**With the end of the season approaching and the Canes becoming thin at certain spots such as cornerback and offensive line, coaches have been experimenting with a couple of players such as Travis Homer
at cornerback. Homer, who has been a special teams ace for the Canes this season, turned heads at running back in fall camp and possesses game-breaking speed. This is not a permanent switch and Homer is still with the running backs primarily, but coaches are keeping their options open for the future. He will most likely stay put at running back because he brings a different skill set than the other Canes backs.
**Another possibility that is being evaluated is Courtel Jenkins
moving from defensive tackle to interior offensive lineman. This isn't a move that he is particularly open to making, but it has been tossed around nonetheless.
**Earlier in the season, sources told CanesInSight that Gus Edwards
(redshirt junior) was considering a post-grad transfer to Syracuse -- an opportunity for him to get more touches and play close to home. However, with Edwards' increased role in the offense over the past few weeks, Gus looks like he will stick around for another year.
has indicated that his commitment to the Hurricanes is solid, but one program that his trying to make a strong push for him is Tennessee. Former Canes tight ends coach/interim head coach Larry Scott is leading Njoku's recruitment to the Volunteers and head coach Butch Jones is making him a top priority as well, according to a source. Remember, Scott recruited and coached Evidence's brother, David, when he was at Miami. There is also talk that David could bolt for the NFL after this season, which might also affect things. Evidence was on the CanesInSight podcast last week and sounded solid with the Hurricanes coming off of a visit, but this is just something to track.