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Developing a quarterback and reshaping the offense are key priorities this spring for new coach Manny Diaz and the Hurricanes.
- Cager transfer from Miami boosts UGA WR depth
- Gators, Hurricanes flip Crimson Tide recruits
- Canes get jump as punter from Down Under signs
- Fans welcome ex-Buckeyes QB Martell to Miami
Miami receiver Lawrence Cager is transferring to Georgia as a graduate transfer, helping the Bulldogs rebuild their depleted receiver corps.
Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer
Georgia has addressed one of its needs by adding former Miami receiver Lawrence Cager as a graduate transfer. The 6-foot-5 Cager led the Hurricanes with six touchdown catches and 17.8 yards per reception in 2018. Georgia lost top receivers Mecole Hardman, Terry Godwin and Riley Ridley.
Despite losing two ESPN 300 recruits, Alabama still has the most ESPN 300 commitments in one class since ESPN started its rankings in 2006.
Miami kicked off signing day, in a literal sense, with Australian punter Louis Hedley. Because Hedley lives in Australia, and it's already Wednesday in his native country, Hedley was able to sign his national letter of intent.
Salvaging a recruiting class is usually a new head coach's first priority. Some are doing pretty well in the 2019 class, and others are moving on the 2020.
How will this year's group of transfer quarterbacks affect the 2019 season? It all starts with Jalen Hurts at Oklahoma.
Much of the 2019 recruiting class has already signed, which means coaches are directing their attention to the Class of 2020. Here are 10 programs that have already made progress with the junior class.
Clemson -- surprise! -- is the head of the class in the ACC, with many teams facing an offeason of transition.
The Hurricanes' new coach isn't wasting any time changing the program. Would you expect anything else from the inventor of the Turnover Chain?
Former Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell is in the final stages of enrolling at Miami, arriving with four pieces of luggage on Thursday afternoon after flying in from Columbus to his new home.
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel & Adam Rittenberg talk about Jalen Hurts' decision to transfer to OU (1:47), other transfers around the sport (16:40), more turnover on the Alabama coaching staff (19:15), the newest CFP selection committee members (23:48) and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (27:15) & Extra Points (35:53).
FIU and the Marlins unveiled plans for the Nov. 23 game between the Golden Panthers and Hurricanes at Marlins Park -- built on the site where the Orange Bowl, Miami's former home field, stood before it was demolished more than a decade ago.
Former Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell said he is transferring to the University of Miami.
Wide receiver Jeff Thomas announced on Tuesday night he's going to remain with the Miami Hurricanes after initially stating his intentions to transfer to Illinois.
Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer
Todd Hartley, a previous member of Georgia's coaching staff, has been hired as the team's tight ends coach. Hartley, a UGA graduate and native of Gray, Georgia.,had worked as Miami's special teams coordinator and tight ends coach under Mark Richt the previous three seasons.The Bulldogs are still searching for a defensive coordinator.
The Miami Hurricanes announced the hirings of running backs coach Eric Hickson and offensive line coach Butch Barry on Saturday.
The 2019 season is (sadly) eight months away, but the fans, and no doubt the players, are already looking forward to the biggest games of next season.
Crimson Tide QB Jalen Hurts, who is eligible to play elsewhere next season as a graduate transfer, visited the Terrapins on Friday and the Sooners and Hurricanes this weekend.
Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer
Alabama QB Jalen Hurts, who entered the transfer portal this week, is visiting Maryland and also plans to visit Miami this weekend, a source told ESPN. He's also expected to draw interest from Oklahoma. CaneSport.com was first to report the Miami visit. Miami hired former Alabama QB coach Dan Enos as its offensive coordinator today. Maryland coach Mike Locksley was Hurts' offensive coordinator at Alabama this past season.
Alabama quarterbacks coach Dan Enos is headed to Miami, where he will join Manny Diaz's staff as the Hurricanes' new offensive coordinator.
Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer
SOURCE: Miami is hiring Alabama quarterbacks coach Dan Enos as its new offensive coordinator. Enos spent the 2018 season with Alabama after three years as Arkansas offensive coordinator. Huge hire for Manny Diaz.
Wide receiver K.J. Osborn says he will play his final season of college football at Miami.