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 06-02-2007, 12:23 PM         #1461
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June 1, 2007

CaneSport News Wire

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The University of Miami has retained DHR International to lead the search for its new Athletic Director. DHR Executive Vice President, Education and Sports Practice Pat Richter and Executive Vice President and Global Sector Leader of Sports Glenn Sugiyama will work with UM's Senior Vice President of Business and Finance Joe Natoli on coordinating the process and identifying candidates for the position. Richter, former Director of Athletics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1989 to 2004, was recruited by UM President Donna E. Shalala when she was Chancellor there.

"We are going after the best candidates in the country to run our intercollegiate athletic program," said President Shalala. "Working with Pat and Glenn, we are going to identify and recruit a new Athletic Director who has management experience, strong fundraising abilities, embraces our 'Cane culture and wants to take our programs to the next level. A prefect candidate will have these qualities and more."

The search for the University's next athletic director will begin this summer with the intention of presenting candidates next spring.

"I am so pleased that the University of Miami and President Shalala selected DHR International for this most important a.ssignment," said Pat Richter. "Working with her at Wisconsin gives me a unique perspective that can be put to great use in identifying the best candidates."

Richter, a businessman and lawyer, is a former NFL receiver and nine-time UW letter winner. Under his direction, the Badgers' Athletic program eliminated its financial deficit and built an operating reserve of more than $6 million. He also oversaw the construction of numerous first-class athletic facilities there while the Badgers won three national championships and 51 Big Ten team titles. Richter is a former executive with Oscar Meyer Foods Corporation and practicing attorney.

Sugiyama, in addition to leading the firm's Global Sports Practice, is a member of DHR's Consumer, Media & Entertainment, and Diversity practices. He is a former Division I college basketball coach and is currently a member of the National Governing Board for Grassroots Basketball of America.

Sugiyama is a member of DHR's Consumer, Media & Entertainment, and Diversity practices and is a former Division I college basketball coach. In addition to holding several president and senior-level executive positions at various companies, Sugiyama became one of the youngest directors of a major U.S. pro sports team when he was named to the Board of Directors of the former world champion Chicago Bulls. He graduated from Michigan State University and was a member of the advisory board of the University of Illinois School of Business.

For more information on DHR International, a "Top 5" executive search firm, visit .

Interested candidates or their representatives can contact Pat Richter at 608-262-4962 or Glenn Sugiyama 312-782-1581.
 06-02-2007, 12:24 PM         #1462
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June 1, 2007

Gary Ferman, CaneSport Magazine

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Cane signee Chris Perry was following the Miami workout plan in the back of his school several weeks ago, running gassers. The plan calls for running 20 110's in 18 seconds each. You have 45 seconds of rest between each one.

Perry was trying his best.

But he just wasn't in shape.

"I just dropped to my knees, was struggling for breath," Perry said. "I'm like, `I'm going to die and nobody's here to find me."

He didn't die, of course.

And now his conditioning is better.

He doesn't think about death quite so much.

"I'm up to doing 10 or 12 of them," Perry said. "I'll get up to 20 before I get to Miami."

Not surprisingly, Perry says he sees conditioning as the biggest challenge to his getting immediate playing time at UM.

And his mental game.

He's certainly already got the strength to play right away.

He's benching 405 pounds and squatting 645. That would rank with the strongest players at Miami.

"I competed in powerlifting at school," he said. "When I first started weightlifting in eighth grade, the first time I ever maxed out I benched 245. My sophomore year it was 285 at the beginning of the off-season, and by the end it was 355. It started jumping once I started fixing my technique."

Perry says he already has received his letter of admission from the University of Miami.

He will wear No. 98 as a freshman.

"I asked for 99, but coach (Clint) Hurtt asked if 98 is okay and I said `Sure,'" Perry said.

* Living on his own with a roommate won't exactly be a new challenge for Perry when he arrives at Miami later this month.

He's been living on his own with a friend in Texas for the last several weeks.

He had been living with his grandparents previously before striking out on his own.

"It's just me and my friend," Perry said. "I'm getting used to it."
 06-02-2007, 12:25 PM         #1463
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June 1, 2007

Matt Shodell, CaneSport Magazine

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Hurricane incoming freshman Joseph Nicolas says he will begin his Miami career at free safety.

"With Anthony Redd*ck being down [due to injury], I'll be there," Nicolas said. "But I'll also be playing corner as well."

Nicolas says he's following the Miami workout plan he received in the mail.

"I'm mainly working on doing full body workouts, running 110's, agility workouts," he said. "Working out takes up a lot of my day. I work out for 3 and a half hours every day."

Last season Nicolas played at 185 pounds.

Now he says he's weighing in at 195 pounds.

"My bench has gone from a 260 and now it's at 280," he said. "My squat, I was at 325 last year and I moved up to 395. I haven't tested in the 40, but I can tell by the way I run that my speed has increased."

Nicolas has been in contact with Cane coach Michael Barrow, who coached at Nicolas' high school last year.

"He was just talking, letting me know to be ready to come in, keep working hard the way I work," Nicolas said. "He said I have to come in and work and compete.

"I expect to play right away, want to get in the rotation as a freshman."

Nicolas says he has already received his acceptance letter from the University of Miami.

He says he will receive uniform No. 29.

"I asked for No. 19 - I wanted 26, but I knew Redd*ck had it," Nicolas said. "But a receiver got 19, so I just told them get whatever's left. I'm good with it."

Nicolas will arrive for summer school at the end of June.

"I'm just ready to get there, I'm ready to get started," he said. "That's all I've been thinking about is getting there and getting started."
 06-02-2007, 12:26 PM         #1464
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June 2, 2007

Gary Ferman, CaneSport Magazine

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Hurricane incoming freshman WR Leonard Hankerson has an advantage many other players don't: One of his high school coaches was former NFL All-Pro receiver Cris Carter.

And Hankerson is using that to his advantage.

"I'm working at the Cris Carter Fast Program," he said. "I've been working on my speed, endurance and agility, working on my strength and my catching."

Hankerson says he's gotten stronger and faster since last season.

He's benching 225 pounds and is running a 4.50 in the 40-yard dash.

"I'm weighing around 197 [pounds]," he says.

Hankerson says he expects to play as a true freshman.

"I'm going in and I'm going to work hard and do what I have to do and will try to get on the field right away," he says. "I have the playbook and it's not very hard to learn. I think it's easy. I've spent about an hour a day looking at it."

He says he will be at the Z position as an outside receiver.

* Hankerson said he has received his official acceptance letter from the University of Miami.

And he expects to wear No. 85 as a freshman.

"I was No. 1 in high school, so I may ask for that when [Kenny] Phillips leaves down the road," Hankerson said.

* Hankerson's roommates this summer are Joseph Nicolas, Lee Chambers and Kylan Robinson.

Robinson, of course, has already spent a year in the UM program.

"I've talked to Kylan a little bit," Hankerson said. "He can help me out because he can show me the ropes, knows the program already."
 10 years ago '05        #1465
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I just got a call from my uncle down in Miami and he says hes gonna send me 2 tickets to FSU and 2 tickets to the A&M game Sept. 20th. That just made my day.
 06-02-2007, 03:19 PM         #1466
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Thats whats up, I was at last years FSU game for my bday. This year should be better because its played later in the season. And I will be at the Texas AM game for damn sure..

Saw this so I had to drop it in




 06-03-2007, 12:10 PM         #1467
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[COLOR="Orange"]I don't know if we aren't following him or but were in his final five and I've heard he wants to go Miami. His grades might be the problem, hopefully not tho..


Im hearing that EJ is a FSU lean and won't be a cane. Whatever we got Marve, but thats just what I've heard
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 06-03-2007, 04:44 PM         #1468
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havent been here in a min but the regulars holdin it down
 10 years ago '05        #1469
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 C.R.I.P. said:
hell yeah...im tryna cop some. but i think they sold out already.
theres always scalping, thats what i did last time we were in tally, only paid 60/each for the tickets
 06-04-2007, 08:16 PM         #1470
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Miami (FL) Hurricanes
2001 Football Roster

Miami (FL) Hurricanes
Team Page Schedule Team Stats Game-by-Game Roster Conference Page Standings 2001 Team Preview Miami, FL Message Board
Record: (11-0) Rankings: AP: 1 Coaches' Poll: 1
No Name Position Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
1 Daryl Jones WR 5-10 190 Sr Dallas, TX
2 Willis McGahee RB 6-1 220 Fr Miami, FL
3 Jason Geathers WR 6-3 215 So Boca Raton, FL
4 Najeh Davenport RB 6-2 235 Sr Miami, FL
5 Andre Johnson WR 6-3 220 So Miami, FL
6 Antrel Rolle CB 6-1 205 Fr Homestead, FL

7 Ethenic Sands WR 6-0 180 Jr Carol City, FL
8 Mike Rumph CB 6-2 200 Sr Delray Beach, FL
9 Kevin Beard WR 6-2 175 So Plantation, FL
11 Ken Dorsey QB 6-5 200 Jr Orinda, CA
12 Jair Clarke CB 5-11 173 Fr Newport News, VA
12 Nate Smith WR 6-0 205 So Elizabethtown, PA
13 Freddie Capshaw P 5-11 180 Jr Rock Springs, WY
15 Dan Lundy K 6-0 191 So Daytona Beach, FL
15 Buck Ortega QB 6-5 213 Fr Miami, FL
16 Todd Sievers K 6-3 215 Jr Ankeny, IA
17 DJ Williams LB 6-2 235 So Concord, CA
18 Derrick Crudup QB 6-1 202 Fr Deerfield Beach, FL
19 Troy Prasek QB 6-2 193 Jr Mims, FL
20 Edward Reed S 6-0 190 Sr Saint Rose, LA
21 Jermell Weaver S 6-2 190 So Miami, FL
22 Kelly Jennings CB 6-0 170 Fr Live Oak, FL
23 James Lewis CB 5-11 190 Sr Piscataway, NJ
24 Marcus Maxey CB 6-3 190 Fr Navasota, TX
25 Alphonso Marshall CB 6-1 180 Fr Clewiston, FL
26 Sean Taylor CB 6-3 220 Fr Miami, FL
27 Markese Fitzgerald CB 5-11 180 Sr Saint Petersburg, FL
28 Clinton Portis RB 5-11 190 Jr Gainesville, FL
29 James Scott CB 6-2 195 Jr Crescent City, FL
30 Alex Duk WR 6-2 205 Fr San Diego, CA
30 Jeff Malley DB 6-1 190 Fr St Petersburg, FL
30 Jovonny Ward DB 6-0 195 Fr Miami, FL
31 Phillip Buchanon CB 5-11 175 Jr Lehigh, FL
32 Frank Gore RB 5-10 190 Fr Coral Gables, FL

33 Mark Gent K 6-1 203 Fr Fort Lauderdale, FL
34 Jarrett Payton RB 6-2 205 So Arlington, IL
35 Quadtrine Hill RB 6-2 210 Fr Sunrise, FL

36 Maurice Sikes CB 5-11 194 So Miami, FL
37 Jean Leone DB 6-0 170 Fr Miami, FL
38 Carl Walker CB 6-3 190 So Jacksonville, FL
39 LaVaar Scott LB 6-3 253 Jr Sebring, FL
40 Kyle Cobia RB 6-2 231 Fr Lakeland, FL
41 Frank Bayless FB 6-0 240 So Akron, OH
43 Jarvis Gray DT 5-10 264 So Hawthorne, FL
44 Leon Williams LB 6-4 220 Fr Brooklyn, NY
45 Howard Clark LB 6-1 220 Jr Pennsauken, NJ
46 Michael Langley CB 6-0 188 Fr Machipongo, VA
47 Ken Dangerfiel LB 6-2 225 Jr Patterson, LA
48 Chris Campbell LB 6-2 225 Sr Mount Pleasant, TX
49 Darrell McClover LB 6-2 215 So Coconut Creek, FL
50 Roger McIntosh LB 6-3 220 Fr Gaffney, SC
51 Jonathan Vilma LB 6-2 215 So Coral Gables, FL
52 Steve Adzima OL 6-2 255 Fr Wallington, NJ
52 Tariq Vlaun OL 6-2 300 So Houston, TX
53 James Sikora G 6-5 260 So Marathon, FL
54 Alex Garcia OL 6-1 275 Fr Miami, FL
55 Jamal Green DE 6-3 257 Jr Camden, NJ
56 Santonio Thomas DE 6-4 296 So South Bay, FL
57 Javon Nanton LB 6-2 215 Fr Miami, FL
58 Jerrell Weaver LB 6-3 210 So Miami, FL
59 Brad Kunz G 6-7 315 Fr Carlyle, IL
60 Vernon Carey T 6-5 363 So Miami, FL
61 Toney Tella G 6-5 265 Fr Houston, TX
62 Chris Harvey S 6-3 303 So Accoville, WV
63 Scott Puckett G 6-3 283 Sr Duncanville, TX
64 Rashad Butler G 6-5 290 Fr Palm Beach Gardens, FL
65 Martin Bibla T 6-4 300 Sr Mountain Top, PA
66 Brett Romberg G 6-3 290 Jr Windsor,
67 Joe McGrath T 6-5 285 So Moose Jaw,
68 Joe Fantigrass T 6-4 270 Jr Fort Lauderdale, FL
69 Kyle Morgan DL 6-4 245 Fr San Francisco, CA
70 Joel Rodriguez G 6-3 275 Fr Miami, FL
71 Jim Wilson G 6-5 245 Jr Hollywood, FL
72 Ed Wilkins T 6-4 318 Jr Plainfield, NJ
73 Joaquin Gonzalez G 6-5 290 Sr Miami, FL
74 Sherko Haji-Rasou T 6-6 326 Jr Toronto,
75 Vince Wilfork DE 6-2 338 Fr Lantana, FL
76 Carlos Joseph G 6-6 322 So Miami, FL
77 Chris Myers G 6-5 280 Fr Miami, FL
78 Bryant McKinnie G 6-9 330 Sr Woodbury, NJ
79 Robert Bergman OL 6-5 275 Fr Bakersfield, CA
80 Robert Williams TE 6-4 240 Sr Dallas, TX
81 Kellen Winslow WR 6-5 210 Fr San Diego, CA
82 David Williams TE 6-3 230 Fr Miami, FL
83 Aaron Greeno TE 6-4 241 So Denver, CO
84 Roscoe Parrish WR 5-9 165 Fr Miami, FL
85 Ennis Crafton TE 6-3 225 Jr Cypress Creek, FL
86 Brandon Sebald TE 6-6 240 Fr Accord, NY
87 Kevin Everett TE 6-5 235 Fr Port Arthur, TX
88 Jeremy Shockey TE 6-6 236 Jr Ada, OK
90 Thomas Carroll DE 6-5 220 Fr Lakewood, NJ

91 Matt Walters DT 6-5 260 Jr Melbourne, FL
92 Orien Harris DE 6-4 280 Fr Newark, DE
93 John Square DE 6-5 203 Fr Houston, TX
94 William Joseph DE 6-5 290 Jr Miami, FL
95 Jerome McDougle DE 6-4 270 Jr Pompano, FL

96 Miguel Robede DE 6-5 261 Fr Quebec, PQ
97 Larry Anderson DT 6-4 260 So Kissimmee, FL
98 Cornelius Green DE 6-4 250 Sr Kilgore, TX
99 Andrew Williams DE 6-4 260 Jr Tampa, FL



I was re watching this Miami Hurricane Championship DVD.. And I was thinking about how great this team was.. Look at that NFL talent
 10 years ago '04        #1471
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Miami (FL) Hurricanes
2001 Football Roster

Miami (FL) Hurricanes
Team Page Schedule Team Stats Game-by-Game Roster Conference Page Standings 2001 Team Preview Miami, FL Message Board
Record: (11-0) Rankings: AP: 1 Coaches' Poll: 1
No Name Position Ht. Wt. Class Hometown
1 Daryl Jones WR 5-10 190 Sr Dallas, TX
2 Willis McGahee RB 6-1 220 Fr Miami, FL
3 Jason Geathers WR 6-3 215 So Boca Raton, FL
4 Najeh Davenport RB 6-2 235 Sr Miami, FL
5 Andre Johnson WR 6-3 220 So Miami, FL
6 Antrel Rolle CB 6-1 205 Fr Homestead, FL

7 Ethenic Sands WR 6-0 180 Jr Carol City, FL
8 Mike Rumph CB 6-2 200 Sr Delray Beach, FL
9 Kevin Beard WR 6-2 175 So Plantation, FL
11 Ken Dorsey QB 6-5 200 Jr Orinda, CA
12 Jair Clarke CB 5-11 173 Fr Newport News, VA
12 Nate Smith WR 6-0 205 So Elizabethtown, PA
13 Freddie Capshaw P 5-11 180 Jr Rock Springs, WY
15 Dan Lundy K 6-0 191 So Daytona Beach, FL
15 Buck Ortega QB 6-5 213 Fr Miami, FL
16 Todd Sievers K 6-3 215 Jr Ankeny, IA
17 DJ Williams LB 6-2 235 So Concord, CA
18 Derrick Crudup QB 6-1 202 Fr Deerfield Beach, FL
19 Troy Prasek QB 6-2 193 Jr Mims, FL
20 Edward Reed S 6-0 190 Sr Saint Rose, LA
21 Jermell Weaver S 6-2 190 So Miami, FL
22 Kelly Jennings CB 6-0 170 Fr Live Oak, FL
23 James Lewis CB 5-11 190 Sr Piscataway, NJ
24 Marcus Maxey CB 6-3 190 Fr Navasota, TX
25 Alphonso Marshall CB 6-1 180 Fr Clewiston, FL
26 Sean Taylor CB 6-3 220 Fr Miami, FL
27 Markese Fitzgerald CB 5-11 180 Sr Saint Petersburg, FL
28 Clinton Portis RB 5-11 190 Jr Gainesville, FL
29 James Scott CB 6-2 195 Jr Crescent City, FL
30 Alex Duk WR 6-2 205 Fr San Diego, CA
30 Jeff Malley DB 6-1 190 Fr St Petersburg, FL
30 Jovonny Ward DB 6-0 195 Fr Miami, FL
31 Phillip Buchanon CB 5-11 175 Jr Lehigh, FL
32 Frank Gore RB 5-10 190 Fr Coral Gables, FL

33 Mark Gent K 6-1 203 Fr Fort Lauderdale, FL
34 Jarrett Payton RB 6-2 205 So Arlington, IL
35 Quadtrine Hill RB 6-2 210 Fr Sunrise, FL

36 Maurice Sikes CB 5-11 194 So Miami, FL
37 Jean Leone DB 6-0 170 Fr Miami, FL
38 Carl Walker CB 6-3 190 So Jacksonville, FL
39 LaVaar Scott LB 6-3 253 Jr Sebring, FL
40 Kyle Cobia RB 6-2 231 Fr Lakeland, FL
41 Frank Bayless FB 6-0 240 So Akron, OH
43 Jarvis Gray DT 5-10 264 So Hawthorne, FL
44 Leon Williams LB 6-4 220 Fr Brooklyn, NY
45 Howard Clark LB 6-1 220 Jr Pennsauken, NJ
46 Michael Langley CB 6-0 188 Fr Machipongo, VA
47 Ken Dangerfiel LB 6-2 225 Jr Patterson, LA
48 Chris Campbell LB 6-2 225 Sr Mount Pleasant, TX
49 Darrell McClover LB 6-2 215 So Coconut Creek, FL
50 Roger McIntosh LB 6-3 220 Fr Gaffney, SC
51 Jonathan Vilma LB 6-2 215 So Coral Gables, FL
52 Steve Adzima OL 6-2 255 Fr Wallington, NJ
52 Tariq Vlaun OL 6-2 300 So Houston, TX
53 James Sikora G 6-5 260 So Marathon, FL
54 Alex Garcia OL 6-1 275 Fr Miami, FL
55 Jamal Green DE 6-3 257 Jr Camden, NJ
56 Santonio Thomas DE 6-4 296 So South Bay, FL
57 Javon Nanton LB 6-2 215 Fr Miami, FL
58 Jerrell Weaver LB 6-3 210 So Miami, FL
59 Brad Kunz G 6-7 315 Fr Carlyle, IL
60 Vernon Carey T 6-5 363 So Miami, FL
61 Toney Tella G 6-5 265 Fr Houston, TX
62 Chris Harvey S 6-3 303 So Accoville, WV
63 Scott Puckett G 6-3 283 Sr Duncanville, TX
64 Rashad Butler G 6-5 290 Fr Palm Beach Gardens, FL
65 Martin Bibla T 6-4 300 Sr Mountain Top, PA
66 Brett Romberg G 6-3 290 Jr Windsor,
67 Joe McGrath T 6-5 285 So Moose Jaw,
68 Joe Fantigrass T 6-4 270 Jr Fort Lauderdale, FL
69 Kyle Morgan DL 6-4 245 Fr San Francisco, CA
70 Joel Rodriguez G 6-3 275 Fr Miami, FL
71 Jim Wilson G 6-5 245 Jr Hollywood, FL
72 Ed Wilkins T 6-4 318 Jr Plainfield, NJ
73 Joaquin Gonzalez G 6-5 290 Sr Miami, FL
74 Sherko Haji-Rasou T 6-6 326 Jr Toronto,
75 Vince Wilfork DE 6-2 338 Fr Lantana, FL
76 Carlos Joseph G 6-6 322 So Miami, FL
77 Chris Myers G 6-5 280 Fr Miami, FL
78 Bryant McKinnie G 6-9 330 Sr Woodbury, NJ
79 Robert Bergman OL 6-5 275 Fr Bakersfield, CA
80 Robert Williams TE 6-4 240 Sr Dallas, TX
81 Kellen Winslow WR 6-5 210 Fr San Diego, CA
82 David Williams TE 6-3 230 Fr Miami, FL
83 Aaron Greeno TE 6-4 241 So Denver, CO
84 Roscoe Parrish WR 5-9 165 Fr Miami, FL
85 Ennis Crafton TE 6-3 225 Jr Cypress Creek, FL
86 Brandon Sebald TE 6-6 240 Fr Accord, NY
87 Kevin Everett TE 6-5 235 Fr Port Arthur, TX
88 Jeremy Shockey TE 6-6 236 Jr Ada, OK
90 Thomas Carroll DE 6-5 220 Fr Lakewood, NJ

91 Matt Walters DT 6-5 260 Jr Melbourne, FL
92 Orien Harris DE 6-4 280 Fr Newark, DE
93 John Square DE 6-5 203 Fr Houston, TX
94 William Joseph DE 6-5 290 Jr Miami, FL
95 Jerome McDougle DE 6-4 270 Jr Pompano, FL

96 Miguel Robede DE 6-5 261 Fr Quebec, PQ
97 Larry Anderson DT 6-4 260 So Kissimmee, FL
98 Cornelius Green DE 6-4 250 Sr Kilgore, TX
99 Andrew Williams DE 6-4 260 Jr Tampa, FL



I was re watching this Miami Hurricane Championship DVD.. And I was thinking about how great this team was.. Look at that NFL talent
and you know what....you still missed some

Daryl Jones
Buck Ortega
Marcus Maxey
Leon Williams
Darrell McClover
Jamal Green
Rashad Butler
Martin Bibla
Carlos Joesph
Bryant McKinnie
Kevin Everett
Thomas Carroll
Jerome McDougle
Andrew Williams


have all been in the league at some point since leaving the program
 10 years ago '04        #1472
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rumor is we may have a few commitments tonight...if you didnt know our Camp ended today.

specualtion leads to believe either Jordan Futch(LB,Chaminade), Brandon Harris(DB,Booker T) or Sean Spence(LB,Northwestern) will announce.
 10 years ago '05        #1473
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greatest football team of all time

fu*k what ya heard and fu*k the 95 cornhuskers

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 06-05-2007, 01:20 PM         #1474
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Matt Shodell, CaneSport Magazine

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Miami Northwestern High School QB Jacory Harris attended one day of the recent UM summer camp.

And he received a Miami offer after the camp ended.

"I did real well," Harris said. "I was basically going there so I would get an offer. I only participated in the Sunday morning practice. After the camp coach (Patrick) Nix offered me. He was saying he has four quarterbacks he's going after and one committed and they're only taking two. So he basically gave me the choice to commit."

Harris isn't ready to pull the trigger just yet, though.

"I'm really trying to wait it out right now," Harris said. "I don't know. I want to go through the recruiting process a little while longer. Right now I'm only committed to winning another state title."

Harris now lists 13 offers.

He says Miami and LSU are his top two. But LSU may be pulling out of the running.

"They don't talk to me anymore or text me," Harris said. "But I like their offensive style. They're still in it."

After those two Harris says Alabama is No. 3 followed by BC and then Iowa State.

"I was going to wait until signing day (to announce a decision), but I think I might do it at the beginning of the season instead," Harris said.

Of working with Nix on Sunday, Harris said, "It was great. He was a quarterback himself. He preaches fundamentals. He was trying to get me to switch certain things, to do things to make me get back quicker, to help me out.

"He told me he liked everything about me, said I had great arm strength. He said he'd heard that I don't have great arm strength but that I surprised him with that. He said I'm a very smart kid, which is something they need at Miami."

Harris also got a chance to speak with coach Randy Shannon.

"He was just telling me the situation," Harris said. "He was saying how if all of us (from Northwestern) were to come, who could stop us?"
 06-05-2007, 01:20 PM         #1475
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Gary Ferman, CaneSport Magazine

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West Boca High School TE Nate Nord attended one day of the Miami summer camp.

And a day later he had a scholarship offer from the Hurricanes.

It's his fourth offer – he also has offers from South Florida, Central Michigan and Air Force.

"The coaches had asked me to come for the camp, and I went down and showed them what I could do and ended up doing pretty well," said Nord, a 6-foot-5, 215-pounder with 4.6-second speed and a 35-inch vertical. "The day after the camp I talked to coach (Jeff) Stoutland, coach (Patrick) Nix and coach (Joe) Pannunzio and they said they liked how I caught the ball.

"I was surprised when they said I had an offer. I like Miami a lot right now, but I'm not going to say any favorite yet."

Nord says he has no timeline for when he'll announce a decision: "I'm just going to do whatever I feel comfortable with whenever I need to make a decision," he said.

Nord is a raw talent who hasn't played a full season of high school football.

He played half his sophomore season before missing the final games with a growth plate fracture in his shoulder. He didn't return until the end of his junior year.

He played in the final four games last season and only played defensive end. He had two sacks and returned an interception for a 95-yard touchdown against Dwyer High.

Nord says he also plans to attend summer camps at Louisville, Purdue and Boston College.

His father, Gary, is the offensive coordinator at FAU.

"He's always giving me tips," Nord said. "He doesn't try to sway me to teams, just tells me the advantages of different teams. He makes it my decision. He really likes Miami, says it's a really good program, the best one for tight ends.

"I hadn't seen the facilities at Miami until Sunday when I looked around a little bit. You don't go to Miami for the facilities. You go for the tradition. But the facilities are good enough. I just want to go and win a national championship if I go there."
 06-05-2007, 01:21 PM         #1476
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Gary Ferman, CaneSport Magazine

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Shannon went head-to-head against recruits at the UM summer camp
Randy Shannon's first University of Miami summer camp as head coach wasn't exactly a laid back affair.

With recruits coming from as far away as California, Louisiana and Texas, Shannon wasn't sitting back and simply watching the talent on UM's campus.

He got down and dirty.

"I got a chance to see him put his skills back to use," said Miami Northwestern coach Roland Smith, who volunteered to help coach the camp. "He participated in the camp and covered kids. It's a Randy camp. He had to participate. He did a good job going from group to group. He was all over the place.

"I like the way he interacted with kids. He was covering tight ends and wide receivers. He caught me by surprise. He was showing me he still has feet. He was showing kids what to do. He held his own."

Smith says Shannon wasn't beaten by anyone in coverage.

One of Smith's players, Jacory Harris, participated in the camp.

Harris worked out on Sunday and showed he has what it takes to be a Hurricane.

"He got a Miami offer after the camp," Smith said. "Jacory came on Sunday. He did real well. The quarterback coach [Patrick Nix] wanted to see him, and he got an offer. Jacory showed them how smart he is with making the right reads."

While none of the Northwestern players have committed yet, Smith says Miami is in good shape with several of them.

"I would say this: Miami's one of the top schools those kids are looking at, and don't be surprised if you see more than 1 or 2 sign there," Smith said. "I don't want to say they'll get all of them. Things happen, kids change their mind. But Miami's looking good with a bunch of my kids."

Smith knows Miami-Dade County talent as well as anyone, having coached in the area for years.

And he says this year's talent crop that was on display at the UM camp was as good as he's seen.

"It's one of the best years," Smith said. "Last year was pretty good, but this year will be a lot better.

"This camp is a chance for kids to go against some of the top prospects across the county, the nation, also gives them a chance to work in front of college coaches that make final decisions on if kid gets offer or not. I tell kids by going out and competing and showing off your talents. It's a great chance."

Smith was working with the defensive backs.

Of overall MVP Brandon Harris, a CB, Smith said, "He was very impressive. Last year he was there and did a good job. I'm happy and proud of him because I knew him since he was a little boy when his dad was the offensive coordinator with me at Northwestern."

Of Booker T. Washington's Rennie Carty, who received the DB award, Smith said, "He wasn't highly recruited but did a tremendous job of showcasing his athletic ability. Even if he doesn't get a Miami offer it should help him with other schools."

What advice does Smith give his student-athletes about recruiting?

"I say you have to make sure if a school wants you and you want to give a commitment – sometimes other kids commit to a position and you can lose an offer," Smith said. "If it's a school you really want to go to you don't want to play around with it. If you truly want to go somewhere you need to sit down with your parents and make the choice. I've seen kids in the past wait, wait, wait and don't have a scholarship anymore because schools gave it to someone else. Some schools will wait. Others have to fill them up."
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June 5, 2007

Matt Shodell, CaneSport Magazine

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Miami Booker T. Washington High School cleaned up at the June 1-3 University of Miami summer camp.

CB Brandon Harris was the overall camp MVP; WR Thearon Collier was the Offensive MVP; Davon Johnson was the Outstanding WR; and Rennie Carty was the Outstanding DB.

"We really came to work this weekend," Harris said.

Harris was the biggest standout of the camp and got the biggest award.

"They didn't tell me I was getting the overall MVP award," Harris said. "I was kind of surprised. I just wanted to have fun. A lot of people said `You already have an offer, what's the point of going to the camp?' I went just because you can never know too much. You want to keep learning."

Harris says he will narrow down a top five by the end of the summer.

There's only one school he knows will be in that group right now: Miami.

"The camp made me more comfortable with the coaches," he said. "I worked a lot with coach (Wesley) McGriff and coach (Tim) Walton. They told me they loved my aggressiveness and competitiveness. They loved to see us compete. Overall they loved having me out there, it was a lot of fun. We just enjoyed each other.

"I picked up a lot of new things over the weekend. They taught me some of the techniques they use, some of the things I need to work on myself. They were teaching us different man techniques and different coverages, how they play at the University of Miami, how they drop in zone, get their hands on different kinds of receivers, a whole bunch of things."

Harris and Johnson already have UM offers; Collier received one after the camp.

He's currently committed to Auburn.

"I don't know what's going to happen with him now," Harris said. "It's a possibility we'll all go to Miami."
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Times have been announced for the Hurricanes first four football games this fall, and all four games will be televised nationally.

The Hurricanes will open the season against the Marshall Thundering Herd at 12 noon ET, Saturday, Sept. 1 at the Orange Bowl. The game will be televised on ESPNU.

They will travel to Norman, Okla. to play the Sooners at 12 noon ET in Memorial Stadium in a game that will be nationally televised by ABC-TV.

On Sept. 15, the Hurricanes will host the FIU Golden Panthers in the Orange Bowl at 3:30 p.m. That game will be televised nationally on ESPNU.

The Hurricanes will return to action five days later on a Thursday night when they play Texas A&M at 7:30 p.m. ET in the Orange Bowl on ESPN.

Game times for all remaining Hurricanes games will be announced either 12 or 6 days prior to each game in conjunction with television partners.

2007 Miami Hurricanes Football Schedule
Day/Date Opponent TV Time
Sat., Sept. 1 MARSHALL ESPNU 12 noon
Sat., Sept. 8 at Oklahoma ABC 12 noon
Sat., Sept. 15 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL ESPNU 3:30
Thur., Sept. 20 TEXAS A&M ESPN 7:30
Sat., Sept. 29 DUKE TBD
Sat., Oct. 6 at North Carolina TBD
Sat., Oct. 13 GEORGIA TECH TBD
Sat., Oct. 20 at Florida State TBD
Sat. Oct. 27 Off week
Sat., Nov. 3 NORTH CAROLINA STATE TBD
Sat., Nov. 10 VIRGINIA TBD
Sat., Nov. 17 at Virginia Tech TBD
Sat., Nov. 24 at Boston College TBD
All times local
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Miami WR has a Change of Heart


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Two months after verbally committing to Auburn, Miami (Fla.) Booker T. Washington WR Thearon Collier has had a change of heart.


Collier said a commitment to Miami could happen soon.
The 5-foot-9, 163-pounder has taken his name off the Tigers' 2008 commitment list after a recent trip to Coral Gables, Fla.

Collier attended a camp at the University of Miami this past weekend where he was named offensive MVP. Collier also got word that the Canes were offering a scholarship.

That was pretty much all Collier needed to hear.

"Miami said they were offering me at the camp," said Collier. "I think I want to stay home in South Florida so I'm decommitting from Auburn."

Collier said he informed AU recruiting coach Eddie Gran Tuesday.

"I texted coach Gran today and told him I was decommitting," said Collier. "Auburn is a good school, but at the same time, I can stay close to home at Miami."

Collier said it would be only a matter of time before he committed to Miami.

"I haven't yet, but I'm going to commit to the University of Miami," he said.


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