WR talks about Miami camp experience

Raph Andrades is a talented wide receiver prospect from Lincoln HS in Tallahassee and he talks about his experience at Miami's camp recently.

"I went to Miami's camp last weekend and I'm supposed to be giving them a call tomorrow. It was real good. They just wanted to evaluate some things and I'll talk to them on Thursday," said Raph Andrades.

"We did a lot of receiver drills and 1on1s and things like that. Coach McDonald, I had met him at Junior Day and he's cool."

Andrades talked about the top quarterbacks who were throwing that day.

"The guy already committed (Gray Crow) was good and Bennie Coney was there. They were both good, different. Both throw a good ball."

One cornerback stood out to him as well.

"The best DB was probably P.J. Williams. He's a big guy who has good feet and he can cover."

Since returning from that camp, Andrades has landed an SEC offer.

"I just got an offer from Vanderbilt. I talked to the receivers coach. He just talked to me and my dad, telling us about themselves. I know about them but he was telling me more. I'll probably try getting up there soon."

Andrades, who plans to camp at Florida on Thursday, now claims offers from FIU, Stanford, Arkansas, and Illinois.

As a prospect: At 6-foot-1 and 175 pounds, Andrades emerged as one of the best receivers in the Florida panhandle last season. He helped lead his Lincoln Trojan team to the Class 4A state championship. He has ideal size, has very good speed, runs very good routes, and is a natural at catching the football. He knows how to get open and shows soft hands and quality receiving skills when the ball is in the air. He should expect to see an increase in balls going his way as a senior, as he continues improving with QB Ronald Butler. Andrades is a legit BCS-caliber WR prospect and already has a few offers from those types of programs.


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