As usual the Hurricanes
strength is at quarterback and the skill positions.
Junior Kyle Wright is a nice sized pocket passer with a live arm.
Throwing with excellent fundamentals Wright makes all the throws.
He must improve his accuracy yet possesses the physical skills to be an
early draft choice in two years. Running
back Tyrone Moss was on a tear last season before a knee injury ended his
campaign after eight games. A
strong ball carrier, Moss consistently breaks tackles and displays good running
back instincts. Best on the inside,
Moss has top sixty potential should he return to prior form as a senior then
pass pre-draft medical exams. Senior
receiver Ryan Moore has great size for a wide out and occasionally
presents himself as a dominant pass catcher.
Displaying coordination and body control, Moore physically beats down
receivers to make the difficult reception.
A streaky player who disappears for long periods, Moore decided against
leaving for the NFL last April after learning the UM coaches would not provide
NFL teams with ringing endorsements about his character.
Possessing all the skills to the first day pick, Moore could impact next
year's draft if he pulls together a consistent senior campaign.
Greg Olsen looks like the next top-rated tight end from Coral
Gables. A terrific athlete, Olsen
quickly releases off the line into routes and shows the ability to sneak it
downfield. Still raw, Olsen is a
marginal blocker and lacks consistency catching the ball.
He offers good upside and will be a high pick if he takes his game to
another level the next two years.
Hurricane Prospect List