Former Miami Hurricanes starting quarterback N’Kosi Perry was absent from today’s practice session due to personal issues, according to a University of Miami spokesperson.
Perry was the Hurricanes starter throughout much of the 2018 season and threw for 1,091 yards and 13 touchdowns as a redshirt freshman.
With Bethune-Cookman rolling into town this Saturday, Perry would likely see plenty of playing time for the first time this season.
But despite his absence, former quarterback Tate Martell was lined up at WR, where he has been practicing since the season started.
If you’re wondering, Tate Martell is still dressed as a WR despite Perry’s absence pic.twitter.com/5WdYBx7Q41— Gaboowins (@GabyUrrutia22) September 11, 2019
True freshman Peyton Matocha was getting reps behind starter Jarren Williams, as were Carson Proctor and Ryan Rizk.