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February 13, 2013

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Harry Miller

WE still got ricky town.

Ohio_Cane

Deon Bush

Willie Will in Missouri

Dammit harry this blog was suppose to be mine

j.w.

3!

86Cane

Mr. Miller...U da man, but U already know that. Glad U are still around The Space. Please keep us up to date with "The Ricky Town" sweepstakes! Canes fans LOVE that player.

Willie Will in Missouri

Best blog article to date!!!!

Terrance Sullivan

86 is on fire.

Terrance Sullivan

Willie Will thanks for letting us know about Corn Elder.

Willie Will in Missouri

For people that don't know,

Canespace makes dreams come true. Canespace made Corn Elder's dream come true today!!!!

86Cane

WWIN...U nailed this one (Corn Elder) but let me tell U a little story that U will not believe, because if U were not there then U will have to rely on my witnesses and there were many:

U could only wish to be at the "Party on the Patio" at the The Hampton Inn when Mr. Miller shows up. We are drinking (heavily) and dining on pizza (OGV is drooling) when he tells us some old time Hurricane stories and about how Ricky Town wants to be a Cane.

We literally talk for hours until we are all fat, happy and tired. And we all left with MUCH respect for Mr. Miller and QB Ricky Town, a future Hurricane. That is ALL I will say about that...but there is so much more.

86Cane

Canespace makes dreams come true. Canespace made Corn Elder's dream come true today!!!!

Posted by: Willie Will in Nashville | February 14, 2013 at 12:17 AM

U know, that I know, that U know.

Love U bro, WE did this!

86Cane

So many stories, so little time.

CaneRock

Ya' know, watching Shane Larkins tonight, it finally dawned on me, He reminds me of Mahmoud Abdul Raouf!
For those of ya'll that don't know, or remember who Rauf was, He was formerly known as Chris Jackson at LSU, played with Shaq in the late 80s.

panamacitycane

Canespace ate two of my post...oh well

Harry Miller

Thank you 86Cane for the compliment. Don't forget that OGV is going to give me $500 if No-d is definsive coach of the year in the ACC..Probably wont happen but it could with the players we have returning. I have read every single blog since that fun night.It was worth the 3600 mile trip just to see some of the people on this blog. It was a fun and intertaining night. Ill be back.

CaneRock

SOUP, this kid was at tonight's game at FSU. Even with ONE! hand, He's one of the BEST! players in the State:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PE93MfGpU1M

86Cane

I have read every single blog since that fun night.It was worth the 3600 mile trip just to see some of the people on this blog. It was a fun and intertaining night. Ill be back.

Posted by: Harry Miller | February 14, 2013 at 12:50 AM

If only EVERYBODY could say that!

Canespace is such a BLAST when it works right.

Mia Chi 'Cane '98

Nice win by the 'Canes tonight. This is the type of game they would have lost a year or two ago (especially under Haith)

I would love to see the 'Canes be the #1 team for a week or two etc. I know everyone wants them to be a #1seed in the Tourney. But with that seed comes a lot of pressure. Less pressure as a #2 seed. Plus if you do not win the Tourney no ones ever remembers what # seed you were. But people will remember when you were the #1 team in the country for the week(s)

orange 'n green in the vein

86, great time catching up however briefly as always my friend, glad to see The Pimp keep strutting in person.

Tonight, great win on the road against a crowd that was desperate for something to sink their teeth into. Always nice when you can play something a far cry from your best game and still find a way to grind out a win in your opponents preferred style of game. The Pimp actually asked his players with FSU within a single possession what they wanted to do about FSU's offense (I think, this is all gathered from lip reading) and Larkin and Johnson started pitching ideas at him mid-TO, whatever they all decided on obviously worked judging by the final score. If Kadji doesn't no-show on offense tonight this game wasn't close but as it was, nice to see Jekiri, Swoope, and Brown play significant minutes and have a hand in a big win. The Pimp is about to have a really nice problem with four good to serviceable bigs to play and only two court spots to be filled.

My only question on the new, new signing, how in the world did he just slip through the cracks like that? A major prospect from a metro area the size of Nashville and nobody got his ink last week?

Willie Will in Missouri

Willie Will thanks for letting us know about Corn Elder.

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | February 14, 2013 at 12:15 AM

*takin a bow* thank ya *takin a bow* thank ya very much!! LMAO


Willie Will in Missouri

U know, that I know, that U know.

Love U bro, WE did this!

Posted by: 86Cane | February 14, 2013 at 12:25 AM


LOL. Love u too bruh!! I still can't believe the way we made it happen today. I think u need to post a timeline of it

LB

"Canes fans LOVE that player."

Add me in at least the top 2 of that crew. It's Town or BUST in 2015.

Despite mistakes, the Canes knocked off the Noles. This is a wonderful team with room to improve.

canezilla


Dammit harry this blog was suppose to be mine

Posted by: Willie Will in Nashville | February 14, 2013 at 12:03 AM
BETWEEN U AND ME ...IT IS. CAN U ASK ELDER HOW HE FEELS ABOUT BLACK SOCKS?

Old Skool

This has to be the wackiest homer angle to a basketball story I've read in a while. The writer references the what-if of Shane Larkin having committed to FSU rather than Miami.

http://www.tampabay.com/sports/basketball/college/miami-fights-off-fsu/1275199

Boy is that a slippery slope. who is the coach of FSU again. What if Michael Jordan hadn't sung his Washington Wizards siren song. What if Nevin was an FIU fan. What if the asteroid sped up by 15 minutes.

86Cane

OGV...U know it buddy! I gotta give U credit, at least U are willing to drive 3 hours each way just to see your Canes play. That is a REAL fan.

New blog tonight with photos and all from the BIG win in Tally. First work in Tally then drive 5 hours to get home to the CCC.

Me so tired...

86Cane

Ohio...U got this? Remember to check the spam filter every now and then.

LB

Alin Edouard just committed, QB for 2014. He's a dual threat. I'm a little confused on this one.

Coley whispered something about being pro, but multiple. He also said the spread...

...?

TJL

Yes LB, another head scratcher like a DB coaching running backs

Does this mean were not recruiting Q Flowers from Jackson or
"little ice" from Booker T (aka FSU's feeder school)

LB

At least Brown has been around the program enough to garner the position. Furthermore, he has perhaps one of the top 5 tailback crews (talent-wise) in the country with Duke, Dallas, Dillard, Lewis, and now Elder.

A lot of folks are going to yell about his lack of high profile offers (Ole Miss, FIU, ULL, Appalachian St.., etc.).

Nobody seems to have a clue on how tall he is... I've seen everything from 6'1" (ESPN) to near 6'3" (the Herald).

Pros: Good touch. Good reads. Good zip. Descent accuracy.
Cons: Likes to run way too much.

Is this indicative of a spread-style offense? If so, me no like. Give me the Stephen Morris/Kevin Olsen/Ricky Town whose first instinct is to chuck the pig, over the injury-prone Vick.

LB

He has decent feet, too (when he plants to pass).

LA3

by Scout.com Feb 13, 2013
Elder to delay decision
One of the most electric prospects in the country will not sign on Wednesday...

The University of Miami's 2013 recruiting class just got a whole lot stronger today with the addition of four-star running back Corn Elder.

Elder is a winner first of all. He has won three state championships on the football field and he will take that winning attitude with him to college. As a running back, he is extremely slippery. He is tough to tackle, he is tough to get a big hit on, and he is a threat to make a big play any time he touches the football. He is very quick, he is shifty, and he can catch the ball out of the backfield. He is a tough player too. - Chad Simmons

WELCOME TO THE U!
Another playmaker.....needs to bulk up some.

LB

Heh... here's how bad the ACC is:

Pittsburgh has won more games in series against every team in the ACC except Wake Forest (because they haven't played), Virginia Tech (Hokies 7-5), North Carolina (5-3), Maryland (3-3), and UM (Canes up 22-9-1).

They even lead series against the Noles 5-3.
(Source: http://espn.go.com/blog/acc)

Ohio_Cane

My only question on the new, new signing, how in the world did he just slip through the cracks like that? A major prospect from a metro area the size of Nashville and nobody got his ink last week?

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | February 14, 2013 at 01:36 AM
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Rumor has it, he was waiting on a Cane offer. Was still considering tOSU, UCLA, Auburn, et al.

Ohio_Cane

Ohio...U got this? Remember to check the spam filter every now and then.

Posted by: 86Cane | February 14, 2013 at 07:56 AM
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Reporting for duty, sir!

Ohio_Cane

Alin Eduoard - Edouard has been a hot topic for most Canes fans recently, and lot of fans have been tweeting at him. Edouard had one message for them.

“Since I committed I want to tell them that I’m gonna stay loyal to the Canes and that there is more 2014 prospects out there and I’ll probably bring some in.”

Ohio_Cane

That's from Tito Benach ^^^

JCane

There were also rumors that Corn was considering b-ball over football, but I'm not one of those with any inside info.... :)

Ohio_Cane

Champagnat Catholic Safety Michael Johnson (6’2”, 190) is waiting on an offer from Canes.

“They told me they’re not really big on just throwing offers out there like that so I’m just gonna be patient with it because I’m gonna get it sooner or later. If
Miami offers me, I’m gonna commit and I’m not going to any other school.”

Ohio_Cane

Augustus Edwards:

Young_King ‏@GodsGiftGUS

#GodIsGreat finally got the SAT score I been praying so hard for!

Ohio_Cane

2014 Safety Kiy Hester (6'2, 200) from St. Joseph's in Montvale, NJ is one of our top targets for next year.

Highlights: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/737623/highlights/36787518

Rivals profile: http://rivals.yahoo.com/ncaa/football/recruiting/player-Kiy-Hester-133299

Ohio_Cane

^^ Hester is really good friends with AQM. We'll most likely get him.

Fish

LOF= The Corn

Schweaty Balls

Edouard could end up being a a really good CB. Kid is 6'2, runs a 4.6 40 and looks more built to be a CB rather than be a QB. Tall, fast CB's are a premium. I could see another AJ highsmith type.

Willie Will in Missouri

There were also rumors that Corn was considering b-ball over football, but I'm not one of those with any inside info.... :)

Posted by: JCane | February 14, 2013 at 09:24 AM

Rumor has it, he was waiting on a Cane offer. Was still considering tOSU, UCLA, Auburn, et al.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | February 14, 2013 at 09:12 AM

NO RUMOR, he wanted to be a CANE that's a fact. I've told yall this since last year. How do I know? Because he told me face to face out of his mouth.

CaneRock

Is this indicative of a spread-style offense? If so, me no like. Give me the Stephen Morris/Kevin Olsen/Ricky Town whose first instinct is to chuck the pig, over the injury-prone Vick.

Posted by: LB | February 14, 2013 at 08:25 AM

True that, but still, Bridgewater running the spread in HS, didn't stop Him from excelling at the College level. Regardless of the praise that Golden gives to the "Pro-Style" QB, at the end of the day, Golden's gonna allow Coley to run what it takes to win. And I like the Edouard kid, He looks "Kaepernickish".

Willie Will in Missouri

Willie Will been talking up Corn for a year now!

Posted by: Texcane | February 13, 2013 at 02:37 PM 
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FACT.

He's gonna be so damn excited lol

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | February 13, 2013 at 02:39 PM

Damn straight I wuz lol. I called his mom right after and she was SUPER EXCITED!

Schweaty Balls

True that, but still, Bridgewater running the spread in HS, didn't stop Him from excelling at the College level. Regardless of the praise that Golden gives to the "Pro-Style" QB, at the end of the day, Golden's gonna allow Coley to run what it takes to win. And I like the Edouard kid, He looks "Kaepernickish".

Posted by: CaneRock | February 14, 2013 at 11:14 AM

I could see the kid play CB eventually, looks more of a Sam Shields type of guy.

Willie Will in Missouri

Zilla,

I'll ask him

Ohio_Cane

Willie, any truth to the rumor Corn is thinking about going Bball only?

I read its not true and he's playing football, but ur closer to him than anyone I talk to

CaneRock

I could see the kid play CB eventually, looks more of a Sam Shields type of guy.

Posted by: Schweaty Balls | February 14, 2013 at 11:22 AM

Maybe, but just judging by AE's HLs, He can throw the HELL! out the ball. If He puts about 10 more pounds of muscle on, things will get interesting on Green-Tree in 2014.

dj moonbat

My only question on the new, new signing, how in the world did he just slip through the cracks like that? A major prospect from a metro area the size of Nashville and nobody got his ink last week?

Posted by: orange 'n green in the vein | February 14, 2013 at 01:36 AM


Weird. I guess we didn't want to do anything to scare Collins off (Collins was probably a better complement to our existing star RB, Duke), and Elder REALLY wanted to come here (enough that he was willing to wait it out).

I just watched his highlight reel on YouTube. That kid has really good football speed. He's not exactly a "change of pace" from Duke; both those guys are going to bring the "fast and shifty" skillset to the field.

If Dillard is ready to take over Mike James's role as The Hammer, the 'Canes are looking like they're well set at RB, even with Clements a big question mark.

I like the pickup. The kid looks like he's gonna be a baller.

Willie Will in Missouri

Dj,

If duke Johnson gets banged up like last year, which I pray to God he won't, Corn will pick up his slack. He's gon be this year's Duke Johnson.

CaneRock

"When I went to Junior Day at Miami I felt like I was already home," Edouard said. "I was the only QB there. I got a chance to speak with [offensive coordinator James] Coley for awhile just one-on-one. He basically wanted to find a quarterback who could run and throw, have accuracy and be a leader on the field. He said I had all those tools.

> Berman said UM has shown interest in a couple others of his talented juniors at Hialeah including center Alique Terry (6-2, 285) and defensive tackle Tony Baxter (6-3, 300). Neither of those players though have offers from the Canes.

http://miamiherald.typepad.com/umiami/2013/02/canes-land-commitment-from-hungry-versatile-athletic-2014-hialeah-qb-alin-edouard.html

Ohio_Cane

Jon Bastian - According to @BigCountyPreps1, 2014 linebacker Andrew Beck (6-3/230) from #TampaPlant was offered by #Miami.

5shipsago

Edouard will end up at saftey. Sure they'll give the dude a chance to play QB but we ain't running a spread offense. Goldie's just lining up athletes.

Ohio_Cane

David Thompson to start at 1b and bat 4th or 5th. Wow, he's better than I thought he was lol

Schweaty Balls

David Thompson to start at 1b and bat 4th or 5th. Wow, he's better than I thought he was lol

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | February 14, 2013 at 01:30 PM

Ohio...now you are getting in to my territory, college baseball. Thompson is a stud hitter, if he did not put out the word he was always going to come to Miami he would have been drafted in the first 2 rounds of the draft. He is a much better baseball player than football. I would be surprised if he does not have at least a .320/15/60 this season. He needs to produce big time, especially early on.

Ohio_Cane

He needs to produce big time, especially early on.

Posted by: Schweaty Balls | February 14, 2013 at 01:48 PM
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Starting the year batting clean-up? He absolutely better produce big time early.

Schweaty Balls

With Whaley and Radzewski out, its a must the bats produce runs, and alot of them. Thompson is key in that being successful. With Morris batting him 4th, it just shows you what kind of stick he has.

Ohio_Cane

With Morris batting him 4th, it just shows you what kind of stick he has.

Posted by: Schweaty Balls | February 14, 2013 at 01:58 PM
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Absolutely, which is why my original post said he's better than I thought. That's some high praise when Morris says "Hey rookie, you're in the 4 slot".

5shipsago

I hate to say this but this will be an up and down season for the Canes baseball team. Best I can give them is 34-22. Lost a lot of their top recruits to the major league draft and with a couple pitchers down already, this could be a long year.

canezilla

Dj,

If duke Johnson gets banged up like last year, which I pray to God he won't, Corn will pick up his slack. He's gon be this year's Duke Johnson.

Posted by: Willie Will in Nashville | February 14, 2013 at 12:22 PM
I THINK WE WILL NEVER SEE A FRESHMEN LIKE DUKE AGAIN ,,1 IN A MILLION

Schweaty Balls

I hate to say this but this will be an up and down season for the Canes baseball team. Best I can give them is 34-22. Lost a lot of their top recruits to the major league draft and with a couple pitchers down already, this could be a long year.

Posted by: 5shipsago | February 14, 2013 at 02:03 PM

Don't be so sure about that. The dymanics of college baseball has changed so much that it does not take much anymore to have a good year. Plus, like Baseball America, you have no idea what to expect from this team b/c they are unproven and there are mamy new faces. But there is alot of talent, just a little unknown is all. Having Whaley and Radziewski out is not good, its only February, and the teams Miami plays before the Florida series are not that good. Morris had a better recruiting class this year than in the past and FR play a bigger role than ever before in college baseball. You are going to see a very different team than you have seen in the past.

CGNC

WWIN: Corn. Now THAT just sounds like a football name to me.

orange 'n green in the vein

86, I'll drive three, possibly more, hours to go see the Hurricanes play, doubly so when the coach of the team is beyond barely competent at his job and actually excels at it.

I'll drive twice as long to get the heck out of the redneck riviera that is Tallahicksville and back to something resembling culture anytime.

Can't describe the complete feeling of confidence I had last night even when the Indian impersonators pulled even that UM was going to street fight their way out with the win, an absolute 180 to the football team this season and the chicken dance mutant from Philly/his buddy from college in similar situations.

I almost was happy for Hamilton that the inbred fans dressed like they had been skinned filed out grumbling about 'at least it was respectable,' due to lingering appreciation for his work at UM when I was in college, but then I realized, it's better it was close and still a loss because it = more heartbreak for those nimrods.

longtimecanefan

After the past day I'm even more confused.

Repeating my post from early yesterday..

Looking at the current roster and depth I see some interesting numbers. While I'm no expert of depth charts a few things look out of line.

Here's the number by position vs starters on the field. Gives you some idea of backups available.

WR - 13 on roster 3 usually on field
TE - 8 on roster 1 usually on field
QB - 5 on roster 1 usually on field
RB - 6 on roster 2 usually on field
OL - 12 on roster 5 usually on field
LB - 10 on roster 3 usually on field
DL - 16 on roster 4 usually on field
DB - 10 on roster 4 usually on field

I can understand a 2 or 3 deep need. But 8 TE's??? 16 DL's?? At WR we're nearing 5 deep, esp if a RB is in the pattern.

Odd thing is with 16 DL's we still need help at that position.

Since I posted this we added another QB, RB and Athlete (probably DB). At least the RB might have a spot, maybe the DB. Another QB?? What, no TE's available......

orange 'n green in the vein

/\/\/\

We can't account for the fact the staff likes multiple position football players and will churn them around the roster to different spots, not that I think it's a good idea to, but they do ltcf.

MassivCane

Longtimecanefan, the NCAA allows us to have a total of 85, with your count we are still under the total number allotted. You have to think this is the norm.

pbcfrcane13

When it comes to Depth chart OGV is right that kids will change spots, but you also have to account that some of those players will never see the field for a snap on D or O they are going to be just special team players, account for injuries kids who wanto to transfer, seniors leaving plus account for juniors who may leave early as well. I mean look at our WR last year Lewis went out and Hurns was out for a bit and didnt lockhart get hurt to. So their is three guys hurt already. I don't think its that big of a deal as your making it out to be. IMO of course

5shipsago

Longtimecanesfan,
16 DL and even with that number we have a ocean wide hole at, need I say It DT! Dye & Perry have been moved back to DE, so that will cut the TE numbers. The numbers need to be up at DB & CB, slightly.

Ohio_Cane

"Think like a gardner, but work like a carpenter"

Love that line by The Pimp

5shipsago

I meant LB & DB.

86Cane

NO RUMOR, he wanted to be a CANE that's a fact. I've told yall this since last year. How do I know? Because he told me face to face out of his mouth.

Posted by: Willie Will in Nashville | February 14, 2013 at 11:12 AM

And the rest is history...WWIN got this!

I think Cristobal better be worried, WWIN gonna take his job. LOL

86Cane

Back to the 863 from the 850. Long day, long life. Be back later, Valentine's Day dinner is on the table, gotta go.

fran

Leonard Conley ****

Mcginns ale house

Wow-- corn looks fast-- Willie is he someone that's ready to play or do you
Think he needs a year?

Old Skool

Happy V Day. No matter how bad things may seem. Be glad you're not stuck on a Carnival ship eating onion burgers and smelling sewage for days on end or even worse live in Tallahassee.

Anthonyjmanis

Cane brotherhood: At last behold 2014 #1 recruiting class The University of Miami. A lot South Florida kids want to be canes and put the team back on the map believe it or not.man SoBe is the spot to be especially with the bball blazing hot. This last year during recruiting we let other coaches get to the young teenage manipulative minds with the probation b.s.and $EC. The $h!t the school did by opposing another ban was probably detrimental to the 2013 class but in the end it looks like it was a smart move after all.Checkmate NCAA!!!!! This will all be over with going into fall. Trust me they U will recruit big and more importantly win big!!

Anthonyjmanis

Ps OGV I read the space three to five times a day. Quit hatetin. No matter how bad you think DNO is we will have momentum going into the fall once the ncaa b.s. is over. THE monkey off your back. Make way WE GOT SOME CANES OVA HERE!!

Anthonyjmanis

Or GVille. I leaves there for two years...........Worst two years of my life.

Anthonyjmanis

Momentum-monkey off our backs come this fall. WE GOT SOME CANES OVA HERE!!!!

orange 'n green in the vein

/\/\/\

I'm not surprised, you were old enough to vote for those two years, weren't you?

JCane, good to see you got into your typepad account so I could go dig up THIS post quote from you easily:

"OFF:Shane McDermott DEF:Vaughn Telemaque Frosh:D'Mauri Jones Coach:DiNofrio
Toggle Commented Aug 7, 2012 on Legends Of The Fall 2012 at Canespace"

Let's see, underrated good player that reminds me of an athletic Brett Romberg, a guy who I seem to like better than nearly everybody else maybe even including you today, who, and lastly LMFAO!

Hurricane Warrior

Ufomba Kamalu DL 6-6 280 Fayetteville, Ga. (Butler CC)

I believe he is a redshirt sophmore and will have 3 year to play 3 much like Gunter was last year.

Bond and Beau are the 2 Juniors who have 2 years to make an impact, although they have redshirts available, I don't think Golden signed them to redshirt.

86Cane

WE GOT SOME CANES OVA HERE!!!!

Posted by: Anthonyjmanis | February 14, 2013 at 08:37 PM

WHOOSH, WHOOSH!

Anthonyjmanis

You always miss the point OGV? I live in the next town over from Leesburg (D.Jones) was a hometown pick. 86 said don't pick the obvious so McDermott wasn't on obvious pick. My bad on Good Ol Telemarketer lol. DNO okay I was at the spring game and although it was extremely vanilla. I thought the d would be a surprise. I've looked up all the d stats a temple when was the mutant was there and I come away unimpressed. However from my previous comment with the talent and momentum we gain provided the ncaa waves the white flag even he can't f this mega storm brewing. You owe me a beer I'll be coming to the spring game so see you there.

Hurricane Warrior

Based on the new spring roster vs. 2012 spring roster.

Biggest Gainers this off season:
DE Ricardo Williams: 31 lbs up to 251
DT Olsen Pierre: 31 lbs up to 296
CB Nate Dortch: 23 lbs up to 175
DE Tyriq McCord: 21 lbs up to 236
S Deon Bush: 16 lbs up to 195
LB JaWand Blue: 16 lbs up to 210
CB Tracy Howard: 15 lbs up to 185
WR Herb Waters: 13 lbs up to 185
TE Jake O'Donnell: 13 lbs up to 243
WR Robert Lockhart Jr.: 12 lbs up to 188

Biggest Losers:
OL Danny Isidora: 33 lbs down to 312
DT Dequan Ivery: 28 lbs down to 303
DE Dyron Dye: 17 lbs down to 258
TE Asante Cleveland: 10 lbs down to 260
OL Seantrel Henderson: 10 lbs down to 340

Looks like our team is getting a little bigger. Of all the returning players from last spring they put on a total 154 lbs. This includes the weight that is lost by some players.

Hurricane Warrior

FYI last year the biggest gainers were:
DT Junior Alexis: 40 lbs up to 280 - gone
Dt Corey King: 25 lbs up to 295 - contributes significantly
WR Phillip Dorsett: 16 lbs up to 186 - break out year
Thurston Armbrister: 17 lbs up to 212 - got to start
TE Asante Cleveland: 15 lbs up tp 270 - did not play much
LB Tyrone Cornileus: 15 lbs up to 210 - played a lot
S Kacy Rogers: 13 lbs up to 213 - started a few games
CB Thomas Finnie: 13 lbs up to 183 - played a lot
DE Anthony Chickill: 10 lbs up to 258 - slowed down a bit

No one lost more than 10 lbs last year and only 6 players lost weight compared to 24 this off season.

86Cane

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