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Miami Hurricanes News & Notes: A new set of ProCanes get ready for the league, Miami’s new QB has a cannon, Another trip to the transfer portal coming?

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NCAA Football: Miami at Toledo Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

ProCanes Perspective: Sheldrick Redwine - State of the U

“Joining Duke Johnson and Chad Thomas up in Cleveland, Defensiveback Sheldrick Redwine was the first Miami Hurricane to be drafted in 2019. Despite early praise for players like Joe Jacksonand Gerald Willis, excitement for this class slowly waned as the draft process dragged on and no Canes were drafted on the first two days of the process. But Redwine joins a team where, as a 4th round pick, he can make a very early impact.”

Film Room: Tyler Van Dyke, Quarterback - State of the U

...the four-star prospect has legit size at six-foot-four, 216 pounds and his stats are where you’d like them to be, even with room for improvement. One great sign is that Dino Babers wanted Van Dyke at Syracuse and the Orange offense is producing quarterbacks with grit, which is the top quality I would look for in a passer.”

Miami Needs To Add Transfer Cornerback K.J. Sails - State of the U

“Just because spring football is over, doesn’t mean recruiting and transfer season has to end for Manny Diaz and Miami as well. Last week, something that caught the eyes of both Canes players and fans was that cornerback K.J. Sails announced that he was transferring from North Carolina.”

Marsh’s Mailbag: More Offensive Line Concerns, K.J. Sails, Best Canes WR Of All-Time? - State of the U

“What were your thoughts on the NFL Draft?

Very very surprised in where Miami guys landed, not so much the teams that drafted them, but how far everyone dropped. You saw guys like Gerald Willis and Michael Jackson Jr. projected as possible second or third round picks, but no Hurricanes were taken until the fourth round.”

Miami Hurricanes alums among NFL’s most likely to be cut following NFL Draft - Canes Warning

“The additions of draftees to NFL Rosters change the complexion of depth charts. A few Miami Hurricanes alums will have challenges on their hands in training camp with the addition to the rookies to their franchises. Their roster spots could be in jeopardy.”

No Miami Hurricanes projected in first round of early 2020 NFL Mock Drafts - Canes Warning

“The 2020 NFL Draft could mark the third year in a row that no Miami Hurricanes football alums are selected in the first round of the NFL Draft. The Hurricanes last had a stretch that long when they went six years, between 2009-14, without a first-round pick.”

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