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  1. Roman Marciante

    Quarterback Offer Breakdown: Jake Garcia

    Jake Garcia is the talented quarterback from Narbonne High School shcool who essentially just had his own private workout with the UM staff. This Harbor City California native is a class of 2021 prospect who has everyone in America's attention. He holds offers from Alabama, Ohio State, Florida...
  2. Roman Marciante

    QB Offer Breakdown: Colten Gauthier

    The Miami Hurricanes’ most recent quarterback offer went out to 2021 Hebron Christian Academy (GA) QB Colten Gauthier late last month. Now that he knows Miami is interested in his talents, Gauthier has scheduled a visit to compete in the Manny Diaz Camps this weekend on June 15th to throw in...
  3. Roman Marciante

    2019 NFL Draft Profile: Travis Homer

    One of the leaders of the team who started all 13 games in Miami’s offense in 2018 has decided to try his luck at the NFL. This talented running back is making the move to chase his dream by leaving school a year early. Travis Homer was the Miami Hurricanes' starting running back the past two...
  4. Roman Marciante

    2020 DT Clyde Pinder Jr. speaks on Canes, work ethic, and more

    Clyde Pinder Jr. is a 6'2" 309 pound dynamo defensive tackle from Armwood, Florida. Although I love focusing on all things quarterbacks, I can appreciate the war daddies who would occasionally sack me and give me a few choice words of life advice. I had the absolute pleasure to sit down with the...
  5. Roman Marciante

    Quarterback Offer Breakdown: Evan Prater

    Evan Prater is an athletically gifted signal caller from Wyoming. That's the high school not the state. The South West Ohio district offensive player of the year definitely has some up side and classifies as a dual threat on the next level. The 6'5" prototypical frame is ideal so lets go big...
  6. Roman Marciante

    2019 Spring Preview: QB

    Additions: Tate Martell (Ohio State Transfer) Departures: Malik Rosier (Graduation) Miami quarterbacks finished 113th in the country and all combined for a 51.1% completion rate last year. That percentage was only higher than triple option-oriented Georgia Tech in the ACC. Add the fact that...
  7. Roman Marciante

    Quarterback Offer Breakdown: Tyler Van Dyke

    Tyler Van Dyke is a big armed, pro-style signal caller from Glastonbury, Connecticut. This 6'4" 215 prototypical-sized quarterback led his Suffield Academy offense and also touts lettering in both baseball and basketball. What does offensive coordinator and quarterback coach Dan Enos see in the...
  8. Roman Marciante

    Quarterback Offer Breakdown: Tee Webb

    Tee Webb is a 6'4" 185 dual sport athlete who leads the offense for Cartersville High School in Cartersville, Georgia. As a Junior, Webb netted 35 passing touchdowns vs. 10 interceptions while amassing over 2700 yards passing. Listed as a pro style quarterback, Webb also shows the ability to...
  9. Roman Marciante

    Brad Kaaya as OC

    His first play call would be...........
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    Quarterback Offer Breakdown: Peyton Matocha

    Peyton Matocha is a 6'4" 204 dual threat quarterback from the great state of Texas. He finished his senior campaign for St Thomas (No. Not mine. The other one) just shy of 3700 yards with 35 touchdown passes and another 14 on the ground. What will this signal caller bring to new offensive...
  11. Roman Marciante

    From the Perch: Tate Martell

    This once former 247 composite four star recruit from Bishop Gorman High School was a perfect 45-0 as a high school starter there. Tate Martell is a rare bread of an elusive quick strike, dual threat dynamo that can instantly add excitement to any offense. In a limited capacity this year at OSU...
  12. Roman Marciante

    From The Perch: Enos

    Your InSight X/O team has assembled. Like a kick ass film reading Voltron, we will learn our new Offensive Coordinator's style. This FTP will focus heavily on his most recent time as a play caller with Arkansas. A time span that was from 2015-2017. We will also dive into his time at Alabama and...
  13. Roman Marciante

    From the Perch: Wisconsin (Rewind)

    With an upcoming opponent who we faced last year in the Orange Bowl, lets see how our "Orange Bowl Boys" did. The Hurricanes fell to the Badgers 34-24 and netted 377 yards while turning the ball over three times. This is a perfect opportunity for the InSight boards to scout it and out and...
  14. Roman Marciante

    Mirrored Concepts

    It is time to break the glass. Miami is running a TON of mirrored concepts and it is limiting some of the potential of this offense in my opinion. (Especially on third downs) A mirrored concept is when you have two receivers on one side of the field running the exact same thing as the other...
  15. Roman Marciante

    From the Perch: Pitt

    The end of the season is upon us and the Miami Hurricanes have finished with a disappointing 7-5 record. The 93rd ranked offense in the country surely had its less than "plush" moments Saturday when it faced off vs. the Pitt Panthers. N'Kosi Perry finished the day 6-24 and there was a myriad of...
  16. Roman Marciante

    Apologize for FTP

    I just ran out of time this week and will not have another opportunity to upload FTP until later in the week. Not that most will cry about the x/o breakdown of a 7-5 team. Ultimately I will tell you the following highlights. (My twitter feed has the uploaded clips if you absolutely need to view...
  17. Roman Marciante

    From the Perch: KC vs LA

    Wow. What a game! The two most premier offensive teams in the NFL going head to head. Just wanted to do a bonus from the perch this week with a focus on the most offensively entertaining NFL game of the year. (I am way out of my comfort zone here) Let's start inside the red zone on the goal...
  18. Roman Marciante

    From the Perch: VT

    The Miami Hurricanes are finally back in the win column with an impressive 38-14 win vs Virginia Tech in Blacksburg. N'Kosi Perry was a steadfast 21-34 with 171 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions. How did the offense stack up this week after averaging only 15 points the past four...
  19. Roman Marciante

    Dan Orlovsky Interview

    Had a chance to interview Dan Orlovsky today and I wanted to just drop some nuggets in here before the interview comes out tomorrow on the OBB podcast. Orlovsky is obviously the ESPN analyst who called our Georgia Tech game and provided a very honest assessment of the Hurricane offense that...
  20. Roman Marciante

    Kosi missed a wide open Brevin.

    But more to that play than you realize. Shouldn't question Perry's ability to read the field off that one play. In actuality the design and call to have Kosi sell a play fake with his back turned limits your ability to read the field. This style of extended play action really forced the...
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