame give him NFL potential.

Recruiting update: Shaw is wide-open at the moment. Louisville is in the mix, but doesn't lead. Georgia Tech, LSU, Florida State, Florida, Miami and other schools are being considered. He mentions the Yellow Jackets often, though, and will make an unofficial visit there later this month.
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Brandon Washington
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6-4, 310, OG, Miami Northwestern
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Washington, who recently transferred from Booker T. Washington to Northwestern, has the potential to become a dominating interior offensive line prospect in college. Washington was one of the top offensive linemen at the Miami NIKE camp.

Recruiting update: Washington committed to Miami on March 28 over Notre Dame, Rutgers, Auburn, Oklahoma, Florida State and Florida. He has stated several times since then that he is firm in his commitment.

Best of the rest
Broward: Chris Anderson, RB, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna; Dorian Graham, DB, Fort Lauderdale Saint Thomas Aquinas; Patrick Joseph, LB, South Broward; Jeremy Longo, DE, Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons
Dade: George Baker, DB, Miami Archbishop Carroll; Thearon Collier, DB, Miami Booker T. Washington; Brandon Harris, DB, Miami Booker T. Washington; Davon Johnson, WR, Miami Booker T. Washington; Benjamin Jones, DE, Miami Northwestern; Corey Liuget, DE/TE, Hialeah; Brian Moore, OL, Coral Gables Ransom Everglades; Sean Spence, LB, Miami Northwestern, Tommy Streeter, WR, Miami Northwestern
Palm Beach: Star Jackson, QB, Lake Worth; Jeremy Lewis, DT, Palm Beach Lakes; Joe Looney, OG, Lake Worth; Martavious Odoms, WR, Pahokee; Micanor Regis, DT, Pahokee
Five sleepers
Tyrone Brantley, WR, Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson: The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Brantley has excellent size and speed. He could also project as a safety in college.
Jeremiah Harden, RB/WR, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas: Harden is a dynamic playmaker who could fit in a number of positions in college. He's also a winner, coming from STA.
John Lejiste, CB, Delray Beach Atlantic Community: The 6-foot-1, 191-pound Lejiste has excellent speed (4.44 in the 40) and several college recruiters are high on him.
Malcolm Munroe, LB, Miami Coral Reef: Munroe was outstanding during the Miami NIKE Camp. He has good size (6-4, 205) and footwork.
Derrick Warthen, APB, Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson: The speedy Warthen was outstanding at the Miami NIKE. He could play slot receiver or running back in college.
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dipset kid0221 1 heat pts
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What happened to the QB at Northwestern?
 10 years ago '06        #1280
DEDOS 121 heat pts121
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what the fu*k happened to Tervaris Johnson and ryan hill

are these guys even getting reps in practice
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