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Keoki

F' the Turds!
GO CANES!!!

SOUP

YEAH BUDDY!

Terrance Sullivan

The Road to Charlotte Starts Now. Go Canes!

TonyCane

List of Woe Top 5, 2016 Season
1. Clemson (when faced in ACC title game)
2. Notre Dame
3. North Carolina
4. Florida State
5. LSU (if faced in bowl game)

Schnelly's Mustache

I haven't posted in months, but I'm knocking the dust off since the season is only a couple of months away. And I'm trying out this new screen name!

#GoCanes

SOUP

Love the new screen name!

Go Canes!

Ariz; THE WORK 7-26
by Peter Ariz

Published on 07-26-2016 08:27 PM 24 Comments Comments


**Things are getting absolutely rolling for this coaching staff on the recruiting trail. I expect Miami to land a few more commitments by week one of the season. Some candidates for that are Trajan Bandy, Amari Carter, and Bradley Jennings, Jr.

**What a pickup for Craig Kuligowski in D.J. Johnson from Sacramento, California. Here�s the scoop with him�Johnson had been notifying the staff for about a month that he was planning on committing to the Hurricanes. Originally, Johnson was going to wait until around December to announce his commitment. The Miami staff encouraged him to go public with his intentions after Paradise Camp and he was very close to doing so. After talking things over for his family, they felt comfortable with his decision and he announced it last night. He likes the idea of becoming an ambassador for the class, just like Deejay Dallas.

Miami had Johnson way up on their board, and were even crazier about him after seeing him in person two weeks ago. At 6-5, 245, he is built to get up to 275-285 and looks versatile enough to play inside. Johnson�s quick step off the ball and length is elite.

Quick note on the commitment: I thought it was interesting that Calais Campbell liked my tweet about Johnson committing. Campbell was at paradise camp and got a chance to see the Cali kid up close. He seems excited.

**Amari Carter � Notre Dame insiders remain confident that he winds up in South Bend; I remain confident that he will choose Miami. It is definitely down to these two. Many are putting weight into the fact that ND has landed a teammate of his each of the last two recruiting cycles, but I am hearing that might not be as important as some believe. I also think that an announcement will come in the early part of the high school season or earlier.

**Trajan Bandy � Was on Miami campus TWICE last week. It was reported that he was there once, but he went the day after as well. 247sports had a couple of crystal balls for South Carolina after he visited over the weekend, but that would be a stunning decision from what I�ve heard. Miami leads here as has been trending for more than a month. Miami is not going to lose the Columbus boys.

**Bradley Jennings, Jr. � Miami has been aggressively pursuing the FSU commit for months. I�ve posted for a while that the staff felt very confident in flipping him, regardless of his ties to Florida State. Jennings said in an interview today that he will make his �final� decision on August 1st. This announcement is not a surprise considering he was at paradise camp. There has been speculation that the Seminoles haven�t been pursuing Jennings very hard, but Miami expects FSU to make a last-second push to keep him in the class. Linebacker is not a loaded position in this cycle in the state. Miami views Jennings, Jr. as a valuable potentially paired with Waynmon Steed in this class.

**Devonta Smith � The Louisiana product released his final three of Miami, Alabama, and LSU. I�m told that he won�t be choosing LSU and that the Canes and Crimson Tide are his de-facto final two. I picked up an interesting tidbit that Smith has been raving to some of his teammates about Miami, but I haven�t heard anything from Miami�s side to indicate that he is leaning their way. His decision date is August 15th and I still expect Bama. Maybe the Canes are trying to keep something quiet, though.

**As Miami offensive line commit Navaughn Donaldson continues to raise his stock, Florida, Florida State, USC, and others are pursuing him. Miami is not worried about his commitment. His mother is a huge advocate of him staying home and he knows he is a day-1 starter next season.
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SinisterCane

Stadium shot


https://www.canesinsight.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=37043&d=1469576109

This should cools things off by 20 degrees lol, I felt my soul being burnt away @ the Clemson game

SinisterCane

Jeremiah Holloman 2017 GA WR Offered by tha U

http://www.hudl.com/video/3/2930394/5721e6fc9a90ec5540ae2df6

Hassan

10th

Lur-ker

Jeudy to bammer on Thursday according to Pete.

thirstybuzzardcane

11th

thirstybuzzardcane


Jeremiah Holloman 2017 GA WR Offered by tha U

http://www.hudl.com/video/3/2930394/5721e6fc9a90ec5540ae2df6

Posted by: SinisterCane | July 27, 2016 at 08:42 AM

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This kid reminds me of Julio Jones.

SinisterCane

Preseason All-ACC


GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Defending league champion Clemson leads all schools with 10 selections to the 2016 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Preseason Football Team announced on Wednesday.

The team was selected by a vote of 191 media members who were credentialed for last week’s ACC Football Kickoff in Charlotte.

Clemson junior quarterback Deshaun Watson, who was voted to repeat as ACC Preseason Player of the Year by the Kickoff media, is joined on the All-ACC offensive preseason team by Tiger wide receiver Artavis Scott, tight end Jordan Leggett, offensive tackle Mitch Hyatt, offensive guard Tyrone Crowder, center Jay Guillermo and placekicker Greg Huegel. Defensive tackle Carlos Watkins, linebacker Ben Boulware and cornerback Cordrea Tankersely are Clemson’s defensive selections.

Florida State placed five student-athletes on the 2016 All-ACC preseason team, while Louisville and North Carolina each had three selected.

Watson, who in 2015 became the first player in FBS history to pass for 4,000 yards and rush for 1,000 more, is joined in the preseason All-ACC backfield by Florida State junior Dalvin Cook and North Carolina junior Elijah Hood.

FSU’s Cook was the 2015 recipient of the Jim Brown Award – given to the nation’s top running back by the Touchdown Club of Columbus – after setting school single-season records for rushing yards (1,691) and all-purpose yards (1,935). UNC’s Hood rushed for 1,463 yards and 17 touchdowns as a sophomore last season. His single-season rushing total was the second-highest ever by a Tar Heel.

Clemson’s Scott is joined on the preseason All-ACC wide receiving corps by fellow juniors Isaiah Ford of Virginia Tech and Travis Rudolph of Florida State. The trio combined for 227 catches, 2,981 yards and 24 touchdowns in 2015.

Preseason All-ACC tight end recognition goes to Clemson’s Leggett, who was a John Mackey Award finalist last season with 40 catches for 525 yards and eight touchdowns . He is joined on the offensive line by Florida State’s Roderick Johnson and Clemson teammate Hyatt at tackle. Clemson’s Tyrone Crowder and Pitt’s Dorian Johnson man the offensive guard spots, while the Tigers’ Guillermo was selected at the center position.

Florida State senior DeMarcus Walker and Pitt redshirt senior Ejuan Price were the choices at defensive end, while Clemson’s Watkins and Louisville’s DeAngelo Brown received nods at defensive tackle. Price led the ACC and ranked eighth nationally with 0.88 quarterback sacks per game (11.5 total) last season.

Clemson’s Boulware and the Louisville senior duo of Keith Kelsey and Devonte Fields fill the linebacker slots. Fields led the NCAA last season in tackles for loss per game (1.73), and Kelsey ranked among the ACC leaders in total tackles with 107.

The secondary features a pair of senior cornerbacks in Clemson’s Tankersley and North Carolina Des Lawrence. Florida State safety Derwin James is joined at safety by Virginia junior Quin Blanding, the 2014 ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year. Tankersley’s five interceptions last season tied for second in the conference, and Blanding ranked second in tackles per game with 9.6.

The special teams include Clemson’s Huegel, a redshirt sophomore. Miami senior Justin Vogel earned the spot at punter, while North Carolina senior Ryan Switzer is a repeat choice as return specialist. Switzer enters his final season with an ACC-record seven punt returns for touchdowns and is one shy of the NCAA mark.

Watson led the overall voting, being chosen by 188 of the 191 media members casting ballots. Florida State’s Cook was named by 184 voters, and the Seminoles’ Johnson was named on 153 ballots.

Others reaching or topping the century mark were Clemson’s Boulware (149), Florida State’s Walker (142), Clemson’s Watkins (132), Guillermo (124), Tankersley (115) and Scott (112), Virginia Tech’s Ford (112), Florida State’s James (112), North Carolina’s Switzer (112), Virginia’s Blanding (107), Pitt’s Johnson (107) and Price (102), and Miami’s Vogel (100).

Watson, Scott, Roderick Johnson, Blanding and Switzer are repeat selections from the 2015 All-ACC preseason team.

2016 All-ACC Preseason Football Team

Offense
WR – Artavis Scott, Jr., Clemson
WR – Isaiah Ford, Jr., Virginia Tech
WR – Travis Rudolph, Jr. Florida State
TE – Jordan Leggett, Sr., Clemson
OT – Roderick Johnson, Jr., Florida State
OT – Mitch Hyatt, So., Clemson
OG – Dorian Johnson, Sr., Pitt
OG – Tyrone Crowder, Jr., Clemson
C – Jay Guillermo, r-Sr., Clemson
QB – Deshaun Watson, Jr., Clemson
RB – Dalvin Cook, Jr., Florida State
RB – Elijah Hood, Jr., North Carolina

Defense
DE – DeMarcus Walker, Sr., Florida State
DE – Ejuan Price, r-Sr., Pitt
DT – Carlos Watkins, r-Sr., Clemson
DT – DeAngelo Brown, Sr., Louisville
LB – Ben Boulware, Sr., Clemson
LB – Keith Kelsey, Sr., Louisville
LB – Devonte Fields, Sr., Louisville
CB – Cordrea Tankersley, Sr., Clemson
CB – Des Lawrence, Sr., North Carolina
S – Derwin James, So., Florida State
S – Quin Blanding, Jr., Virginia

Special Teams
PK – Greg Huegel, r-So., Clemson
P – Justin Vogel, Sr., Miami
SP – Ryan Switzer, Sr., North Carolina

2016 All-ACC Preseason Team Voting

Quarterback
Deshaun Watson, Clemson 188; Mitch Trubisky, North Carolina 1; Brad Kaaya, Miami 1; Lamar Jackson, Louisville 1.

Running Back
Dalvin Cook, Florida State 184; Elijah Hood, North Carolina 97; Wayne Gallman, Clemson 70; Matthew Dayes, NC State 8; Taquan Mizzell, Virginia 7; Travon McMillian, Virginia Tech 4; Qadree Ollison, Pitt 3; Joe Yearby, Miami 3; Jon Hilliman, Boston College 3; Mark Walton, Miami 1; Marcus Marshall, Georgia Tech 1; Brandon Ratcliff, Louisville 1.

Wide Receiver
Artavis Scott, Clemson 112; Isaiah Ford, Virginia Tech 112; Travis Rudolph, Florida State 94; Mike Williams, Clemson 80; Ryan Switzer, North Carolina 42; Mack Hollins, North Carolina 27; James Quick, Louisville 23; Stacy Coley, Miami 23; Kermit Whitefield, Florida State 15; Jamari Staples, Louisville 13; Bug Howard, North Carolina 11; Jesus Wilson, Florida State 6; Bra’Lon Cherry, NC State 5; Tabari Hines, Wake Forest 3; Anthony Nash, Duke 2; Cam Phillips, Virginia Tech 2; Olamide Zaccheaus, Virginia 1; Steve Ishmael, Syracuse 1; T.J. Rahming, Duke 1.

Tight End
Jordan Leggett, Clemson 89; Jaylen Samuels, NC State 41; Bucky Hodges, Virginia Tech 34; Cam Serigne, Wake Forest 7; Ryan Izzo, Florida State 6; David Njoku, Miami 4; Cole Hikutini, Louisville 4; Brandon Fritts, North Carolina 3; Daniel Helm, Duke 2; Scott Orndoff, Pitt 1.

Offensive Tackle
Roderick Johnson, Florida State 153; Mitch Hyatt, Clemson 82; Adam Bisnowaty, Pitt 70; Jon Heck, North Carolina 39; Trevor Darling, Miami 13; Casey Blaser, Duke 8; Eric Smith, Virginia 5; Jonathan McLaughlin, Virginia Tech 4; Geron Christian, Louisville 3; Yosuah Nijman, Virginia Tech 2; Bentley Spain, North Carolina 1; Gabe Brandner, Duke 1; Justin Herron, Wake Forest 1.

Offensive Guard
Dorian Johnson, Pitt 107; Tyrone Crowder, Clemson 82; Caleb Peterson, North Carolina 77; Kareem Are, Florida State 32; Wyatt Teller, Virginia Tech 13; Danny Isidora, Miami 13; Tony Adams, NC State 12; Wilson Bell, Florida State 12; Tanner Stone, Duke 11; KC McDermott, Miami 11; Augie Conte, Virginia Tech 8; Omari Palmer, Syracuse 4.

Center
Jay Guillermo, Clemson 124; Lucas Crowley, North Carolina 13; Jackson Matteo, Virginia 11; Freddie Burden, Georgia Tech 10; Nick Linder, Miami 8; Alec Eberle, Florida State 8; Alex Officer, Pitt 5; Joe Sceflo, NC State 4; Jason Emerich, Syracuse 3; Jon Baker, Boston College 3; Eric Gallo, Virginia Tech 2.

Defensive End
DeMarcus Walker, Florida State 142; Ejuan Price, Pitt 102; Josh Sweat, Florida State 33; Ken Ekanem, Virginia Tech 23; Al-Quadin Muhammad, Miami 16; Harold Landry, Boston College 15; Bradley Chubb, NC State 12; KeShun Freeman, Georgia Tech 10; Mikey Bart, North Carolina 8; Kevin Kavalec, Boston College 6; Andrew Brown, Virginia 5; Dajaun Drennon, North Carolina 5; Duke Ejiofor, Wake Forest 5.

Defensive Tackle
Carlos Watkins, Clemson 132; DeAngelo Brown, Louisville 56; Derrick Nnadi, Florida State 48; Christian Wilkins, Clemson 41; Nazair Jones, North Carolina 31; Patrick Gamble, Georgia Tech 21; Demarcus Christmas, Florida State 15; Josh Banks, Wake Forest 8; Woody Baron, Virginia Tech 7; B.J. Hill, NC State 5; Mike Ramsay, Duke 5; Truman Gutapfel, Boston College 5; A.J. Wolf, Duke 4; Donte Wilkins, Virginia 4.

Linebacker
Ben Boulware, Clemson 149; Keith Kelsey, Louisville 99; Devonte Fields, Louisville 96; Micah Kiser, Virginia 84; Matt Milano, Boston College 49; Ro’Derrick Hoskins, Florida State 20; Zaire Franklin, Syracuse 13; Marquel Lee, Wake Forest 11; Connor Strachan, Boston College 9; P.J. Davis, Georgia Tech 9; Jermaine Grace, Miami 8; Matt Galambos, Pitt 7; Ben Humphreys, Duke 7; Mike Caprara, Pitt 5; Andrew Motuapuaka, Virginia Tech 3; Airius Moore, NC State 3; Brant Mitchell, Georgia Tech 1.

Cornerback
Cordrea Tankersley, Clemson 115; Des Lawrence, North Carolina 62; Marquez White, Florida State 54; DeVon Edwards, Duke 43; M.J. Stewart, North Carolina 33; Shaq Wiggins, Louisville 20; Corn Elder, Miami 19; Brad Watson, Wake Forest 10; Tim Harris, Virginia 7; Breon Borders, Duke 6; Jack Tocho, NC State 5; Avonte Maddox, Pitt 4; Sheldrick Redwine, Miami 4.

Safety
Derwin James, Florida State 112; Quin Blanding, Virginia 107; Jordan Whitehead, Pitt 51; Josh Harvey-Clemons, Louisville 37; Rayshawn Jenkins, Miami 18; Chuck Clark, Virginia Tech 11; Donnie Miles, North Carolina 10; John Johnson, Boston College 9; Trey Marshall, Florida State 8; Josh Jones, NC State 6; Ryan Janvion, Wake Forest 5; Deondre Singleton, Duke 4; A.J. Gray, Georgia Tech 2; Antwan Cody, Syracuse 2.

Placekicker
Greg Huegel, Clemson 63; Michael Badgley, Miami 41; Nick Weiler, North Carolina 39; Harrison Butker, Georgia Tech 16; Chris Blewitt, Pitt 12; Joey Slye, Virginia Tech 11; Mike Weaver, Wake Forest 7; Cole Murphy, Syracuse 2.

Punter
Justin Vogel, Miami 100; Nicholas Conte, Virginia 60; A.J. Cole III, NC State 20; Ryan Winslow, Pitt 11.

Specialist
Ryan Switzer, North Carolina 112; DeVon Edwards, Duke 40; Kermit Whitfield, Florida State 16; Corn Elder, Miami 8; Brisly Estime, Syracuse 6; T.J. Logan, North Carolina 4; Nyheim Hines, NC State 3; Michael Walker, Boston College 1; Olamide Zaccheaus, Virginia 1.

SinisterCane

CIS:

Good news is that Tom (Dolphins CEO) said that at one point ,before they completely put the cover on, it was a 20 degree difference from outside to under the roof

Old Skool

Didn't get to comment on Will You Be My Partner, but I would go one step further than coaches clinics.

I would make sure that each AYFL player gets to see one Cane game a year which should be easy to do with all the games that don't sell out.

Schnelly's Mustache

I signed up for Typepad so none of you ne'er-do-well's steal my screen name.

raizecane


I signed up for Typepad so none of you ne'er-do-well's steal my screen name.

Posted by: Schnelly's Mustache | July 27, 2016 at 12:59 PM

**********************************

Who were you prior to name change?

SinisterCane

More on Jeudy


ARIZ:

Talking to a few people this morning...Miami was just too far behind from the get-go. Jeudy had never even talked to Miami until the new staff got here. He was absolutely locked in to Alabama until Ron Dugans got him to even listen to their pitch. Canes hoped to prolong the decision as long as possible, but he's Bama's

Golden's Cloud still lingers

SinisterCane

Watch video 'Winning will bring Canes' swagger back"

http://espn.go.com/college-football/team/_/id/2390/miami-hurricanes

SEC NUT slurper tried to throw shade

slim32

Let him watch the Show from good ole Alabama

herbieibis

Well we ain't going to get them all and our more pressing need is shoring up that defense with talent and depth of especially at cornerback. Getting more speed at WR and getting depth on the o-line. Richt has done a good job, getting rid of the stench that goldielochs left. One more good recruiting cycle and the ship should be righted.

herbieibis

Clemson has 10 all preseason acc picks and we have 1 our punter, that just goes to show how good the coaching was at developing talent under Golden.

SinisterCane

Posted by: herbieibis | July 27, 2016 at 01:41 PM

I HATE Golden's Face and I hope the Detroit Lions go 0-20

CoCane

It's ok. There will be more canes on that list at the end of the season...

Juedy ain't Bama's until signing day. A lot can happen between now and then. We're still in play with Smith too...

CoCane

Lol @ Sinister

Go Canes!

Is this within the rules?

Michael Irvin: My dude @king_DJ01 cant wait 2 c him play. Im n Cali a lot for the season. I will catch his game this season ❤️🙌🏾🏈

thirstybuzzardcane

http://da.radio.cbssports.com/2016/07/27/roddy-jones-miami-is-the-sleeper-in-coastal-division/

thirstybuzzardcane

Pictures of stadium on Garfinkel's twitter account! Can't wait!

https://twitter.com/TomGarfinkel

thirstybuzzardcane


Video of pulling out the rock.


https://www.instagram.com/p/BISfs-NDWR7/

thirstybuzzardcane

We will be playing in the best stadium in college football! Can't wait to see how much louder it will be.

Schnelly's Mustache

Who were you prior to name change?

Posted by: raizecane | July 27, 2016 at 01:21 PM

Schnelly

The Wizard

That we offered Holloman out of Georgia tells me we are NOT going to get Juedy. Am I right ?

Ohio_Cane

We're not getting Jeudy, but has nothing to do with Holloman offer. We would take both

Mark from Atlanta

Bet he'd like catching passes from kayaa than whomever Bama lines up behind center. ..
But, Bama is #1 until someone knocks them off...they're going to tell more kids no...than ask to come. ..

We will get there. ...one play/series /quarter /half/ game at a time.
God bless you and Go Canes! ! !

Lur-ker

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | July 27, 2016 at 03:39 PM

Lur-ker

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | July 27, 2016 at 03:39 PM

We didn't want him anyway.

Go Canes!

Kid can't come here with thoughts of catching passes from Kaaya, he'll be long at best, by the time he's an upperclassman.

Chances are any receiver coming in is gonna get this season and that's it.

Good think is CMR can point to the fact he's running the show on O and knows how to develop QBs.

Go Canes!

Long gone /\/\/\

thirstybuzzardcane

We didn't want him anyway.

Posted by: Lur-ker | July 27, 2016 at 04:29 PM

Agreed!....Lol!

SOUP

I signed up for Typepad so none of you ne'er-do-well's steal my screen name.

Posted by: Schnelly's Mustache | July 27, 2016 at 12:59 PM

#SmartMan

Schnelly's Mustache

I signed up for Typepad so none of you ne'er-do-well's steal my screen name.

Posted by: Schnelly's Mustache | July 27, 2016 at 12:59 PM

#SmartMan

Posted by: SOUP | July 27, 2016 at 06:57 PM

Eh.

RCCF

I'm sure glad the Space is back....
Work SUCKS without the Space....

12%

1mg Of Epi

It was never gone RCCF...if U knew where to look.

TonyCane

Well we ain't going to get them all and our more pressing need is shoring up that defense with talent and depth of especially at cornerback. Getting more speed at WR and getting depth on the o-line. Richt has done a good job, getting rid of the stench that goldielochs left. One more good recruiting cycle and the ship should be righted.

Posted by: herbieibis | July 27, 2016 at 01:37 PM

It's more like four before things are fully, fully righted. It's really quite simple - we've been signing on average around 7 four star players a season over the last five cycles. To get to an even keel with FSU, LSU, or Alabama...that needs to be no less than 10 four star players each year, for four years.

TonyCane

That said, with good coaching we don't necessarily need to get to 40+ four and five star players on the roster.

mi@mic@ne

https://www.facebook.com/CanesFootball/

Richt

RCCF

I was looking Oh Trust!!

Mr. Moneymaker

http://caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2016/07/27/u-network-mark-richt-to-establish-support-system-for-hurricanes-players/

Mr. Moneymaker

http://caneswatch.blog.palmbeachpost.com/2016/07/28/miami-hurricanes-coach-mark-richt-says-team-made-amazing-fitness-gains-in-offseason/?ecpm=pbp_social_twitter_sports_sfp

Mr. Moneymaker

Say what you like about Porter up in Palm Beach, but he runs circles around the other beat reporters in town as far as providing continuous information about the Canes.

CoCane

True^^^

daytonacane

Louisville, Miami, North Carolina State, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, and Virginia have yet to make an appearance in an ACC Football Championship Game.

This season will end with the 12th ACC championship game and the Canes still yet to appear.

Old Skool

Yess!!!!

Richt also revealed plans to bring youth league players to Hurricanes games.

“I’m working on it where I can get all of y’all to at least one ballgame every year from here on in,” Richt told about 75 young players, with their coaches and parents listening. “I’m still working on it, no promises yet, but I’m making good headway, and I think we’re going to get that done too. Because I want you to fall in love with the ‘U,’ and I want you to get excited about playing in that stadium right across the way.”

BigWindyCane1

Great inspirational speech by Ray Lewis at Paradise Camp. After hearing that speech, each recruit's parent should want their child to attend the U.

herbieibis

Well another thing that would help us get the ship righted quicker would be to get more of the top 25 players in the state. As of right now the SEC has loaded up the verbals from a lot of those guys and even Maryland has one and FSU has about 3 or 4 and we have 1, this has got to change.

VA Cane

http://my.xfinity.com/articles/sports-general/20160728/FBN--Warren.Sapp-Shark.Bite/?cid=featuredsports_media_sapp


Keep your hands in the boat clown!!!!

Ohio_Cane

Marco Wilson announcing his decision on Monday on his dad's show (Chad Wilson from Gridiron Studs). Yes, Quincy Wilson's little brother. Possibly UF choice, but Canes definitely in the thick of it. Wouldn't surprise me for him to choose UM.

Mark from Atlanta

I'll take them 3 stars & 4 stars all day from south Florida!
Let's get through camp healthy. ..and let the beatings begin. ...and some meaningful victories!

God bless you and Go Canes! ! !

The Wizard

Any news on Juedy ?

Lur-ker

Any news on Juedy ?

Posted by: The Wizard | July 28, 2016 at 05:33 PM

We don't want him anyway

RCCF

Lur-ker....in all fairness we don't want U here but you're here.

Jerry Jeudy announces at 8pm.
We're hoping the best dudes a pure Athlete and we'd be glad to add a winner in the stable.

12%

Go Canes!

He's....that....guy!!!

RCCF

Is there a link for the announcement??

Lur-ker

Posted by: RCCF | July 28, 2016 at 07:24 PM

Is it that time of the month for you?

Go Canes!

Porter: Four-star Deerfield Beach WR Jerry Jeudy, one of the best in the Southeast, commits to Alabama. Miami got in the game too late.

RCCF

Nope just being honest...
You know you've never sat high on my list as a respectable poster. Your Trolling definitely wouldn't be missed. That's All.

Lur-ker

Well I'm being honest when I say IDGAF how where you put me on your little list.

So if you want to continue to get all in your feelings about how you feel about me, it's a free country, have at it. Me? I'll opt out from worrying about your delicate feelings and post whatever and whenever the f*ck I want.

TonyCane

Porter: Four-star Deerfield Beach WR Jerry Jeudy, one of the best in the Southeast, commits to Alabama. Miami got in the game too late.

Posted by: Go Canes! | July 28, 2016 at 09:13 PM

We'll see if he sticks after Saban leaves Alabama after the season concludes.

RCCF

No Prob you asked I answered. LoL

Lur-ker

Bama's got thise Deerfield coaches in their pocket, btw, for thise of you that don't follow the local landscape.

It's not even really a secret down here.

As far as the kid, he doesn't want to be here: dead to me.

Lur-ker

We'll see if he sticks after Saban leaves Alabama after the season concludes.

Posted by: TonyCane | July 28, 2016 at 11:05 PM

Seriously doubt Saban goes anywhere

Mr. Moneymaker

Think we have a better chance of signing Judge Judy if we're banking on Saban leaving to get a commit to decide to leave there.

He's watching the string of S. Fla kids play early, become stars and get to the show at Bama.

Unless we do something really special on the field, more than Kaaya slinging it, we are going to have a hard time flipping a kid like that.

For now.

Lur-ker

Bammer features one receiver. Jeudy's good, but he better beast and not get injured, because in that meat and potatoes offense, there's several 4-5 stars waiting behind him. Another side to that coin is that if you're not that "guy" good luck showcasing yourself and seeing the ball very much.

TonyCane

We'll see if he sticks after Saban leaves Alabama after the season concludes.

Posted by: TonyCane | July 28, 2016 at 11:05 PM

Seriously doubt Saban goes anywhere

Posted by: Lur-ker | July 28, 2016 at 11:15 PM

I'd say it's at least 50/50. Living in Texas, he was VERY close to making the jump to UT two years ago. They flew him in, very quietly.

I think he considers another NFL run before calling it a career, especially if he wins another NC this year.

TonyCane

Think we have a better chance of signing Judge Judy if we're banking on Saban leaving to get a commit to decide to leave there.

He's watching the string of S. Fla kids play early, become stars and get to the show at Bama.

Unless we do something really special on the field, more than Kaaya slinging it, we are going to have a hard time flipping a kid like that.

For now.

Posted by: Mr. Moneymaker | July 28, 2016 at 11:48 PM

That's my bold prediction for the season - this is Saban's last year at Alabama.

Of course, if he does leave Alabama will probably just offer Harbaugh $100M to leave Michigan and replace Saban.

Mr. Moneymaker

Would love to see it. As long as he's up there recruiting will be that much harder.

Hard to imagine it at his age and the way he has Bama rolling. Another title or two and he can cement his legacy as the greatest college coach of all time.

The fact they can and will pay anything he wants doesn't hurt either. Read something the other day where they spent nearly $40 million on football last year and still made over $40 million in profits.

That's real money.

TonyCane

But if Saban doesn't leave, I wouldn't disregard the possibility of flipping the kid as results on the field for Miami warrant.

Nothing is final until the commitment is signed, either for us or the rest of CFB.

CaneRock

Locally, we're more than holding our own vs Bama than ya'll think.

From the 2016 class alone, we signed 9 kids with Bama offers.

It's FSU we have to beat in recruiting...and we also have to stop the likes of Michigan from coming down & "pickin' & choosin'". And USC should never come to SoFlo and get 2 local kids...never.

Go Canes!

Yeah baby!

Salguero: Ross says difference between heat under sun and canopy was tested. Says 31 degrees cooler under canopy.

MDCane

All - I wouldn't get too upset about losing Jeudy to BAMA. The previous staff did not recruit him, so I understand why he would pick someone else over Miami. Until we start winning again this type of mass exodus will continue. I think CMR will slow the bleeding this year, and recover some next year, but until we win, The U will not be able to pick and choose.

CaneRock

"31 degrees cooler under canopy"?

I call BS.

Lur-ker

Yeah..Ill buy 15-20

But you're going to tell me 96F outside and 66F under the canopy? Lulz. If it's 66 inside with the AC you're cranking the fug out of the AC and freezing your ass off. Try it at home. 30 degrees is just not possible without AC, and even with a AC it's hard to get to, that's a hell of a high AC bill

No way. 15 degrees is more realistic.. There's a HUGE difference between 95 and 80 in terms of comfort level.

Go Canes!

If it's 20 I'll be thrilled. There have been times the last few seasons where. I literally couldn't touch anything around me the seats were so hot.

It's going to be a gigantic change.

Can't wait!!

Go Canes!

http://miamiherald.typepad.com/sports-buzz/2016/07/examining-ums-incoming-class-and-whos-best-positioned-to-help-right-away-dolphins-heat-marlins-shula.html#storylink=addthis

mi@mic@ne

The old ball coach going back to the Turds as a consultant...great to here that the upgrade in coaching is already making us stronger and better. Winning will solve everything...before long we will be able to pick our recruits

Go Canes!

Canes had Aug. 1 deadline for making alternate plans for home game other than at canopy stadium. Dolphins assured UM stadium will be ready.

BigWindyCane1

Looking at some of the depth issues at UM at CB, safety and offensive line and it appears it is in part due to scholarship reductions under the NCAA sanctions, but the primary issue seems to be that several Golden recruits failed to develop to a point where they could contribute. They didn't contribute because some players left or transferred, some Golden recruits were lazy, fed too much or otherwise just never developed under Golden. Some were reaches and shouldn't have been offered.

Coolmac758

I Can't Believe a Teal Miami Hurricane Gan is Crying over one Receiver. Richards is way better than Juedy and San Bruce is Also. Dingle and Evidence. Look at the guys stats. He's a 7 on 7 guy wearing no Pads. We're Coming Back because the Only Thing that We were Lacking was a Coach. Stop Worrying About Kids Not with Us. We're The U

Coolmac758

Give me Daewoo Davis and the receiver from Bell Glades. Give me the Comer Haney From Palm Beach County. Put CJ Henderson on Offense. All these other Guys playing around especially that Corner from Columbus, let those guys go. Get the players that Want to be at the U and coach them up.

Coolmac758

I Want Marco Wilson bad also, but if he wants to Play for the Gators let him Go. We got some real Ballers that want to be here coming in Next year. Also we should never have to leave Florida for WR'S. Put DJ Dallas at Corner or Safety
Offer Harley a Scholarship.

thirstybuzzardcane

Pure Beauty!


https://mobile.twitter.com/TomGarfinkel/status/759123416117043201

BigWindyCane1

I was very pleased with the WR class from 2016. It has to be one of the best in the country. I wouldn't trade that group for any others. Signing day for 2017 is a long way from today. I lot can and will happen. Much will be determined by what happens during the season. Recruits want to see evidence that the program is changing and that the Canes can compete for championships. The coaches certainly are impressive and seem to have what it takes, but Winning is the best proof that the program has changed and some recruits will be swayed by that. I think CMR will play the the ACC championship this season and the Canes will surprise everyone

Coolmac758

Me Too BigWindy

NicKane

I was very pleased with the WR class from 2016. It has to be one of the best in the country. I wouldn't trade that group for any others. Signing day for 2017 is a long way from today. I lot can and will happen. Much will be determined by what happens during the season. Recruits want to see evidence that the program is changing and that the Canes can compete for championships. The coaches certainly are impressive and seem to have what it takes, but Winning is the best proof that the program has changed and some recruits will be swayed by that. I think CMR will play the the ACC championship this season and the Canes will surprise everyone

Posted by: BigWindyCane1 | July 30, 2016 at 09:37 AM

Couldn't have said it better myself BWC1. People already forget we signed the top receiver and linebacker class in the country in 2016. The top one beating out a ton of top power five programs for Bruce, Richard's and Mullins. And shaq, Pinckney, and McLeod.

NicKane

And further more I'll say this! Juedy, all be it very good, is no Ahmmon Richards. That kid has first round draft pick game breaker written all over him. Complete stud in the mold of Amari cooper and Calvin Ridley.

TonyCane


Offer Harley a Scholarship.

Posted by: Coolmac758 | July 29, 2016 at 09:19 PM

Harley Race?! While a great athlete in his prime, I think that Race is a bit seasoned for college football.

Go Canes!

https://www.canesinsight.com/thread/7-30-pre-camp-notes/100276

CaneRock

Agreed BWC1, I wouldn't trade our WR haul for any in the Country.

roachcane77

Triple digits!

REALLY looking forward to seeing our WRs light it up!

I agree, Bruce and Richards are ready NOW!

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