Welcome to NFL Draft week!
We here at State of the U have begun to look at all the potential ProCanes, and will have much more #content for you up to and through the NFL Draft.
So sit back, relax, and enjoy all our NFL Draft coverage.
Just looking for an opportunity to live out their dreams, a group of ProCanes hope to crack an NFL roster this fall.
Better late than never, Kendrick Norton will join the Carolina Panthers next season.
Bill Belichick gets another one with WR Braxton Berrios.
After getting the jump on ACC competition, McIntosh now sets his sights on taking a bite out of the Big Apple.
After running for daylight behind the ’Canes offensive line, Mark Walton will now line up behind a revamped Bengals o-line.
Having been Mr. Dependable for the Miami throughout his career, Chris Herndon becomes a reliable option for J-E-T-S.
Major Nine will be gathering producing accolades in Cleveland for the foreseeable future.
A producer in the studio as well as on the field. Chad Thomas will continue to represent as he climbs the charts to the pro level.
A heart-and-soul player for the Hurricanes, Braxton Berrios now makes the transition to the NFL.
The Mighty Miami Hurricanes continue to bolster their lineage of sending great running backs to NFL with Mark Walton be the next in line.
NFL U has had their share of draft steals over the years
With his best football ahead of him, the ceiling is high for the young defensive tackle.
With versatility a much sought after commodity in the NFL, TE Chris Herndon is poised to be in demand come draft weekend.
After Kendrick Norton helped to bolster the defensive interior for the Hurricanes, he now looks to do the same at the next level.
With the odds stacked against him, Trent Harris hopes to continue to exceed expectations in achieving his NFL dreams.
Helping to raise the standard of play along the offensive line for UM, KC McDermott looks to have a similar impact in the NFL.
It was a season of highs and lows for graduate transfer CB Dee Delaney.
A first-team All-ACC kicker in 2017 hopes to split the uprights of the NFL in 2018.
After shining as a starting left tackle and guard for the Hurricanes, this former staple looks to make a home for himself as a pro.
Some potential landing spots for the next wave of Pro Canes.