2002 Offensive Signee Profiles

Of the 25 signees in the 2002 Hurricane class, nine are coming in as offensive players. We'll profile each one and see what accolades they bring with them to UM.

Marc Guillon – 6-4, 190, Orinda, CA/Miramonte
*Comes from the same high school as current Hurricane Ken Dorsey
*Becomes the 9th quarterback to sign a college scholarship under high school coach Floyd Burnsed
*No. 24 quarterback prospect by TheInsiders.com
*Led his team to the North Coast Section 2A East Bay Title as a senior
*Threw for over 2,200 yards and 23 touchdowns as a senior
*Timed at 4.85 in the 40
*Also lettered in track
*Participates in the high hurdles
*Coached in football by Floyd Burnsed
*Chose Miami over Wake Forest and UNLV

Ryan Moore – 6-3, 190, Orlando, FL/Dr. Phillips
*Parade All-American
*USA Today first team All-American
*No. 2 wide receiver and No. 11 overall by TheInsiders.com
*No. 2 wide receiver and No. 13 overall by Student Sports
*No. 1 wide receiver and No. 2 overall player in the state by Florida Prep Football
*No. 2 wide receiver and No. 3 overall player in the state by Florida Kids
*Gridiron Greats Preseason Top 100 selection
*First team All Central Florida member
*First team Class 6A all state selection
*Had 48 catches for 1,218 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior
*Had 55 catches for 910 yards and 13 touchdowns as a junior
*Timed at 4.45 in the 40
*Possesses a 36 inch vertical jump
*Participated in the CaliFlorida all-star game
*Also lettered in track and basketball
*Averaged 17 points per game during his basketball career
*Coached in football by Dave Langdon
*Chose Miami over Florida, Florida State, Tennessee, and South Carolina

Akieem Jolla – 6-3, 170, New Orleans, LA/St. Augustine
*Comes from the same area that produced Reggie Wayne
*No. 5 wide receiver and No. 71 overall by TheInsiders.com
*No. 4 wide receiver and No. 65 overall by Student Sports
*First team all state selection
*34 catches for 915 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior
*22 catches for 876 yards and 6 touchdowns as a junior
*Timed at 4.39 in the 40
*Possesses a 35-inch vertical jump
*Participated in the All-American Game
*Also lettered in track and basketball
*All State pick in 4 different track events
*Ran a 21.1 in the 200m as a junior
*Chose Miami over Florida, LSU, and Georgia Tech

Sinorice Moss – 5-9, 175, Miami, FL/Carol City
*Younger brother of former Hurricane Santana Moss
*No. 50 wide receiver by TheInsiders.com
*No. 7 wide receiver and No. 27 overall player in the state by Florida Prep Football
*No. 7 wide receiver and No. 53 overall player in the state by Florida Kids
*18 catches for 432 yards and 6 touchdowns as a senior
*Timed at 4.45 in the 40
*Possesses a 35 inch vertical jump
*Participated in the Dade/Broward all star game
*Also lettered in track
*Ran a 10.96 100m at Junior Nationals as a junior
*Coached in football by Walt Frazier
*Chose Miami over LSU, North Carolina State, and Rutgers

Darnell Jenkins – 5-10, 170, Miami, FL/Central
*2-time first team All Dade County selection by the Miami Herald
*No. 39 wide receiver by TheInsiders.com
*No. 6 wide receiver and No. 20 overall player in the state by Florida Prep Football
*No. 5 wide receiver and No. 28 overall player in the state by Florida Kids
*First team Class 6A all state selection
*62 catches for 720 yards and 9 touchdowns in regular season as a senior
*Also returned 5 kickoffs and punts for touchdowns
*Had over 1,500 yards and 16 total touchdowns as a junior
*Timed at 4.65 in the 40
*Possesses a 32-inch vertical jump
*Participated in the Florida-Georgia all star game
*Also lettered in track
*Coached in football by Anthony Saunders
*Chose Miami over Florida and Florida State

Curtis Justus – 6-7, 210, Perry, OK
*No. 3 tight end and No. 97 overall by TheInsiders.com
*Had 36 catches for 590 yards and 6 touchdowns as a junior
*Also had 8 sacks and one interception as a junior
*Broken bone in leg cut short his senior campaign
*Had 6 quarterback sacks in his first game as a senior
*Has played wide receiver, tight end, and defensive end throughout his career
*Timed at 4.56 in the 40
*4.0 GPA student
*Also lettered in basketball
*Chose Miami over Oklahoma and Michigan

Eric Winston – 6-7, 265, Midland, TX/Lee
*Comes from the same high school that produced former Hurricane K.C. Jones
*Excellent athlete who plays both tight end and defensive end
*No. 2 tight end by TheInsiders.com
*No. 2 tight end and No. 77 overall by Student Sports
*Gridiron Greats Preseason Top 100 selection
*Had 15 catches for 350 yards and 3 touchdowns as a senior
*Had 13 catches for 325 yards and 1 touchdown as a junior
*Timed at 4.77 in the 40
*Also lettered in basketball
*Chose in football by John Parchman
*Chose Miami over Texas A&M, LSU, and Texas

Alex Pou – 6-5, 305, Coral Gables, FL
*Comes from the same high school as current Hurricanes Jonathan Vilma and Frank Gore
*Excellent athlete who also plays along the defensive line
*First team All County selection by the Miami Herald
*No. 2 offensive line prospect and No. 12 overall player in the state by Florida Prep Football
*No. 2 offensive line prospect and No. 5 overall player in the state by Florida Kids
*First team Class 6A all state selection
*A member of Sunshine Network's All Gridiron Team
*Had a 91-percent blocking grade as a senior
*Had an 84-percent blocking grade as a junior
*Had 31 tackles and four sacks as a senior
*Timed at 5.00 in the 40
*Participated in the Dade/Broward all star game
*Coached in football by Joe Montoya
*Chose Miami over Florida and Tennessee

Anthony Wollschlager – 6-6, 305, Fort Lauderdale, FL/St. Thomas Aquinas
*First team All County selection by the Sun-Sentinel
*No. 23 offensive line prospect by TheInsiders.com
*No. 5 offensive line prospect and No. 24 overall player in the state by Florida Prep Football
*No. 7 offensive line prospect and No. 39 overall player in the state by Florida Kids
*First team Class 4A all state selection
*Help lead his team to the Class 4A state championship team as a senior
*Timed at 5.20 in the 40
*Selected to play in the CaliFlorida and Dade/Broward all star games
*4.0 GPA student
*Coached in football by George Smith
*Chose Miami over Michigan, Notre Dame, and Northwestern

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