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Miami Hurricanes News & Notes: Signing Day is two weeks away, Canes Hoops lack of depth is catching up to them, Coach Manny Diaz hires another assistant

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NCAA Football: Pinstripe Bowl-Wisconsin vs Miami Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

Where UM stands — and remaining targets — at each position two weeks from signing day - Miami Herald

“Quarterback: They already have added one transfer in Ohio State’s Tate Martell — who’s appealing to be eligible in 2019 — and are pursuing two Class of 2019 players: New Orleans-based four-star Lance Legendre and Houston-based two star Peyton Matocha, who said on Twitter that he visited with UM offensive coordinator Dan Enos on Tuesday.”

Canes intrigued by Wade’s son Zaire. ‘They’re interested.’ - Miami Herald

“There’s at least a chance this might not be the final season watching a Wade perform on a large South Florida stage.

While Dwyane Wade flourishes in the final season of his Hall of Fame career with the Heat, the University of Miami quietly has been evaluating Wade’s oldest son, Zaire, a junior guard at Plantation American Heritage, according to multiple people with direct knowledge.”

Manny Diaz finds potential ace recruiter for Miami with last batch of coaching hires - Miami Herald

“Diaz changed things with his final two hires last week. The coach hired Taylor Stubblefield to be the Miami Hurricanes’ wide receivers coach and, more importantly, plucked Stephen Field from the Louisville Cardinals to be Miami’s tight ends coach.

Although Field has never signed a recruit by himself, he’s the dominant recruiter Diaz’s staff needs.”

ACC Basketball Power Rankings: 1/22 - State of the U

“14. Miami Hurricanes (LW: 13) 9-8 (1-4)

Last Week: L vs UNC 76-85; Next Week: @ Syracuse 1/24, vs FSU 1/27

Defining performance of the week: Canes give up another second half lead - it doesn’t matter who the opponent is, the Canes will build a lead and fade late. The same was true Saturday against UNC.”

Hurricanes Hoops doomed by lack of depth - State of the U

“If there is one thing that is becoming overwhelmingly obvious about this University of Miami basketball team is that they have the talent to handle any team in the ACC but not for 40 minutes at a time.

The Hurricanes have been playing seven players every game since losing freshman Deng Gak for the season due to an injury sustained on December 1 in a game against the Yale Bulldogs.”

Non-Rev Roundup: Canes’ women travels to Syracuse, M&W Tennis stay hot, soccer standout turns pro - State of the U

“The Hurricanes (16-4, 4-1 ACC) reentered the top 25 of the USA TODAY Coaches Poll at No. 23 after claiming a 76-68 home victory against North Carolina on Sunday. Redshirt junior forward Beatrice Mompremier was named the ACC Player of the Week for the second time this season after scoring 18 points and 10 rebounds against the Tar Heels.”

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