Pro-Day 3/4: Miami Hurricanes

Though it was not the event this year it has been in the past, all 32 franchises sent more than 100 representatives to further test many of the Hurricane prospects. Several players stood out while many teams were very active.
March 4, 2006

Threat Returns After 136 Tackles Last Year

Greg Threat became the first non-linebacker to lead the team in tackles since Miami began keeping track in 1981. Threat, a strong safety, recorded 136 tackles last year for an average of over 11 per game and intercepted three passes.
March 22, 2005

Safety Q&A

The Miami Hurricanes defense features first-year starting safeties Brandon Meriweather and Greg Threat. They complement each other very well and are looking forward to doing big things on the field.
September 23, 2004

Whatever It Takes

Greg Threat is the first one at the Hecht Center in the morning and the last one to leave. Threat talks with coaches frequently to learn more about the game and his role on the team. His teammates have taken notice of his hard work and expect great things from Threat.
March 28, 2004

Spring Preview - Defensive Backs

Last year the Hurricanes boasted one of the nation's top defensive back units led by Thorpe finalist Sean Taylor. Gone are Taylor, Maurice Sikes, and Alfonso Marshall. Good thing Antrel Rolle decided to return for his senior year after debating whether or not to enter the NFL Draft.
March 23, 2004

Greg Threat Q&A

Greg Threat is a sophomore safety from Tallahassee who is the likely starter for senior Maurice Sikes who suffered a knee injury last game against West Virginia. Threat has been dealing with a hamstring injury for the majority of the season. He suffered the injury in the first week of August and has yet to play this season. Head coach Larry Coker would have likely red-shirted Threat this season.
October 8, 2003