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State of The U Apr 24, 2018
Miami Hurricanes 2018 NFL Draft Profile: WR Braxton Berrios

Miami Hurricanes 2018 NFL Draft Profile: WR Braxton Berrios

A heart-and-soul player for the Hurricanes, Braxton Berrios now makes the transition to the NFL. There is no better ambassador for Miami Hurricanes football than wide receiver Braxton Berrios. From diving for passes that are well out of his range, to fielding questions both pre- and post-game, one can’t help but walk away from a social interaction with the senior wide receiver without rooting for his success, followed by self-analyzing yourself as to why there are not more human beings like him. No player on Miami’s roster in 2017 was more integral to the program than wide receiver...
Canes Warning Apr 24, 2018

Miami Hurricanes get transfer love from Dick Vitale

The Miami Hurricanes staff did an exceptional job mining the transfer market. ESPN’s Dick Vitale took notice and mentioned it in his weekly column on ESPN.Com The Hurricanes added three high-quality transfers to form a recruiting class for 2018. The newest Miami Hurricanes are guards Kameron McGusty from Oklahoma, Anthony Mack from Wyoming and Zach […] Miami Hurricanes get transfer love from Dick Vitale - Canes Warning - Canes Warning - A Miami Hurricanes blog
Canes Warning Apr 23, 2018

Miami Hurricanes have the most players ranked in each 1st round slot

The Miami Hurricanes have been one of the most dominant programs in the NFL Draft. The Hurricanes have set numerous NFL Draft records. We can add one more record to the list. NFL.Com ranked the best player in each first-round draft slot. The Miami Hurricanes came out on top with seven players rated the best […] Miami Hurricanes have the most players ranked in each 1st round slot - Canes Warning - Canes Warning - A Miami Hurricanes blog
State of The U Apr 23, 2018
Monday Musings: We Back, Y’all; LSU on my Mind; Projecting ProCanes in the Draft

Monday Musings: We Back, Y’all; LSU on my Mind; Projecting ProCanes in the Draft

It’s great to be back! After a life-necessitating hiatus, Monday Musings is back and better than ever. Or worse. Or more random and senseless (?). I don’t know. Anyway, I’m very grateful to Cam for letting me return and giving me the best platform to spew the random Cane tidbits floating through my head every week. Now, on with it…. 1. Somehow I’m appreciating Malik more than ever. Even Captain Obvious would tell you that keeping Malik Rosier in the pocket and forcing him to beat you with his arm is the blueprint to stopping the Miami offense. That being said, what...

Hurricanes spring football takeaways: What we learned after UM's 15 spring practices

The Hurricanes wrapped up spring practice on Saturday with a closed, situational scrimmage that let some of its youngest players show coaches how they've developed over the past five weeks. From a still-unsettled quarterback race to a new position on defense, here, our look at what we've learned...
State of The U Apr 23, 2018
Miami Hurricanes Hoops: With 4 Transfers, Miami is Getting Better Moving Forward

Miami Hurricanes Hoops: With 4 Transfers, Miami is Getting Better Moving Forward

Our Basketball Team Saved by the Ever Growing Transfer Market To this day, the Miami Hurricanes do not hold a high school commitment for their basketball team. Having lost at minimum Bruce Brown and Lonnie Walker to the NBA draft, one would think Miami’s basketball team is hovering over live fire. But thanks to the transfer market, Miami could field a strong basketball team next year. Here’re the tidbits from who we landed in the last few weeks. Zach Johnson Our own Cam Underwood wrote this piece about Zach Johnson. As you can see in the clip, Zach is adept at scoring. In the same...
State of The U Apr 23, 2018
Miami Hurricanes in the 2018 NFL Draft

Miami Hurricanes in the 2018 NFL Draft

All our coverage of the next wave of ProCanes 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. It’s All About the U, BABY!
State of The U Apr 23, 2018
Miami Hurricanes 2018 NFL Draft Profile: RB Mark Walton

Miami Hurricanes 2018 NFL Draft Profile: RB Mark Walton

The Mighty Miami Hurricanes continue to bolster their lineage of sending great running backs to NFL with Mark Walton be the next in line. Impressing fans since his arrival to the University of Miami’s Coral Gables campus, it did not take long for Mark Walton to win ’Canes fans over. With explosive runs, shift elusiveness and the willingness to initiate contact, Walton worked his way up the depth chart to become the next in a great line of feature backs at UM. Walton earned the right to get the lion’s share of carries in his junior season. Hardships fall on all of us. A fact that...
Canes Warning Apr 23, 2018

Miami Hurricanes basketball recruiting class is brilliant

After adding their first recruit less than a week ago the Miami Hurricanes basketball program has put together a brilliant recruiting class. Jim Larranaga has salvaged a good group with three transfers. The Miami Hurricanes had not added any recruits during 2018 signing period due to their implication in the Addidas scandal. The Hurricanes have […] Miami Hurricanes basketball recruiting class is brilliant - Canes Warning - Canes Warning - A Miami Hurricanes blog
Canes Warning Apr 22, 2018

Miami Hurricanes offense disappears in series loss vs Pittsburgh

As Canes Warning predicated in the Miami Hurricanes series preview against Pittsburgh offense was at a premium this weekend. Pittsburgh won two out of the three games in the series by outscoring Miami 5-4. The Panthers advantage was over three games. They didn’t win one game 5-4. The lack of an offense has been the […] Miami Hurricanes offense disappears in series loss vs Pittsburgh - Canes Warning - Canes Warning - A Miami Hurricanes blog
Canes Warning Apr 22, 2018

Players exit interviews and then recruiting for Miami Hurricanes Coaching Staff.

Spring practice has concluded for 2018 for the Miami Hurricanes. The coaching staff will conduct exit interviews on Monday and Tuesday. They will spend the four weeks following on the road recruiting. Richt has built a more cohesive and organized staff than at least the Shannon and Golden eras. The Miami Hurricanes coaching staff works […] Players exit interviews and then recruiting for Miami Hurricanes Coaching Staff. - Canes Warning - Canes Warning - A Miami Hurricanes blog
Canes Warning Apr 22, 2018

Miami Hurricanes offense would be simplified for QBs Perry or Williams

At the conclusion of spring practice, Miami Hurricanes Head Coach Mark Richt said they the offense would be simplified if N’Kosi Perry or Jarren Williams becomes the quarterback. If for whatever reason Malik Rosier is not the starting quarterback for the Miami Hurricanes next season the offense will be simplified according to Mark Richt. Richt […] Miami Hurricanes offense would be simplified for QBs Perry or Williams - Canes Warning - Canes Warning - A Miami Hurricanes blog
State of The U Apr 22, 2018
Miami Hurricanes biggest NFL Draft steals in history

Miami Hurricanes biggest NFL Draft steals in history

NFL U has had their share of draft steals over the years The Miami Hurricanes are known for being NFL U after having some of the league’s best players regardless of position in NFL history. From names like Michael Irvin and Ray Lewis to Jim Kelly and Ed Reed- the Hurricanes have produced NFL talent on a consistent basis since the early 1980’s. That being said, not every Hurricane-turned-NFL star was taken in the first round like a Russell Maryland or Jerome Brown. Five former Hurricanes were draft steals who were taken late and turned out good if not great NFL careers. ...
State of The U Apr 22, 2018
U Network Helps Former Players Post-Football

U Network Helps Former Players Post-Football

Football doesnt last forever, even for the best players. This is where Mark Richt and his U Network step in. The University of Miami football program is one of the most supportive of its kind. Former players are there for each other and the kids who currently play, because they were in the same situation at one point in their life. Players spend money out of their own pockets to make this program what it is. Greg Olsen, Jonothan Vilma, and even Mark Richt have made projects like the Carrol Soffer indoor practice facility a reality. But where the real support lies is the U Network. The U...
Canes Warning Apr 22, 2018

Mark Richt pleased with Miami Hurricanes offense in final Spring Scrimmage

The Miami Hurricanes offense showed improvement in the Final Scrimmage of the Spring on Saturday. They were able to move the ball with more efficiency against what had been a dominant defense. The Miami Hurricanes offense still has plenty to work on including red zone offense heading into the 2018 season. Several Miami Hurricanes players […] Mark Richt pleased with Miami Hurricanes offense in final Spring Scrimmage - Canes Warning - Canes Warning - A Miami Hurricanes blog

Hurricanes Player News

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    Mark Walton

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    RJ McIntosh

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  • Malik Rosier

    Malik Rosier

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  • Braxton Berrios

    Braxton Berrios

    Miami Hurricanes 2018 NFL Draft Profile: WR Braxton Berrios

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