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9-4, 2nd in ACC - Coastal

Mark Richt @MarkRicht

Spring ball ends, but the exciting news of the day is a towering 6'6" decision to play at the U!! This place is on fire! U Family!

Mark Richt @MarkRicht

Can you believe it! Tight End U was very hot!! Now it has flat out caught on fire! Call the fire department!! U Family!

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Miami locking down local kids en route to top ranking (2:42)
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2dAndrea Adelson

Miami QB race won't have any clarity until summer

The Hurricanes enter coach Mark Richt's second season with high expectations despite uncertainty about who will replace departed QB Brad Kaaya.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami won't have its quarterbacks go live in the final scrimmage Saturday, deciding one live scrimmage this spring was enough. Coach Mark Richt explained why he had his QBs get hit last week: "Say a guy has been in the system two or three years, never been hit in the scrimmage, hasn't played college football game ever. Now he may be Joe Stud when he knows no one is going to hit him, you go in a game and he gets hit in the mouth and he spits the bit, he turns to crud on you. You don't want to wait until the first game of the year to find that out about a kid. The other thing is when you go live, guess what? The quarterback might break a tackle and make a play. He might zone read, pull the ball and run."

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami goes into its final practice Saturday with its quarterback competition still open. Malik Rosier and Evan Shirreffs are co-No. 1s, with Jack Allison, Vincent Testaverde and Cade Weldon in the next tier. But there won't be any decisions made based on this weekend. Coach Mark Richt wants to wait to see how quickly true freshman N'Kosi Perry picks up the offense once he arrives in late May. "Can he learn enough to function and play winning football for us? I don't know. We'll find out," Richt said

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3dESPN.com

First 2018 class rankings: Miami

The Hurricanes are off and running in the 2018 cycle and looking for their first top-five class since ranking No. 1 in 2008.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Richt has parlayed the growing momentum and excitement around the Miami program into the No. 1 class in the first ESPN recruiting rankings for 2018 ... at least for now. Richt points out several years ago, Miami also had a top-rated class in the spring, only to lose commitments and finish toward the bottom of the Top 25. Still, there is no denying how much he has changed the recruiting dynamic in South Florida, with a nation-high 11 ESPN 300 commitments. "If we hang onto the kids we've got right now, it's a hell of a class so far. It's exciting," Richt said.

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4dTed Miller

Miami still TE U?

The Hurricanes haven't produced as many NFL TEs in the past five years, but a total of five were drafted in the last decade.

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5dMatt Bowen

Which quarterback fits the Giants best?

With Eli Manning in place, Big Blue can be patient and take a toolsy prospect who could use more seasoning before becoming a starter.

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Combining Njoku's athleticism with science (2:52)
6dGerry Hamilton

Miami's run continues with ESPN Jr. 300 TE Brevin Jordan

Miami’s momentum on the trail has reached a fever pitch. Already with the nation's top class by far in the 2018 cycle with 12 ESPN Junior 300 commitments, the Hurricanes hit yet another home run on Sunday.

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10dMax Olson

Thompson, son of ex-Sooners QB, picks Texas

Texas coach Tom Herman landed a commitment from ESPN Junior 300 quarterback Casey Thompson on Thursday. Thompson's father, Charles, was a quarterback at Oklahoma.

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12dAdam Rittenberg

Future defense rankings: Miami

Defensive coordinator Manny Diaz has eight returning starters to work with in his second season at Miami. The Canes are still young, but they'll be much more experienced.

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami QB Jack Allison is already regaining range of motion in his bruised shoulder suffered Saturday. Mark Richt has no regrets making the QBs live in practice because there wasn't separation in the competition. He was afraid he'd pick a QB and then find out they're unable to operate against a true pass rush. "I felt it was the best shot for me to learn some of the things I need to learn about these kids," Richt said.

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Richt knows Miami can make a run (1:16)

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