Back in April, Damione Lewis, Dan Morgan, Santana Moss, and Reggie Wayne became first round draft picks.
It was just the second time in the Draft's history that one school has produced four first round picks in the same year. Southern Cal was the other one, over 30 years ago.
Amazingly, the Hurricanes appear to be heading down that same path again this year.
According to the BLESTO Scouting Combine, four Hurricanes are pegged for first round type status.
Bryant McKinnie is rated as the No. 1 offensive line prospect, and No. 4 overall. Ed Reed is listed as the No. 1 safety prospect, and No. 6 overall. Najeh Davenport is rated as the No. 2 running back prospect, and No. 15 overall. And Mike Rumph is listed as the No. 5 cornerback prospect and No. 26 overall.
Miami has more top 30 prospects (four) than any other program in college football. Tennessee is next with three, while Florida State, South Carolina, Texas, Wisconsin, and Colorado have two each.
BLESTO also has cornerback Markese Fitzgerald rated as the No. 33 overall prospect, and offensive guard Martin Bibla as No. 48 overall.
Having four first round picks in one year is something that's only been done twice. And the University of Miami could be on the verge of doing it in back to back years.
For a complete list, check out BLESTO's Scouting Combine Ratings.
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