Alongside Devin Aromashadu, the standout wide receiver today was St. Thomas Aquinas's T.J. Harrington, who was very impressive. Harrington, at 6-1 and 185, just moved here from Michigan and is being heavily recruited by several schools.
Switching to the defensive side of the ball, two standout defensive backs stole the show. Tampa Robinson's Kwame Doster, at 5-10 and 170, was very impressive as was Carol City's Terrell Lemon, who at 5-10 and 155, is one of the state's best cover guys.
The camp ends tomorrow afternoon, so I'll have more to come, so stay tuned.
UM Camp Report - Part 2
Canes Time Top Stories
Wright to Leave Miami Football ProgramCORAL GABLES, Fla. – The University of Miami announced Monday that defensive back Cedrick Wright is no longer a member of the football program.
Canes TimeYesterday at 9:05 PM
Miami Junior Day UpdatesIt was Junior Day at the University of Miami and Mark Richt's Hurricanes received visits from several of the top prospects throughout south Florida. Read on for several updates on…
Canes TimeSaturday at 7:00 PM
UM Announces Major Gift From Jon BeasonCORAL GABLES, Fla. – Jon Beason, former University of Miami football student-athlete and three-time NFL Pro Bowl linebacker, has made a $250,000 gift towards the Carol Soffer…
Canes TimeThursday at 12:31 PM
Nine Former Canes Invited to NFL CombineCORAL GABLES, Fla. – Nine former University of Miami football players have accepted invitations to the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. This year’s scouting combine will…
Canes TimeThursday at 10:45 AM