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Epps: 'I'm not going to miss the season'

On my way into the Hecht Athletic Center for Randy Shannon's 2 p.m. National Signing Day press conference I ran into tight end Dedrick Epps -- and some good news. 

Epps, who underwent surgery for a left torn ACL in January, greeted me with a question: "Why are you guys saying I'm not going to play this year?" To which he followed, "I'm not going to miss the season."

Epps promised he wasn't just playing the role of Mr. Positive. "Dr. Uribe told me I could be out of this thing [his cast] in a few weeks. I'm already doing rehab. I'm planning to be ready for the start."

Epps played in 12 games last season and finished fourth on the team with 22 receptions for 304 yards and two touchdowns. He injured himself during Emerald Bowl practice.

If he does return in time, it would be huge news for the Canes, who are obviously short in supply of capable of pass catching tight ends.

I'll let you know what Shannon says about the situation and his signing class soon. 

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Nice update on Epps Manny. Thanks

as usual. Your the man

That would be incredible, but it doesn't make much sense (unless there is some misinformation out there about his injury).

I love Epps! What a great attitude, and I love the moxy to come right up to the press guy and challenge him. He'll be back on time no doubt.

more good news hopefully he is ready to play some spring ball

Yo Manuel:

What is your take on the reasons why USC came down here and swooped Frankie from under UM's nose? IS it because of lack of need? What about UF or FSU? How can that happen?

My take: Um should respond by heavily recruiting in Socal from now on. I betch we'll get a good number of recruits from that area!

When exactly did Bryce Brown say he was going to announce?


UM didn't recruit him b/c he is an undersized LB and we have a roster full of them already. So lack of need.

We do already recruit in SoCal and have regularly stolen a couple of players in the last few years.

Brown has not said when he will announce.

OKAY BLOGAHOLICS, IT'S TIME FOR A DOSE OF REALITY.

Miami did fine. We filled a lot of needs.

However, we also lost some great prospects in the end. WHY? Elite we're not. Not yet anyway.

Beware of FSU and NC in the ACC. Bobby and Butch are great recruiters too.

Certainly, we want Bryce Brown to be a Cane. Given the potential for injury and academic casualties, you can never have enough great running backs.

Success breeds success. It we start winning more games on the field, we'll win more recruiting battles too. You don't win the NC overnight. Re-building a progam takes time.

Chew on this!

LB SHAYON GREEN

Tifton (GA) Tift County High School LB Shayon Green decommitted from Purdue to Miami Jan. 25 after an official visit to Miami.

And now that decommitment is official: He is confirmed as a Cane signee.

Green said he made the switch to UM because the visit "went great. Everything was great. Words can't explain it."

Green had 15 scholarship offers during the recruiting process, including Alabama and Auburn.

He says UM won out because "I really liked the classroom size, how the professor knows your name, not your number. Also the family atmosphere is great. The team sticks together. You don't see one of them without everyone else."

Green's goals as a Cane?

"Playing early," the 6-foot-2, 235-pounder with 4.6-second speed in the 40 said. "And getting a good education. We should be a real good team in the future, real good."

Green's stats from his senior season were impressive. He had 120 tackles, two sacks and five forced fumbles at linebacker. As a junior he played defensive end and had 60 tackles, eight sacks and an interception.

"He does such a great job running to the football, did a great job pass rushing," Tift County High coach Jay Walls said. "He's an explosive player in that he has great speed and just makes plays. You see him making tackles, sacks, tackles for loss, causes fumbles, recovers fumbles, blocks kicks, just an all-around player."

Jaime, do you have a man crush on Frankie Telfort? Although he has great speed, he is very short and has a tendency to overpursue. His speed bails him out in class 2a high school but he is undersized for the U at LB. I don't believe he is as good as the DBs that we did get.

Can we please leave Shayon Green at LB...I think we're pretty good at DE.
Every 6'2"+ LB gets moved to DE, and we're pretty thin at LB.

Nemo:

Good point..once we start winning and start improving our young team you'll see that more of these highly sought after out-of-towners come in for serious visits, instead of simple flirtation or to get away from the miserable midwest/northern cold

Manny,

Did Shannon have anything interest to say about remaining recruits out there, Epps, spring ball, DC, etc.?

Agreed manwhorlio and Nemo on your points.

On Shayon Green, I would like to to see him at LB too. The problem is we are thinnest at ILB. I really hope McCarthy gets healthy and can be productive all season long, that would have a huge impact on Canes D!

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DT LUTHER ROBINSON

Fort Pierce (FL) Westwood High School DT Luther Robinson committed to Miami April 28.

While he never decommitted, there were some concerns he would ink with Florida today.

Those worries were unfounded. He is confirmed as a Cane signee.

"I like the academics, small classes (at Miami) and it's close to home," Robinson said.

Robinson was initially lightly recruited by the Canes, receiving only two form letters before a scholarship offer arrived out of the blue last February.

The UM coaches had reviewed Robinson's film and were obviously impressed.

"I was happy when I got the offer," Robinson said. "Even then that's where I thought I'd wind up.

Robinson played both ways in high school but was recruited to play defense by Miami.

A 6-foot-3, 281-pounder with 4.75-second speed in the 40-yard dash, Robinson said Florida and Georgia recruited him as an offensive lineman.

"The rest (recruited me) for defensive line," he said.

As a junior Robinson had eight sacks and 62 tackles, seven for losses, despite missing the first two games during an appeal process following a transfer from John Carroll High School.

This year Robinson had over 71 tackles, 12 sacks, 11 tackles for losses, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery and interception.

"This is a guy that has hand speed like Jason Taylor," Westwood High coach Waides Ashmon said. "The way he moves his hands, works his hands reminds you of a young Jason Taylor. He has outstanding hands to be a senior in high school - his placement, hand speed."

Robinson is rated a four-star prospect by Rivals.com. He's ranked the No. 17 defensive tackle prospect in the nation.

So I'm just tuning in. We lost Webster and got Sanders back? Guess that's a wash. Other than that we whiffed on all of the remaining guys on our list and kept pretty much everyone else that had already given verbals. Aiight. Glad we kept the early commits, but too bad about Peter White and Sheldon Richardson. Esp. Richardson. The team you idolized growing up wants to play you at the position you want to play and has availability for you to play right away and you choose instead to stay in a wheat field? OK. Momma still wears the pants there I guess.

Friggin UF alumni!!

Posted by: CaliCanisFan | February 04, 2009 at 02:00 PM

He's not UF alum! Dude goes to Dade CC, when he's not delivering pizza's!

HANDS DOWN THE BIGGEST LOSER ON THE WEB

Go 'canes!

Posted by: Sarasota 'cane | February 04, 2009 at 02:56 PM

Anyone know what Shannon said in the press conference as listed on Canesport?

Fellow Canes Fans, lets support this great group of kids, Randy already has the kids who are enrolled now off to a good start and it will pay off like it did for Jacory, Aldarius and the other kids from NW that got a full Spring Session and classes under their belt, they benefited from getting that head start and so will these kids.
It takes time rebuilding depth at the skill positions, and Randy knows that, but it is happening and so do the kids who are coming in to play. If they want competition, it will be all over the field and let the best players, play...

Can't wait for 2009...

Lamar Miller don't sleep on him, I bet he will make an impact on the field this year.

Now that's funny!!

INTERESTING! Before spring?

With recruiting in the rear view mirror, coach Randy Shannon is now setting his sights on the search for a defensive coordinator.

And he addressed that search today.

Asked if he's ruled himself out as defensive coordinator, Shannon said, "No, not at all.'

Of hiring a coordinator, Shannon said, "I'm going to find the best guy I feel can get it done. If I can't find that guy then I'll call it (that I'll coach the defense). It could be somebody else."

Shannon says he's already "talked with a couple of guys here and there about the opportunity to come to Miami."

He added, "We will not go into spring football without a coordinator."

Shannon has a large pool of candidates to sort through, including coaches with National Football League experience ala Mark Whipple.

Among coaches in the college ranks Shannon is expected to look at are TCU's Dick Bumpas, Georgia's Willie Martinez and Cincinnati's Joe Tresey.

Let's not forget Canes fans, the ranknigs of the players don't mean squat. A guy named Ray Lewis was being recruited by Miami and 2 division II teams as a saftey. I think he did alright. A guy that was only running track got a scholarship from the U and convinced him to play football, you may know him as Santana Moss.

The Canes are comming up, don't worry.

very interesting...

However, I wouldn't say recruiting is "in the rear view mirror"...recruiting is never done. Now they need to get on the 2010 class recruiting trail...lots of good kids out there (especially down here) that they need to seriously start locking up. I've been going through some of TOS and lots of '10 kids are piling up the offers. It's always a good selling point to be one of the schools that was there for the kids from the beginning, not jumping on the bandwagon late as insurance.
Our 5 star DT (Louis Nix) just visited Urban Cryer...I wonder what sob story or lies he told him??
Settling on a DC, whether it be Randy or someone else, would be nice so they can already get in the homes of the next class of future Canes.

Excellent point CaliCanesFane.

Also remember Ed Reed was only a 2* player coming out of HS and he's bound for the NFL HOF

ANY NEWS ON OL DANIEL CAMPBELL?? DO WE HAVE A SHOT??

2 Hurricanes played in the Super Bowl for the Arizona Cardinals this week one on defense and one on offense, very proud of the both of them for representing The U....

Not too many Ed Reed's out there - Ed Reed type players come around only once in a lifetime - he even stayed for his senior year because he wanted to win a National Championship... This class is o.k., but no top rated linemen is still a concern. NExt year we will need to get a top 5 class and then everything will be alright.

Manny,
Finally a new mollie Rose, what happened to the Getting to know U with Mollie Rose?

GoMiamiGo,

There were 3 U players that were on Arizona's roster:

1. Edge, 2. Antrel, and 3. Calais Campbell.

Da u filled needs, thats the key to this thing. This class will compliment what we had last year... The 2008 class has gained experience, and the guys that were re-shirted in 08 will be ready to fill in and also make an impact.

The success of the team this year will determine our success in recruiting next year. The Kayvon Webster thing was all about him getting a chance to play with our competing witht he guys we already have.

With Telfort, we have Ray Bucanon, of which compares to this guy and is probably better, already on deck.

The guy swe lost, all decided to stay home. it isnt like some one stole a specific need position from us.

By gaining Sanders, that filled the void in the other TE Richardson...

The hype always goes to the Wr's RB's etc... We filled those needs last year, we sured up our Lines....

Da U is fine!!!!

Its not about top rated lineman, those rankings are'nt worth squat. What matters is getting kids, who are responsible, hardworking and want to compete PERIOD..

If Randy, can find some kids with some fire underneath them and have someone coach them up really good, they can turn themselves in STARS.

What these kids did in HS, won't mean a thing at the next level. They have to prove their worth all over again.

The kids who enrolled early at UM are getting fast tracked for that. That is a good thing, and the kids who came in this past year got a year of experience and will know how to finish this year based on that.

Keep Up The Good Work Randy... We don't need Primadonnas here. We need kids with an attitude thats about winning first.

Go Canes...

Thanks Cobb, I forgot about Calais...

WhatishappeningattheU

"No top rated lineman"???
Dude, the rateings mean nothing. The coaches evaluate and have to make educated decisions on the talent and personalities we bring in here. Remember Willie Williams? The guy was all world on defense and a scum as a person, now he's in D2 trying to make it there. The personalities and attitudes of these kids are just as important as thir abilities on the field.

The College Football Talk 2008-09 Turd Watch season began on August 15, 2008. Teams “earn” seven points for a felony arrest or conviction and three points for a misdemeanor arrest or conviction. Standings are below.

Florida 14

Notre Dame 9

Virginia 9

Virginia Tech 9

Cal 7

Kansas State 7

USC 7

West Virginia 6

East Carolina 6

Penn State 6

Georgia 6

Toledo 6

Florida State 6

Arizona 3

Iowa 3

Illinois 3

Michigan 3

Texas 3

Wisconsin 3

Notice NO MIAMI in the standings. These are the standings we don't want to be in.


So where's the Shannon presser?

Where do I find the webcast of Randy giving us an update on everything? Please help.

Manny,

A few blogs back, someone commented that Bryce Brown might be looking to sit out and go pro once he turns 20. That guy might have been on to something. Just heard on WQAM that there is some indication Brown is being advised to go and get the max of $4.3 m in the CFL ?? he could play in Canada this coming season.

Do you know anything about this ? That kid has vultures around him... Too bad.

Congrats on what appears to be another great class for U.


Bryce Brown: This guy is a total jerk! We don't need this "Crap Pile" on our team.

By article in NYTimes: Brown is such a jerk he won't stretch with his own team, he's a jerk!

He is now trying to work a deal with the CFL, this guy's a jerk!

Hey Arthur - take your crap hole and your brother "little crap hole" and get the hell out of our town, your tumbleweed scum, GO!

This guy is a problem 1.

And 2 what kind of talent could he possibly face in Kansas? He's a jerk.

His brother sucks as well, he's a jerk!

Da u filled needs, thats the key to this thing. This class will compliment what we had last year... The 2008 class has gained experience, and the guys that were re-shirted in 08 will be ready to fill in and also make an impact.

The success of the team this year will determine our success in recruiting next year. The Kayvon Webster thing was all about him getting a chance to play with-out competing with the guys we already have.

With Telfort, we have Ray Bucanon, of which compares to this guy; and is probably better -- already on deck.

The guys we didnt secure, all decided to stay home. It isnt like some one stole a specific need position from us.

By stealing Sanders, that filled the void in the other TE Richardson...

The hype always goes to the Wr's RB's etc... We filled those needs last year, we sured up our Lines....

Da U is fine!!!!

randy shannon to be on 560 wqam in the next hour.

Hey CANEFOREVER:

I'll give you the not stretching with his team. Other than that, re-read the article. Most of the garbage being thrown to the media is coming from that A-hole, Butler. He's the true scumbag. The fact that RS is still going after BB through all this means he has plans to vigorously "de-recruit" him afterwards. Don't worry about Brown, he'll be a team player before RS is through with him.

Sorry Manny (don't kick me off for this)....but here you go fellas (and ladies)......

RANDY SHANNON SIGNING DAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Opening statement: This is a terrific day for the University of Miami. We're excited about this class. I'm exited for this class and the parents giving us the opportunity to venture into another part of their sons' lives.

Q: Do you expect any late signings?

Shannon: No. We felt we needed to get offensive linemen, running backs. You have to look two years ahead. You have to have guys get good playing experience. We got two tight ends in this class, which is great. We're excited about it.

Q: You still have room to sign more.

Shannon: We still have some room. The reason you keep room (is late signings). Guys may pop u[ when you go out in the month of may that haven't signed with anyone.

Q: You said at one point you wanted to sign 27. You only got 19. Why is that?

Shannon: The target number we were able to sign were 22, 24. We were expecting maybe Cooper, Fox would leave early. When they come back the numbers come back down. We have maybe two spots we still want to get involved in.

Q: Will most of these guys play this fall?

Shannon: We have six guys that came in January. Those guys will have an opportunity to play. We're expecting some of these guys to come in and play. We needed to build depth on the offensive line. I told the coaching staff if we could sign 10 offensive linemen this past recruiting class we would have. We were able to get five. Next year it will be another need for us, the offensive line.

Q: Did the Robert Marve situation, the coaching staff upheaval cause any problems?

Shannon: Really it didn't. We're gong to continue to change and get better, and we're continuing to build depth on this team. At defensive line we got our numbers right. We still don't have the offensive line numbers right. The quarterbacks next year will be a big issue for us also.

Q: What do you look for most in a recruit?

Shannon: The biggest push is character. You have to make sure you get the right type of player. This coaching staff does homework on guys we're bringing in.

Q: Did you try to find another quarterback after Robert Marve left?

Shannon: It was a thought. Coach (Clint) Hurtt said don't make irrational decisions just because something happened. We didn't panic. We felt AJ Highsmith can come in and play. We have Taylor Cook, Cannon Smith on the roster. We'll coach those guys up. It was all about not panicking. We can go after a quarterback, take him from somewhere else, but we don't know character problems, grades – you have to research that all over again. You have to make sure you do that, not make mistakes.

Q: Can these prep school kids help right away?

Shannon: well, Brandon (Washington) and Jermaine (Johnson) are on campus. Malcolm is very talented, wheeler is very talented. You have Cory white. We have guys that are talented. Jermaine and Brandon will have the first opportunity because they're here in January.

Q: Keeping Dye and Armstrong together was big.

Shannon: Players like that you look around, and both those guys are just football players. They love the game, always wanted to be a part of Miami. It was a mutual deal.

Q: When you extend a national letter of intent to a kid, does it expire at some point?

Shannon: It expires 14 days out. Once it's up you have to go through the process all over again, that's all.

Q: Former coordinator Patrick Nix said their was a philosophy problem between you and him.

Shannon: I don't think we had a problem.

Q: How much autonomy does Mark Whipple have?

Shannon: every coach has autonomy. I'm not a guy who is going to baby-sit coaches.

Q: Talk about Jared Wheeler.

Shannon: Jared we're very excited about. We watched him as a junior a lot, and he's a guy that brings a lot of excitement, pop. He's a grinder, a road grader. He's very fluent on his feet, is very tough in the run game. We like his explosion.

Q: Armstrong is your highest rated kid.

Shannon: Ray Ray is very explosive. When you watch Ray Ray do some things, you look at Sean Taylor in high school, you can see that in Ray Ray. He has that ability to be like Sean Taylor, but it's going to be Ray Ray Armstrong.

Q: How seriously do you take a commitment?

Shannon: We keep recruiting. You never stop recruiting once you have a commitment. We keep getting guys on the board because you never want to be short-handed.

Q: Were you surprised Bill Young left?

Shannon: It was, but not. He's going back to his alma mater where he's originally from. He is a good coordinator. He's going back home, close to his family. I wasn't upset at him, disappointed. I was kind of happy for him. It's a chance to coach at his alma mater.

Q: Will Dedrick Epps be ready for the season?

Shannon: I know he won't be ready for spring football. We don't know. It depends on how he heals up. He's on crutches right now.

Q: Anyone else who will miss the spring?

Shannon: Tervaris Johnson, Colin McCarthy, Eric (Moncur) is 50/50.

Q: You got Eric Moncur and Randy Phillips back for another year?

Shannon: Eric did. I think (Phillips) did also, yes. Those guys are back. It'll be a challenge for Eric to keep going. He's the grandfather of the group. He's an exciting guy, likes to play the game.

Q: Lamar Miller was a big addition.

Shannon: It was tremendous effort on coaches that recruited him. He's a running back that was great on kickoff returns. Mike James has that same type of ability. You get those guys that are big, are really fast, that brings a lot of power to your offense.

Q: Talk about Luther Robinson.

Shannon: We feel he's a great player for us. Luther was a tremendous basketball player. When you watch him on film he's got a snap to him.

Q: How do you feel about mentors getting involved?

Shannon: What we do is we contact the parents and the head football coach. Those are who we go through all the time. A lot of people have mentors, athletic trainers.

Q: How do you feel about possibly facing FSU in the opener? Is that okay with you?

Shannon: Yeah, basically. You get them early, get them late, you still have to play them.

Q: Playing ACC games early, that's different.

Shannon: Since I've been here we've always played out of conference first. It's a little change up. Our main goal is to win. I think it's a good change for us.

Q: How do you feel about Mark Whipple?

Shannon: I'm excited. He's been a winner, had two 1,000-yard runners in one year, passed for over 3,000 yards. Everybody loves him, the coaches and players.

Q: He's the assistant head coach?

Shannon: Yeah. He was a head coach before. He can help me out doing this job. He's good to have around.

Q: Marve and his father suggested some of the decisions you made with him were personal. Were they?

Shannon: No.

Q: Are you looking for coordinators that will be around for a while?

Shannon: I'm looking for guys we can have three or four years from now – if he can be a head coach, he can be a head coach. You don't want a coaching staff where guys are just satisfied being around you.

Interview conducted with Miami Hurricanes Signee, Jamal Reid. On 02/04/09 at Lafayette High-School in Mayo, Fl. .....

Q: First of all, Congratulations, Jamal.
JR: Yes sir, Thank-you.
Q: Tell me a little about the recruiting process and what led you to sign with Miami.
JR: The Recruiting process went great and I was really stuck with Miami because the coaches, ever since they offered me they've shown me a lot of love and I like the place down there and I like coach, Randy Shannon, his recruiting style, and I like the players they are bringing in this year.
Q: I know the recruiting process can be tough, and it's a big decision. Did Miami's coach’s make you feel comfortable and make you feel like you were wanted and part of the future.
JR: Yes sir, they came at me hard and made me
Feel like I was already part of the program, and like, they kept on recruiting me and recruiting me. Even though I was committed, I got a lot of pressure from Miss. State.
Q: What was it about Miss. State that would make you think of passing up an opportunity to play for the U.?
JR: I was kind of swayed by Miss. State because I went down there and I kind of liked it. It's in a town about like Mayo, and I'm used to a small town, but I also liked Miami, I fell in love with Miami so, I chose Miami overall.
Q: Well, as you know Miami is a little bit bigger than Mayo, so are you going to be comfortable in that environment.
JR: I think I am. I like it a lot.
Q: People up here think of Miami as a huge city and it is but, Coral Gables is a nice little area and the school is small.
JR: Yes sir, it's very nice.
Q: Okay, let's turn it around. Now that your high-school career is over what will you miss most about Lafayette Hornet football?
JR: I'm really going to miss being apart of this football program, playing for coach, Joey Pearson and his staff, and being around such a small environment like our football environment, 'cause people around here love football. On Friday nights, the whole town comes out to support you and I'm going to miss my family most of all and I'll miss the school.
Q: It's a small school, the only one in town and everybody in town is a Hornet fan.
JR: Yes sir, it's been a lot of fun.
Q: Well now, a little different atmosphere. You're stepping up to Div-1A, and playing home games in Dolphin Stadium, an NFL stadium.
JR: That's going to be pretty cool.
Q: Of course, you know you're now no longer the star. You’re just a freshman and you are going to have to earn your playing time.
JR: Yes sir, I'm going to try to work hard and see if I can earn some playing time this year, as a freshman.
Q: What about academics? What are you going to major in?
JR: I'm not sure yet. I'm thinking about business or criminal justice, but I'm going to keep my options open when I get down there.
Q: Back to football. Have the coaches told you whether you will be playing offense or defense.
JR: Well, they prefer me to play on the defensive side of the ball, but said I'd also be in the mix foe special teams like punt or kick return and there's a chance I could contribute at the receiver position.
Q: Sounds good. Well, listen Jamal Congrats again and I've enjoyed watching you as a high-school player and look forward to following your career as a Hurricane.
JR: Okay, Thank-you.

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1) Brown is a NCAA sanction waiting to happen.

2) I'll take the 10th best RB in Dade County over some hayseed that ran against questionable defenses in podunk Kansas.

3) His brother, according to Young, is a difficult project at best.

A few weeks ago he was jesus f'in christ. Today he's a bum.


LOL fools

He isn't ranked the NUMBER ONE recruit in the nation because he has no game U fool

Doesn't matter now.

1) Brown is a NCAA sanction waiting to happen.

2) Ran against questionable defenses in Podunksville Kansas.

3) Brother is a bust.

The 10th best RB in Dade County is better than this jerk.

Hey CANEFOREVER Lamar Miller is the #1 overall recruit out of Dade County, not just the #1 RB

Brown has even decided yet and we are already in full BB rage cane fan.

Shame on U.

He miiiiiiiiight still come...........NOT

2 Hurricanes played in the Super Bowl for the Arizona Cardinals this week one on defense and one on offense, very proud of the both of them for representing The U....

Posted by: GoMiamiGo | February 04, 2009 at 03:45 PM

CORRECTION... THREE Canes played for the Cards in the Superbowl...!!!

shannon on wqam coming up next after break.

Casual...Brown is gonna be in the Randy Shannon doghouse, bigtime. That kid is gonna be playing a lot of special teams.

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