It's not really like that - he went juco. That isht happens. The real issue for Miami is what happened to the 8 guys we did sign, not the 1 we didn't.Amazing article.
We signed EIGHT!!!!! players from one school but the 9th was a 2x All-American, perennial All-Pro & future HOFer. That's the type of **** that only happens to us I swear....
yes he wouldve/couldve been a 6-8 tds a season guy. If he was all in...he was a kid that likely wouldve done better with a change of scenery other than living in miami.Nah he never had that type of speed. But he could have been a very productive college WR if he loved the game and took care of his body.
It wasn't just the MNW kids that never panned out. We didn't get much out of the BTW kids either. Davon Johnson never did much. Collier transferred out after showing promise. Brandon Harris never lived up to his rating.It's not really like that - he went juco. That isht happens. The real issue for Miami is what happened to the 8 guys we did sign, not the 1 we didn't.
Teaching and coaching them everyday was a job in itself. As a teacher you had to focus on the books and as a coach you had to keep them focused on short and long term goals on the field plus keep them safe from the streets. So many other players and stories that came from this team. Truth is the 06 team was just as good or even better. Some of the team before also had similar talent too. Just a great story all around about how a school and team when done right can impact and change lives and generation.This shyt here makes me proud to be a bull! Two times for them boys on 71st !