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Miami Hurricanes News & Notes: Remnants of Paradise Camp, Less than two months to the season opener

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Oregon-committed safety Avantae Williams on Miami Hurricanes: ‘I feel like it’s home’ - Miami Herald

“Avantae Williams and Lorenzo Lingard punctuated Paradise Camp with a chest bump. The Miami Hurricanes finished its annual recruiting camp Saturday by breaking the dozens of prospects into groups by age and position to race across the turf of the Carol Soffer Indoor Practice Facility. The last group was the oldest bunch of running backs, wide receivers and defensive backs, a group which included Williams.”

Miami running back Asa Martin enters transfer portal just six months after coming to UM - Miami Herald

“The Asa Martin era for the Miami Hurricanes might be coming to an end just six months after it began.

Martin, who transferred to Miami in January after a frustrating freshman season with the Auburn Tigers, has entered his name into the transfer portal, a Hurricanes athletic spokesman confirmed Monday.”

Miami target Dazalin Worsham decommits from Alabama - State of the U

“Over the weekend, the Hurricanes hosted a plethora of prospects from around the country. Two high-profile targets decided to make their trip down to Coral Gables one of their five official visits. One was Keyshawn Lawrence, who has since committed to his hometown Tennessee Volunteers, and the other was Dazalin Worsham.

Worsham had been committed to the Alabama Crimson Tide for well over a year before he went public with his departure from their No. 2 ranked class.”

Five players who may consider leaving Miami before the 2020 season - State of the U

“How many players with eligibility left might Miami lose prior to the 2020 season? Attrition (particularly transferring players) is extremely tough to predict but don’t be surprised if the below players consider making the move elsewhere based on their situation at Miami or their NFL potential.”

100 Greatest Plays In Miami History: #59-Darryl Jones Touchdown In Double Overtime Against Boston College 1997 - State of the U

“With a 5-6 record, the 1997 season is regarded as one of the worst in the past 40 years for the Miami Hurricanes. However, one of the wins that year came in a gutsy performance against Boston College.”

100 Greatest Plays In Miami History: #60-Casey Greer Game Winning Tackle Against Syracuse 1992 - State of the U

“In late November of the 1992 season, the Hurricanes to upstate New York to take on the #8 Orangemen of Syracuse in front of a record and rowdy crowd at the Carrier Dome.

With players like Warren Sapp and Micheal Barrow, it was a defensive struggle throughout, and the Canes held a 16-10 lead late in the fourth quarter. Down but not out, Cuse QB Marvin Graves drove his team all the way down to the Miami 22-yard line with six seconds to go.”

2019 Canes Football Preview: Week 4 vs Central Michigan Chippewas - State of the U

“Following a ‘tune-up’ game against Bethune-Cookman on Sept. 14th, the ‘Canes face off against the Chippewas — the first football matchup in history between the programs.”

Coaching Generation Z, Grit, and the Elite 11 - State of the U

“Summer camps, combines and showcases are well underway all over the United States as high school prep players try to impress power five coaches into offering them scholarships. On the flip side of that relationship, the college football programs and their head coaches are also trying their best to impress the young men (and maybe even some women) in the class of 2020 to commit to their school.”

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