Time is flying by and UM is already 4 days into Fall Camp.
Day 4 promises to bring a ton more developments. Let's take a look back at what we saw yesterday and a look ahead on what to watch for as Miami continues to prep for the 2014 season.
If you haven't already read Ale's take on day 3 (chock full of awesome video) be sure to check it out HERE.
On days 1 and 2, the buzz at QB was mostly all Brad Kaaya. But yesterday Jake Heaps stepped up and made his presence known.
Jake Heaps continues to take first team reps in 11-on-11 work. Kevin Olsen running the 2nd team #Canes— Manny Navarro (@Manny_Navarro) August 7, 2014
What will day 4 bring for UM's signal callers? Stay tuned.
Yesterday we speculated about Walter Tucker being a two way player. Well.......
We'll keep you posted on his progress on both sides of the ball. By the way, Tucker checks in with a 4.4 40!
Speaking of position changes. Gray Crow is trying his hand as an H Back
H-back (hybrid TE/FB) Gray Crow (former QB) is being a team guy in adjusting to new position pic.twitter.com/JI7mGPBZAZ— Susan Miller Degnan (@smillerdegnan) August 7, 2014
How about switching sports???
I've been skeptical about the attempt of former 'Canes hoopster Raphael Akpejori's attempt to follow in Jimmy Graham's footsteps. But give the young man credit, he is giving it his all.
TE Standish Dobard said Raphael Akpejiori texted him all summer long to work on his game @TheStateOfTheU— Ale Narciso (@Ale_Narciso1) August 7, 2014
Keep working RAK!!
Ladies and Gentleman your DT/NT Michael Wyche (can't wait to see him in full pads).
For much more on all of the goings on in Coral Gables stop by SOTU often. Also check out the stream below, as the best and brightest of the media provide updates before, during, and after practices.