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Belle Glade (Fla.) Glades Central High School WR Travis Benjamin says he's talking with Hurricane coaches "every three or four days."

He primarily speaks with coaches Marques Mosely and Clint Hurtt.

"They want me to come there badly," he says. "When they talk to me they're telling me stuff and where I fit into the program.

"They say that I remind them of Santana Moss."

The 6-foot-0, 170-pounder with 4.3-second speed says he's not in a rush to make a decision.

"Recruiting's going well," he said. "Hopefully by the middle of the football season I'll have made a decision."

He lists Miami, Florida and LSU as his top three.

"They're all sort of even," he says.

As for what he's looking for in a college, Benjamin says, "A good academic school and a good program."
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Miami (FL) Monsignor Pace High School OT Greg Shaw is now up to 27 scholarship offers.

"Wisconsin offered two weeks ago," he said.

Miami is among the schools on his offer list, and Shaw says he's staying in contact with UM coaches.

"I've been talking to the head coach, Randy Shannon, he talks to me on MySpace, sends me some comments," Shaw said.

Asked schools at the top of his list, Shaw says, "Oh, man, I have no idea. All I know is I have some visits I'll go on.

"I don't want to commit anywhere too early. I just want to get to my senior season and help out my team and go from there."

He does say, "Miami's in the top."

When it comes to narrowing things down, Shaw has a couple of people close to him that he can lean on to help deal with the recruiting process: His brother, former Cane and current Louisville linebacker Willie Williams, and former Cane Joel Rodriguez, who is his offensive line coach in high school.

"Willie, he wants me to go wherever he goes," Shaw said. "When he was at Miami he told me to go there. Now he's at Louisville so he wants me to go where he goes.

"Coach (Rodriguez), he says to take things one at a time, don't get bigheaded. He says to stay focused and work hard."

Has Shaw gotten any other advice?

"Just from my mom," Shaw said. "She just says little stuff like look at a campus before you commit and talk to people, ask different questions. She was giving me questions to ask. I went to a Wisconsin camp and she asked why I wasn't on their recruiting board. But until they offered they weren't putting me up there, and they hadn't offered but now they have."

Shaw recently attended the Wisconsin camp.

"They said I did real well and that I would fit perfectly into their program," Shaw said. "I think that's a nice school."
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Pretty cool video of NFL Hurricanes coming back and working out (we got the best strength coach in college or NFL don't sleep on him)


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Belle Glade (Fla.) Glades Central High School WR Travis Benjamin says he's talking with Hurricane coaches "every three or four days."

He primarily speaks with coaches Marques Mosely and Clint Hurtt.

"They want me to come there badly," he says. "When they talk to me they're telling me stuff and where I fit into the program.

"They say that I remind them of Santana Moss."

The 6-foot-0, 170-pounder with 4.3-second speed says he's not in a rush to make a decision.

"Recruiting's going well," he said. "Hopefully by the middle of the football season I'll have made a decision."

He lists Miami, Florida and LSU as his top three.

"They're all sort of even," he says.

As for what he's looking for in a college, Benjamin says, "A good academic school and a good program."
 10 years ago '04        #1685
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damn this n*gga rakim always a step ahead... hahaha motherfu*ker.

it's all good tho' fam
 10 years ago '04        #1686
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Scandal may cost Northwestern High a football season
It could be a season without Bulls football, as Miami-Dade Superintendent Rudy Crew considers suspending Northwestern High's program.

Housed in a building that's barely a decade old, Liberty City's Northwestern High has had more than its share of ups and downs over the years.
Liberty City school's pride intact amid adversity
From the streets of Liberty City to the halls of the Miami-Dade School Board building, the word is out: Superintendent Rudy Crew may suspend Northwestern's state champion football program for the 2007 season.

The school district has gone as far as consulting the Florida High School Athletic a.ssociation in the wake of a scathing grand jury report on the coverup of a s3x scandal involving a star football player and a 14-year-old girl at Northwestern.

The district wants the athletic a.ssociation to clarify rules and transfer options for players.

If Crew opts to suspend the season, it will be the first such action by a Florida superintendent, FHSAA Commissioner John Stewart said.

''It hasn't happened like this, per se,'' he said. ``But there hasn't been anything as egregious as this either.''

He called the possible suspension of the season ``appropriate. It sends a strong message to all schools that these things need to be dealt with in a timely and appropriate manner.''

The incident has made headlines across Florida since December, and an investigation indicated running back Antwain Easterling was given special treatment after he was charged with lewd and lascivious battery on a minor. Though a school board rule mandated a 10-day suspension, Easterling was never disciplined, and school and district officials allowed him to play in the championship game.

`PRETTY EGREGIOUS'

''I think it's pretty egregious when a player violates state law and it's ignored,'' the FHSAA's Stewart said.

The grand jury investigation led to the indictment of former Principal Dwight Bernard, who was charged with two counts of official misconduct for failing to report the incident. Easterling, who will play for the University of Southern Mississippi this fall, completed a pretrial diversion program that will keep his record clean. On Friday, the school's athletic director, Gregory k!llings, resigned after 23 years there.

Crew has been quietly meeting with community leaders for the past two weeks. Though the superintendent outlined several ideas that deal with academic and personnel changes at the F-rated school, it's the possible suspension of football -- the cornerstone of the school's athletic program and the pride of the Liberty City community -- that has people talking.

''For him to go forward with it is ill-advised,'' said Larry Williams, president of the Northwestern Alumni a.ssociation, who said Crew revealed at a private meeting last month that he was considering the suspension.

On Saturday, Williams met with members of alumni groups from Jackson and Central senior high schools to mobilize the community to speak out against the idea at the next school board meeting. Crew is expected to announce his decision at the Wednesday meeting.

''As we speak I've not heard that he plans to change his mind,'' Williams said. ``We won't allow our young people to be hurt by a situation that goes on probably at every high school.''

Crew went home sick Monday, but District spokesman Felipe Noguera stressed that no official decision had been made.

''When he does, he'll announce it,'' Noguera said.

Monday afternoon, Northwestern players followed their usual summer workout routine. Starting middle linebacker and senior Quavon Taylor said the team is trying to stay upbeat.

`NOT OUR FAULT'

''Coach [Roland Smith] told us today to not think about it, that everything was going to be all right,'' Taylor said. ``I know it's not right, but it's not our fault. We never knew about Antwain [Easterling] until it came out in the news. Why should everyone pay for it?''

Taylor said he and his teammates plan to attend Wednesday's school board meeting.

''I don't want to play anywhere else,'' said offensive lineman Brandon Washington, who transferred from Edison High in the spring. ``I want the chance to help this team repeat as state champions. I want to be a Bull.''

Said Taylor:``We're all Bulls, for life.''

Senior Ernest LeCount, 17, hopes his talents playing snare drum in the Northwestern marching band will lead to a college scholarship. A suspension would be a setback.

''If it happens, it's going to be a major disappointment -- for the football team and for the band,'' LeCount said.

And with games regularly drawing sellout crowds, the revenue losses will be significant -- for Northwestern and the schools they play. ''Northwestern has been the No. 1 draw in Dade County for years; it's everyone's big game,'' said William ''D.C.'' Clark, president of the alumni a.ssociation at Miami Central.

Central's game against Northwestern last year drew about 20,000 to the Orange Bowl. At $10 a ticket, plus all the concessions, T-shirts and other paraphernalia sold, it was the most profitable game of the season for Central.

''I do agree with Dr. Crew that they should put as much emphasis on academics as athletics,'' Clark said. ``But the transgressions of a couple people should not lead to a whole group of athletes being thrown under the bus.''



damn,i hope it doesnt have a negative impact on all the guys miami is recruiting from da West:banghead:
 07-10-2007, 12:53 PM         #1687
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That would be fu*king horrible. Why punish the kids that have nothing to do with it..
 07-10-2007, 02:59 PM         #1688
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With 7-on-7 drills underway, there's a lot of buzz around the talented true freshman receivers.

But there's another noticeable new face lining up at receiver this summer as well.

Tailback Graig Cooper, a freshman who arrived in January, is also lining up in the slot.

"I'm real excited about playing there," Cooper said. "I'm glad about the way they're using me. I like catching the ball, running. I love the situation of me being all over the field.

"I'm going at wide receiver and running back, and I'm doing fine catching the ball."

Cooper says he's "trying to get bigger, faster and stronger" this summer.

He hopes to be part of a big season for the Canes.

"Every time I see a player I say, `Man, I think this is the year,'" Cooper said. "I've heard upperclassmen say that, too. We're just working so hard. I'm very excited about this season coming up. We all talk about how we're ready to do this."

Of 7-on7's held so far, Cooper said, "The offense is doing real well. Everyone's working together as a team. The offense is doing well, the defense is doing well. We're competing out there. People were saying, `This is how it should be all the time.' People are running around, the freshmen are doing well, everyone's jumping around. We're just trying to rebuild and take it all the way this year. We're putting in time and working hard."

Cooper said he's impressed with how freshman quarterback Robert Marve is coming along.

"He's learning the offense," Cooper said. "Kyle (Wright) and Kirby (Freeman) are taking him under their wing, teach him what he needs to know and help him out as much as they can. It's the same thing JJ (Javarris James) is doing for me and what I'm doing for the other freshmen.

"[Marve] is always in the film room, always taking notes trying to learn the stuff. That's all he needs to be trying to do."

Cooper says of the other freshman running back on campus, Lee Chambers, that, "He's doing well. He's just got to learn, like I did when I first came in. We're teaching him as much as we can before two-a-days come along. It's a learning process for everybody."

* Cooper said he expects to work in returning punts and kicks in fall practice but that he doesn't know yet if he'll be doing that in games.

* Cooper, asked about the mood in the weight room, said, "You don't hear anything negative. Everyone's talking positive, helping each other out. It's all love. Everybody's working real hard. It's a brotherhood. It's crazy, man. I'm loving it. Everything's just positive."
 10 years ago '04        #1689
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FLORIDA SPORTS BUZZ
Position battles loom for Canes
By BARRY JACKSON

Buzz on the most intriguing position battles on the UM football team as we await the start of practice Aug. 4:

Quarterback: Several UM people consider senior Kyle Wright the favorite, but one UM football official insists the job remains genuinely open, meaning junior Kirby Freeman can seize it if he clearly outplays Wright in August.

Among the factors in Wright's favor, besides his impressive physical skills: He has much more playing experience than Freeman, is the more accurate passer (60.8 completion percentage in 2006, compared with Freeman's 54.6), and is less error-prone (a UM football staffer says one key factor will be which quarterback makes fewer negative plays). Last season, Wright had seven interceptions in 250 passes; Freeman had eight in 108. Freeman, who's more mobile, takes fewer sacks.

UM staffers say Wright has studied film more this offseason than the past. (Freeman has been in the film room a lot, too.) Coach Randy Shannon said coordinator Patrick Nix will have a major say in the decision.

Linebacker: Look for three starters to emerge from the group of Glenn Cook (11 starts last year), Tavares Gooden (four), Darryl Sharpton (who ended '06 as the starter at middle linebacker) and spring standout Colin McCarthy. Though Cook is somewhat limited athletically, Shannon values his intelligence and versatility.

Offensive line: Jason Fox and Reggie Youngblood are set at tackle, as is Andrew Bain at one guard spot. A.J. Trump, back from knee surgery, gets first crack at center. If he doesn't win it, starting guard Derrick Morse could shift to center. Freshman Orlando Franklin and spring standout Chris Rutledge will push for time at guard or tackle.

Cornerback: An intriguing battle looms between Randy Phillips and Chavez Grant to start opposite Glenn Sharpe, who said he felt fatigued early in games last season after returning from a second major knee injury. Coaches love Grant, but don't discount Phillips, a hard hitter who regained the starting job for the final five games.

Tight end/H-back: Chris Zellner is a terrific blocker and coaches love him, but tight ends coach Joe Pannunzio said he will play all four tight ends -- Zellner, DajLeon Farr (a gifted receiver whom Pannunzio calls much improved), Dedrick Epps and converted defensive lineman Richard Gordon.

• UM coaches have been very pleased with Lance Leggett and hope he can sometimes command double coverage to create mismatches elsewhere. Senior Darnell Jenkins, determined to finish his career strong, is the favorite to start at the other receiver spot. . . .

The word on receiver Sam Shields is he must get tougher. . . . We hear Jermaine McKenzie has been the most impressive of the four incoming receivers and is a strong candidate for return duties.
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fu*k yea less than a week before ncaa drops
 10 years ago '04        #1692
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July 11, 2007

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Miami Booker T Washington High School WR Davon Johnson says he's talking once or twice a week with Hurricane coach Clint Hurtt.

And it's not just quick little conversations.

"When I talked to him two days ago we talked for a good 45 minutes," Johnson said. "I always talk to him for that long. We were just talking about academics, and we talk a little football. He tells me what's going on down there."

Johnson currently lists 12 scholarship offers and has a top three of Miami, South Carolina and South Florida.

He says he's never visited South Carolina but that he plans to during his senior season. He says an announcement could come anytime before or after that visit.

As for South Florida, he says he's visited the school for camps his ninth and 10th grade years and that their coaches text him regularly.

He's not listing any clear frontrunner, but he does say, "Miami stands real high with me."

Asked the chance he'll wind up a Cane in the end, he simply says, "We shall see. That's all I can say. We shall see."

Johnson does know this: UM wants him badly.

"Coach Hurtt, he's telling me how bad the depth chart is with the wide receivers and how he wants receivers like me to come in," Johnson said. "He talks about me having a role of coming in and playing in the slot."

Johnson says UM is not putting on any pressure to make an early decision.

"They say it's up to me right now," Johnson said. "They said they can wait, so it's up to me. I don't know when I'll decide."
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DWAYNE HENDRICKS Q&A

Q: How is the defensive line shaping up?

Hendricks: everybody's working hard, and that's what the summer is for.

Q: What are your expectations for yourself?

Hendricks: Just to be able to contribute by working hard, know my plays and study myself and a lot of spring film. I look technique wise for what I can do better – the bad stuff and work on that.

Q: Might you play some end?

Hendricks: I might play a little end and some other mix-up packages, but mostly tackle.

Q: Behind the more experienced Teraz McCray and Antonio Dixon there's not many guys that have seen the field a lot. With a four-man rotation, who might fill out the rotation?

Hendricks: It's still up in the air. It's whoever works harder in the weight room and gets it done.

Q: What are the expectations like for the team?

Hendricks: My expectations are high. I'm excited for the whole team, what we can do and what we are going to do.

Q: What about as a defense, can this defense match how well you played last year?

Hendricks: Every year since I've been here we've gotten better, and I don't see any falloff.

Q: What's the mentality under Randy Shannon?

Hendricks: He pays attention to the little stuff. It's that, being disciplined and staying focused on and off the field.
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Northwestern OK to play -- provided coaches get ax

Northwestern High football likely to continue

Miami-Dade Schools Superintendent Rudy Crew announced late Wednesday afternoon that Northwestern High's defending state champion football team will be allowed to play this year -- but without the school's popular coach and his staff.

''You will play football this season,'' Crew said during the county's School Board meeting. ``But under a one-year probationary period. I'm not inviting back any of the current coaches on the football team.''

Crew had been weighing whether to suspend the program.

His decision to preserve the program but ax the coaches stems from a s3x scandal involving the team's top player and a 14-year-old girl, with whom he engaged in s3x on a restroom floor. The player, star running back Antwain Easterling, was allowed to participate in games right up through the state championship despite complaints from the girl's mother.

Upon hearing of Crew's decision, current and former members of the football team that gathered to watch the announcement walked out of the auditorium in unison.

Several players appeared shaken by the news and a few had tears in their eyes. Several players were approached by local media for reaction, but refused to comment.

''These aren't just coaches for a lot of these kids,'' local pastor Dwayne Richardson said. ``They are father figures to a lot of these kids and now they're being asked to go on without them.''

Before announcing his decision to dismiss the current coaching staff, Crew showed the audience from afar a lengthy list of names of Northwestern staff that, according to the grand jury investigation, knew of the incident last year involving Easterling and the 14 year old.

Crew, however, did not reveal the names on the list.

Crew also said that Charles Hankerson would remain as the school's principal for the coming school year. Crew also stated that he wanted each player to sign a written contract that would require them to maintain a proper code of conduct on and off the field, and that any violation of it would result in that player's suspension from the team.
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 Deeangoe said:
fu*k yea less than a week before ncaa drops

did they ever release the roster's, i wonder what freshman's made the game
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did they ever release the roster's, i wonder what freshman's made the game
im pretty sure Marve,Cooper,Farquharson,Wiggins and a few more made the cut...
 07-12-2007, 10:56 AM         #1697
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Seffner (FL) Armwood High School OL Matt Patchan has already taken unofficial visits this summer to LSU, Florida, Florida State and Georgia.

He says one of his favorite memories from those trips was meeting Bobby Bowden.

"One of the things I thought was cool was I got a chance to sit down and talk with coach Bowden, the winningest coach in DI football," Patchan said. "I can tell my grandchildren that. That was the most interesting thing I've done."

Patchan adds of the trips that "Every time I go to a different college I learn something new. I try to pick things up along the way. It's helped narrow things down. I know what I'm looking for and where the best talent is."

But he's not publicly ruling out any schools just yet.

And the next and last trip of the summer for Patchan is to Miami.

"I'll be down there Friday morning and will stay there and leave late on Sunday to come back," he said. "I'll see the facilities. The main thing is I want to sit down and talk with coach (Randy) Shannon and coach (Clint) Hurtt and see how they feel about me playing some defense. I'll talk to coach (Andreu) Swasey, have a conversation with him and talk with coach (Jeff) Stoutland – I've already talked to him on many occasions."

Patchan is already well acquainted with UM's campus. He's been to Coral Gables so often in his life he can't even count how many times he's been there.

He has a long family history at UM: His father Matt played at Miami from 1985-87; his uncle, Danny Mariscal, played at UM (1985-86), as did his father's cousin, Clem Barbarino (1978-81).

Barbarino was roommates with former Cane coach Art Kehoe, and Kehoe coached Patchan's father.

"I have family in Miami, and my mom and her family grew up in Key West, are seventh generation there," Patchan said.

Patchan says even is his visit to UM this weekend goes perfectly he won't be making any quick decisions.

"I'm not going to narrow it down until the beginning of football season, will narrow it to two or three then," he says. "I'm not going to commit anywhere (soon) based on how my trips go or how Miami is."

Of where the Canes stand in his recruiting picture entering the visit, he says, "Miami's always going to be in it because of the family and history we have there. But it's not about that. I'm not making a decision based on that. The team that's best for me that will develop me to be the best I can is where I will go. I need the very best of the best to coach me and develop me as a man."
 07-12-2007, 10:57 AM         #1698
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Just so everyone knows the next great WR out of Miami will be Hankerson.. Kids unreal, im def coppin a jersey.
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 RakimAllahNY said:
Just so everyone knows the next great WR out of Miami will be Hankerson.. Kids unreal, im def coppin a jersey.

i dont know man...ive heard McKenzie is serious.
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 C.R.I.P. said:
im pretty sure Marve,Cooper,Farquharson,Wiggins and a few more made the cut...

farquharson, bailey, van dyke, & mckenzie are the only ones not on roster as of today but im sure before the final draft they will be
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