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Canes latest commitment -- QB Malik Rosier -- is another quarterback who can swing the bat

Another day, another commitment.

On a day UM confirmed former quarterback David Thompson was giving up football to concentrate on baseball, the Hurricanes netted their 17th commitment in the Class of 2014 from another quarterback who can swing the bat, too.

Alabama Faith Academy's Malik Rosier, also a catcher who hit .400 on his high school baseball team, committed to Miami late Tuesday night, a decision the 6-2, 205-pound told the Press-Register he reached after sat down and talked it out with his mom.

Rated a three-star recruit according to 247Sports.com, Rosier had other offers that included Southern Mississippi, Northern Illinois, Western Kentucky, Arkansas State, Louisiana-Lafayette and Furman. He camped at Miami back on June 2nd according to published reports and will visit Coral Gables again this coming weekend.

Despite his football team finishing 3-7 in 2012, he completed 169 of 305 pass attempts for 2,238 yards and 20 touchdowns and also ran for 1,002 yards and 12 touchdowns on 153 carries.

Rosier was a running back on the junior varsity team as an eighth-grader according to the Press-Register. As a freshman, he started at free safety for the varsity before moving to quarterback in a Wing-T system as a sophomore.

His coach Rusty Mason told the Press-Register in March he's been pleasantly surprised with Rosier's quick adjustment from a Wing-T to the Tony Franklin-style offense the Rams ran last season.

"He played way above any expectations I could have had for him," Mason said. "He just continued to get better. From Week 1 to Week 10, it was like night and day. We knew what he was physically - he looks great. But you never know mentally how a kid is going to react.

"When you roll him out, he's as good as I've ever had and maybe as good as I've ever seen in terms getting his shoulders square and hitting a receiver on the run. We'll put more on him this year, more checks. A lot of our stuff is run-pass switches, and he'll have a chance to do more of that."


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golden/dnofrio have been saved by RS guys......lets see how golden does when all those guys graduate in 2013 except duke......then his mark will be on the program.....btw, who will be QB?

too bad teddy bridgewater would a senior at UM in 2014....

for all you RS-Duke contriversy....here is post from manny navarro in the nerald...

Starters (18)

QB Stephen Morris (8/3/09)
RB Duke Johnson (9/20/10)
RB Mike James (6/28/08)
FB Maurice Hagens (6/14/09)
WR Phillip Dorsett (6/19/10)
WR Allen Hurns (12/2009)
LT Malcolm Bunche (9/8/09)
LG Jonathan Feliciano (4/8/09)
C Shane McDermott (3/10/09)
RG Brandon Linder (12/20/09)
RT Seantrel Henderson (2/3/10)
TE Clive Walford (7/20/09)
DE Shayon Green (1/25/09)
DE Anthony Chickillo (9/9/10)
LB Jimmy Gaines (1/24/10)
CB Brandon McGee (8/11/08)
S Kacy Rodgers (7/20/09)
K Jake Wieclaw (12/16/07)

Backups (10)
RB Eduardo Clements (11/3/09)
WR Davon Johnson (7/17/07)
WR Kendall Thompkins (11/08/07)
TE Dyron Dye (1/4/09)
TE Asante Cleveland (2/3/10)
C Jared Wheeler (1/10/09)
LG Jeremy Lewis (4/9/07)
LB Tyrone Cornelius (8/18/09)
S AJ Highsmith (2/19/08)
S Vaughn Telemaque (2/1/08)

Scout team (4)
TE David Perry (10/23/09)

so Jim....the great mystery has been solved....you are a complete jerk off....lol

typo - controversy..

Gallo - you're literally the dumbest poster I've ever come across, completely deaf to logic and reason, ignore everything that doesn't mesh with your twisted view of UM's football program.

Duke Johnson isn't anyone's recruit, he was always coming to UM and he was never going anywhere else, no matter who the coach was.

That's an indisputable fact, but it doesn't fit in with your insane Shannon loving, Golden hating agenda, so you're completely deaf to it.

al golden with 7 years as HC experience:

13-11 / 8-8 conference with no bowl appearances
(jacory harris @ stephen morris)


randy shannon (rookie) with ZERO HC experience:

12-13 / 6-10 conference with 1 bowl appearance and better stats.....(kyle wright @ robert marve)

golden/dnofrio are useless.....

lets see how UM does with goldens QB's.....this should be fun.....olsen is the weakest QB I have ever seen.....look at his stats in high school and under amour...

I see so then kc mcdermott is not a golden recruit then...right, he said publicly that he was coming to UM no matter what and bragged that he stuff that statement in sabans face.....

I love the Kak.

Ya'll keep on about these three stars but u fail to mention the 2 5 stars and7 4 stars....keep it up though...these recruits will see how stupid ufailure fans are . Blog when u get some 5 stars...hahahaha. ufelons is gonna be "No five star U" when the ncaa comes knocking....also alot of experts are raving the 7 commits that golden brought in in just 72 hours. They say 5 are high 3 stars and will be four stars by fall....yet U still have no 5' s.....hahahaha.

Yea, McDermott's obviously a UM guy through and through, don't give Golden much credit for recruiting him, but then I'm an actual UM fan so I don't need to keep score on our head coach.

Right, Al Golden had zero bowl game appearances his first two seasons.

How dumb are you Gallo?

really what bowl did he play in at UM?

this is news....

green pea...we keep close score since we want golden out of here.....plain and simple....if you can have a winning % at this point in your career and average 7 loses a year....you do not belong at a place like UM.......

ANYONE that puts his friendship above the UM brand like he has done with dnofrio who lets not forget was ready to jump ship after just 1 year at UM.....HAS TO GO

but I am confident that after the wind that shannon put at goldens back is gone.....so will he since the stats will be terrible

I may not be the dumbest person on earth, but I doubt it.

Jim Gallo is the SAME gaturd troll that used to refer to Randy Shannon as "marble mouf", "lawn jockey", etc, etc, etc, while he was coach at UM. Now that Golden is here and Kehoe was rehired (hint) he's using a new name and approach. Same troll, different tactic.....

I would turn down unprotected sex with all the mans in town, but I doubt it.

This is all about depth, depth, depth. Still a little concerning that he was not recruited by any school in Alabama but I still think most of these current signings are about building depth.

"FOX 25 has learned exclusively that investigators are looking into Aaron Hernandez as a possible suspect in a double murder that happened on July 16, 2012 in downtown Boston. According to the Boston Police blog from that date, officers responded to the intersection of Shawmut Avenue and Herald Street just after 2 a.m. When they arrived, they found three people had been shot, two fatally, as they sat in a car at a traffic light. The men were identified as Safiro Furtado and Daniel Abreu. The FOX 25 source said the men, who worked at a cleaning company in Dorchester, had just left a bar in the area.The source said that investigators were looking into Aaron Hernandez’s connection to the killing."

Straight. Gatr. Garbabe.


Aaron Hernandez was locked and loaded 4 years before his current alleged murder predicament ... and he made sure to capture the gun-toting moment on camera.

TMZ has obtained this photo ... showing a 19-year-old Aaron brandishing a Glock handgun for a selfie iPhone pic. You can see a magazine inserted into the gun, but it's unclear if it was loaded.

We've learned the pic was taken in Gainesville, Florida in 2009 ... the same time Hernandez was playing football for the University of Florida.

Read more: http://www.tmz.com#ixzz2XMix9SAO

Did anyone, listen up, Pig, ask the question of where this moron got $800.00 for a Glock? OR for the gold watch? Anyone? Bueller?

"Nothing to see here. Move along."

- Urban Liar

No mystery solved.. if Golden gets the blame for recruits bailing after Shannon was fired than he gets the credit for the ones who signed their LOI with him.


Antonio Morrison’s arrest last weekend is not a unique case.
Since Urban Meyer took over the program before the 2005 season, 44 Florida players have been arrested. That’s enough players to start on both sides of the ball and have players ready to come in reserve.
The long arm of the law knows no bounds. Players arrested vary in talent. Walk-ons have been nabbed, as have All-Americans.
We want to narrow down the list. Who cares that a walk-on linebacker was arrested for marijuana possession two years ago? We’re going to reduce the list to the best of the best at each position.
We bring you the Incarce-Gators.

Quarterback: Cam Newton. Newton was the backup quarterback in 2008 when he was arrested and charged with burglary, larceny and obstruction of justice after he stole another UF student’s laptop and threw it out of a window, according to police.
Newton received a pre-trial deferment and was sentenced to community service and probation, but Meyer suspended the quarterback for the 2008 season. Newton transferred to a junior college, finishing his Florida career with 40 passing yards.
Newton eventually transferred to Auburn, where he won a national title and the Heisman. Meanwhile, Florida was languishing in the John Brantley era, so you can thank Newton for that.

Running back: Chris Rainey. Before he electrified fans with long runs all over the field in 2011, he had a run-in with the law that older UF students might remember.
Rainey was arrested on aggravated stalking charges in September 2010 after texting his girlfriend that it was “time to die,” according to police.
Meyer suspended Rainey indefinitely, and the running back returned at the end of October after missing five games.
Rainey had a relatively quiet senior year off the field in 2011, but was entertaining on the gridiron. He racked up 1,451 all-purpose yards and five touchdowns. The Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Rainey in the fifth round of the 2012 NFL Draft, and he played his rookie season there.
Rainey is currently a free agent, as the Steelers cut him after he was arrested on simple battery charges on Jan. 10.

Wide Receiver: Riley Cooper. There were several eligible players who could have made the cut at receiver, but I picked Cooper due to the uniqueness of his citation.
Cooper was cited with a misdemeanor charge of resisting an officer and failure to comply with the police or fire department in February 2009, according to the Orlando Sentinel. That’s something different.
Cooper’s case was dismissed, and Meyer never revealed any action taken against him.
The current Philadelphia Eagles receiver finished his Gators career with 1,496 yards and 18 touchdowns.

Tight end: A.C. Leonard. Leonard is the first player who appears on this list who was arrested under Will Muschamp.
Leonard was arrested on simple domestic battery charges in February 2012 and was suspended from the team.
Leonard came to Florida and caught eight passes for 99 yards in his only season with the Gators. He left the program four months after his arrest and transferred to Tennessee State.

Offensive line: Jessamen Dunker. Like Cooper, Dunker makes the list due to his crime. However, Dunker’s crime is not noteworthy due to its oddity, but for its severity.
Dunker was arrested for felony grand theft auto on Jan. 16 after police said he possessed a stolen mo-ped and drove with a suspended license.
Dunker, a four-star recruit, never played a game for the Gators. He redshirted his freshman season and decided to transfer in April.

Defensive line: Carlos Dunlap. Dunlap was one of the bricks Meyer built his Florida dynasty on, but he had some trouble with the law in 2009.
Dunlap was arrested after he was found asleep behind the wheel at a green light, according to Alligator archives.
After police roused him, he was arrested for second-degree DUI — a misdemeanor.
Dunlap was sentenced to six months probation and 50 hours of community service, and Meyer suspended him for the 2009 Southeastern Conference Championship game.
Dunlap wrapped up his Florida career with 84 tackles and 19.5 sacks. He’s currently playing for the Cincinnati Bengals.

Linebacker: Antonio Morrison. The newest addition to the list of arrested Gators, Morrison was arrested for punching a bouncer at the Kava Lounge, according to police. Morrison was charged with simple battery.
According to a Gainesville Police Department report, Morrison said, “I am a UF football player. I’m Antonio,” to the bouncer, which paints an interesting mental picture.
Morrison, now a sophomore, started three games for Florida in 2012, making 34 tackles and recording one sack.
Muschamp has not made a public decision on what Morrison’s punishment will be.

Cornerback: Janoris Jenkins. Who else? Jenkins was arrested three times at Florida. The final arrest came in April 2011, when Jenkins was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana – the second such offense in three months.
Muschamp cut Jenkins from the team following his final arrest. Jenkins ended his Florida career with 121 tackles, 25 pass deflections and eight interceptions.
Jenkins played his final college season with Division II North Alabama and was selected with the 39th overall pick of the 2012 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams.

Safety: Matt Elam. The recently departed Elam had a successful run with Florida, and few remember that he was arrested while Meyer was still coaching UF.
Elam was arrested for underage possession of alcohol in July 2010, when Elam was a freshman.
The safety pled no contest and did not miss a game.
Elam finished his Gators career with 168 tackles, five sacks and six interceptions. He was selected 32nd overall by the Baltimore Ravens in this year’s NFL Draft.

There you have it: the best of Florida’s troublesome players.
But it’s not all bad. Florida did not have a kicker or punter arrested in Meyer or Muschamp’s programs. Good job, special teams.

That good ol' boy goon Jgallo be talking CHIT, again! Huh
Because Coach Shannon had THREE BOWL teams during his short tenure in Coral Gables.
And NOT the 1 bowl game that REDNECK, goon jGallo mentioned above. Eh. What say.

Bowl game in San Francisco against the Cal Golden Bears.
Bowl game up the turnpike against Wisconsin, and the bowl game against Notre Dame in WETBACK el Paso. What.
Yeah, yeah a Hurricane assistant was the Chief against the Celts, but it WAS Shannon's team. Huh

Now,now don't get moi wrong and what not. Because I absolutely don't have nothing against 3-STAR high school players and what not. Huh
However, any team from a major college football conference just CAN'T consistently play in a B.C.S. bowl game and or win a conference championship. Let alone play in a national championship game.
When relying on more than HALF of the starters being 3-Starer'. Eh. What say fool.
Yeah, yeah there's Boise St, but the Broncos play in the W.EAK A.THELETIC C.ONFERENCE, and only play ONE decent non-conference foe. Eh. What say.

jimbo Gallo is a SIMPLETON, pUnk!!! Nothing more and nothing less.
He also BLABBERS " half-truths " and belches LIES and plays the MISINFORMATION tune. Huh
In other words, that bloody REDNECK JimboGallo AIN'T got NO CREDIBILITY!!! Eh. What say.

D, please hurry up and die. Preferably a horrific painful death.

Hey Ruffians, I love Jimbo Cracka Gallo, he be a tool.

Eh. What say?

Bon jour et bon soir et bon scott.

Gallo do you know how many times you have stated this or that says it all? If any of those things says it all then is no need for you to say anything else so shut up already . Every time I read one of your posts I literally get nauseated . Between you and Calvin you have ruined these blogs for true Cane fans.Go Canes

cAlvina no one is slurping what you are dishing.

Jim, 9>5>2, and others are being realistic about the Canes. They are not jumping the gun to condemn the team and Coaches.
The fact that our team is STILL in a rebuilding mode since shannon left, shows that the talent level had to be updated, and the whole team had to have a complete change of attitude.

No this will NOT be addressed by Gallows, Coolcat and cAlvina, because they are not real fans.
Their agenda as Gayturds is to dish AGAINST the 'Canes while disguising their real intent. Try to bury the 'Canes and keep them down to prove their point against Coach G.
No way.
Go 'Canes

All the raging fires around Golden does kinda make one miss ole Marble Mouf. Not in a Calvin kind of man crush way mind you. Get real, that man was building depths. Had Marbles brought back the washed up windbag Kehoe, might he still have his job???
NOOOOOOOO, he wouldn't still have his job.

(Waiting patiently for SOLDY'S Daily BEATDOWN)

Aaron Hernandez Investigated in Two More Murders, Sources Tell ABC News

It's a Gator thang baby!!!

Hola Soldy!

The gaturds have had 45 arrests in the last 7 years....

Posted by: TheCurseOfArtKehoe | June 27, 2013 at 01:14 PM

Don't look now, Soldy Pig, the Canes are top 10 in the ESPN recruiting. So what is it, sow? Rivals only uses total stars or ESPN only uses quality.

Either way, you are a fat fruity maggot.

Go, Gatah Murderers. UFelony. It's a GAtah thing.

(CNN) -- Aaron Hernandez, the former NFL tight end charged with murder in the death last week of an acquaintance, is now being investigated in connection with a double slaying in Boston's South End in July 2012, a law enforcement source close to the investigation told CNN.
The source gave no indication whether there was any connection between that investigation and Hernandez's current murder charge.
What is known is that the Boston Police Department has located and impounded a silver SUV with Rhode Island registration that police have been trying to find for almost a year, that's linked to the scene of a double homicide in 2012, the source said.
Investigators believe that Hernandez was renting the SUV at the time of those killings, the source said.

Dudes a freakin serial killer....

Yeah, but he was top 1% of the top 1% according to the biggest dirt bag slimy coach of the last 20 years, Urban Liar.

Could only happen at the greasiest campus on earth. UFelony.

"Nothing to see here. Move along."


Buck-toothed varmint Foley

His character questioned before....

Nice video on CNN about the warning signs with Hernandez going back to his gaturd days for all the world to see.


Buck-toothed varmint Foley


Could eat corn on the cob through a....

As a Cane fan, I'm happy that Coach Golden is making waves and news in recruiting by getting so many kids to buy into the program so early for the 2014 Class. Really liked how he came out of the gate with the first 8-10 commits. It's just a little bit worrisome about these latest kids are mostly, if not all, are under the radar guys. I totally understand that those kids are needed by any up and coming program, but hope it won't deter some of the Top-300 ESPN kids ( I go by ESPN. they have the best and most quailfied analysts with the most availble sources and game tape. the other sites are far to influenced by fans subscribing to their sites to make $ that makes kids ratings rise falsely) if our class gets to full. It really is unreal how many high quality recruits are still left on the board. Close to half of the Top-300. Obviously, since we already have 18 commits, there will only be room for maybe another 8-10 more at the most. If Golden is able to close those final 8-10 with Top-150-300 kids and no more under the radar kids, then this class will be great. If not, and it's more under the radar kids, that means that the vast majority will be projects kids. Which, as much as we can hope, will not be good and able to sustain itself over multiple recruiting cycles (meaning last years better turn out great and next years better be even better).

Time will tell, but again, Golden MUST close well and get the average star rating up over 3.20 or so which has fallen to below 3.00 in the last week (we need to keep th 8-10 top recruits too. other schools will and ar still recruiting them to flip them). We need to get back to 2-Strong deep depth with some 3rd. teamers that can contribute. It can be done. It must be done. It bettr be done. But NONE of it can be without top players priod. What Golden can do from here on out, Nice 9-3 year with a ACC Ship and New Years Bowl Game will go a long way to being able to close those last 8-10 kids with Top players. Stay tuned.

Go Canes ! Close Strong !

Duuuuuhhhhhhhh. Ummmm, DUHHHHHHHHHHHH.

HOLA, Duhhhhh, Arturo?

See you, duuuuuhhhhhhh, in 60 days, Duuuuhhhhh.

You are a sick pig, blog Pig.

The class Golden has put together so far is the foundation. Most of the super star kids like to wait untill signing day and produce hype/drama. Golden personally evaluates kids at camps before he offers. Half of the kids that committed since last weekend have never even been evaluated by the recruiting sites and went straight to 3* AFTER signing with UM. Don't think for a minute ESPN does not have an agenda when it comes to their rankings because they do. A coach working the players out in person is the best way to find out if that kid fits your programs needs.

calvin and I are true canes......you are just too young to understand what true can is.....

I post the truth.....any CEO that puts his best friend over ANY organizations branding or foundation, then goes public with statements defending the performance after the brand was ruined...needs to be replaced.

al golden / mark dnodrio RUIN UM's defensive reputation....these guys are getting a free ride from randy shannon......the more I look at the data/stats I become more of a shannon fan....we made a mistake

I believe randy shannon and for that matter Larry coker would have advanced UM MUCH further than where we are today.....

but lets talk about what happened from the administration....these 2 guys were loyal, put their time in at UM and were family. But what does UM admin do....call both of them to their office at 4:45 before closing on friday and hand them a pink slip as security guards follow them with their desks cleared out in boxes to the parking lot....

the culture has to change? that's a joke.....THE ADMINISTRATION HAS TO CHANGE AND DON'T THINK BLAKE IS THE ANSWER EITHER.....HES AN IDIOT TOO...ticket sales experience...you got to be kidding.

he sucked at that and he gets a promotion?

2009 UM average attendance = 47,551
2012 Um average attendance = 47,719

mediocrity get rewarded at UM....that's the motto now

Steve please.....ANY kid will accept a FREE $56K check x 4(scholarship) at this point....if you haven't been picked up before now...you suck!

these guys are nothing but BODIES....they dont even deserve to be called "hanging fruit"....you can get the same from walk-ons.....

2012 / 2013 Golden Casualties - Disciplinary Issues
vernon davis - RB
darion hall - RB
storm johnson - RB
kevin nelson - LB
andrew tallman - TE
billy sanders - TE
cj holton - FB
adarius johnson - WR
keion payne - DB
devonta davis - DB
jermaine barton - OL
ray ray armstrong - S
thomas finnie - CB
gionni paul - LB
travis williams - LB
jamal reid - DB
kelvin cain - LB
Vaughn telemaque - S
tracy howard - CB
curtis porter - DT
luther robinson - DT
jeffery brown - DT
darius smith - DT
alex collins - RB
denver kirkland - OL
terrell brooks - DT
matthew thomas - LB
jaynard bostwick - DT
keith bryant - DT
luther campbell - #1 UM fan
tim ice harris - feeder coach
northwestern - feeder school
booker T - feeder school
carol city - feeder school
miami central - feeder school
norland - feeder school
Terry Richardson - RB coach
Jedd Fisch - Offensive coordinator
Geroge Mcdonald - WR coach
Mario Christobal - Head coach
Eddie Johnson - LB
Rashawn Scott-currently out of the discipline bull pen
Gabe Terry - LB
Robert Lockhart - WR
Sony Michel - RB
Preston Dewey - QB
Alin Edouard - QB
Ricardo Williams – DE
Delvon Simmons – DT
Jacoby Briscoe – DT
David Thompson - QB

UM's QB situation after Morris is PATHETIC....Morris gets hurt UM is DONEEEEEEEEEEE

calvin and I are true canes......you are just too young to understand what true can is.....

Why? because your the same person spewing your anti Golden rhetoric under the guise of another. Your shtick is played out. You've jumped the shark my man and the sad thing is you don't even realize it.

Steve please.....ANY kid will accept a FREE $56K check x 4(scholarship) at this point....if you haven't been picked up before now...you suck!

Is that why 9 of the top 10 players in the ESPN rankings are undeclared because they suck?


Forty Five......

Gallo, your boyfriend told me you suck and are good at sucking.

Gallo, i think you are thinking of ufelons not having a backup qb....hahaha

Florida Gator Aaron Hernandez was denied bail for his execution style murder of a semi-pro football player.

Florida Gator Hernandez is also a suspect in a double murder that is currently being investigated.

Florida Gator Hernandez shot another person in the face that destroyed the individuals eye and is being sued.

Florida Gator Hernandez was a suspect in the attempted murder of a Gainesville, Florida individual that was shot in the head and almost died.

Florida Gator Hernandez failed 6 drug tests while playing for the Gators and only missed on game against an inferior opponent.

Florida Gator Hernandez brutally attacked an individual at a Gainesville bar, was arrested, but the case was pled down and he missed no games.

Florida Gator Athletic Director Jeremy Foley responded to the above that he's proud of the Gator program and the way they handle their student athlete's, although he had no comment on the almost 50 arrests of those student athlete's over the past 5 years.

Gallo...your so dumb....hahahahaha...lists galore...Luke just sent one of his boys to Miami...but...NW is a casualty....2 kids actually...haha...I will say this....we are dumber then you to keep responding that's for sure....it's all entertainment at the end of the day....clown.

Florida Gator Aaron Hernandez is believed to have killed one man to cover up the murder of two others, according to multiple media reports.

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