Ufomba Kamalu really started turning the corner the last couple games of the 2013 season. He came here as a Junior College transfer with a lot to learn. It happened, and he carried it over into the spring. At close to 290 pounds, Kamalu is a lot like Chick -- limited with his pass rushing skills but solid against the run and someone who can drop down and play inside on passing downs. Look for a much better 2014 from the player who's expected to emerge as the early down starter opposite Chick.
Quan Muhammad and especially Tyriq McCord provided most of the pass rush for the Hurricanes last season. McCord started seeing playing time on earlier downs late in the season but these are guys who are pass rushing specialists. McCord is capable of getting 10+ sacks this season, while Muhammad isn't far behind. Both are coming off strong springs and have added needed weight and strength since last season.
Dwayne Hoilett signed with Miami a few years ago but has been unable to see the field through his first two seasons here. This spring was no different. It appears he's already been passed up by one freshman and is expected to be passed by a couple more when they arrive this summer.
Trent Harris looks a lot like a young McCord. He can play rush end or OLB in a 3-4 alignment. He still has a lot to learn but showed flashes of why he was so heavily recruited during the 2013 recruiting season.