Good Morning CaneSport 4.15.24

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Good Morning Canesport 4.15.24 Miami Hurricanes News of the Day




First up this morning in your Miami Hurricanes news?

We had all your news coming off Miami’s Spring Game, including Gary Ferman’s take on the team coming off the 15 spring practice sessions, your recap/reaction, interviews, analysis and a photo gallery. There’s also a closer look at reasons why the offense dominated with big plays. So be sure to check all of that out plus Gary Ferman answering all your post-spring questions.

In recruiting?

We had you fully covered with all the top recruits visiting for the Spring Game. Check out those updates with top 35 DL Nate Marshall, FSU commit Solomon Thomas, 4-star S Justice Fitzpatrick, 4-star DL Myron Charles, WR Daylyn Upshaw out of Alabama, No. 2 IOL SJ Alofaituli and the nation’s top linebacker prospect, Ty Jackson.

There also was the big commitment news from over the weekend that 4-star Brock Schott is a Hurricane. Check out that and our analysis of what it means for UM.

We have an update with four-star 2025 quarterback commit Luke Nickel talking about the offensive talent the team’s landed. So check that out, too.

Plus find out what Tampa (FL) Robinson Class of 2026 four-star cornerback Dominick Kelly is saying after taking another unofficial visit to Miami last week.

And, as always, stay tuned today for any news that may come up.


ANALYSIS: Why the offense’s Spring Game domination isn’t an indictment of the Miami Hurricanes defense

Gary Ferman’s Mailbag: Answering all your post spring questions

OPINION: Miami Hurricanes are improved, have culture of competitiveness, and it all showed out this spring

Miami coach Mario Cristobal shares take off Hurricanes Spring Game: “This is a team that’s progressing” … And says portal can help more

QB Cam Ward lights up Miami Spring Game with 324 yards, 3 TDs and no turnovers, with big plays from Restrepo, Kirk, Horton & more

Miami Hurricanes team talk after Spring Game, including QB Cam Ward’s take: “I think you’ll see a different Hurricanes team this fall”

Photo Gallery: Miami Hurricanes Spring Game

Miami’s 4-star commitments only increasing QB pledge Luke Nickel’s excitement: ‘Those guys are going to contribute in so many ways’

Alabama WR Daylyn Upshaw high on Miami after spring game visit, sets summer OV: “That was a must”

Miami a major contender for top-35 DL Nate Marshall off Saturday visit

4-star DL Myron Charles growing close to Miami staff as summer approaches

4-star S Justice Fitzpatrick building close connection with Miami staff off Spring Game visit: “They said to just keep on coming back”

Miami climbing for No. 2 IOL SJ Alofaituli following spring game visit

Miami continuing to battle rivals for No. 1 IOL, FSU commit Solomon Thomas

Nation’s No. 1 LB continues to feel comfortable at Miami off Saturday visit: “We’re just getting closer and closer every time I come back”

Four-star USC commit returns to Miami for second visit this spring: “This is a place I can see myself”

BREAKING: On300 4-star TE Brock Schott commits to Miami

Analysis: Miami 4-star commit Brock Schott gives Hurricanes dream blue-chip TE class

Miami baseball battles back from three-run deficit but falls at FSU, 5-4

Miami falls to 10th-ranked Florida State, 11-7

Miami baseball falls behind early Saturday, loses 6-4, swept at FSU


My thoughts on taking a lot of transfers … Posted by Rosiecane

I will never think taking 15 transfers a year is the right move if you can recruit h.s. kids at a high level. It prevents you from maximizing the high school kids you can take, plus I’m sure it leads to more younger guys transferring bc they feel they’re being recruited over by older kids….not to mention it’s not sustainable, you’ll never land enough quality transfers every year to make up for all the transfers the year before., if your goal is having a championship contender every year (which it better be at Miami)….there’s a reason you don’t see the top teams doing that, ie Georgia, Bama, OSU, Michigan etc….
Now if we get all impactful, free agent transfers, it helps your argument i grant you…for this year, but still not sustainable going forward. We should maximize Mario’s h.s. recruiting prowess!


“(Defense) was hot and cold, defending a guy like (Ward) is difficult. We played some of our coverages really, really well, lost sight on some other ones. Good moments of tackling, others guys got away from us. Our pass rush was really good, thought we were better on the interior clogging up some of the holes in the run game.

Miami coach Mario Cristobal, on the defensive play in the Spring Game

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