Rare Mixture Hurt Hurricanes
It’s almost unheard of. Miami’s 2005 recruiting class didn’t have a quarterback, a tailback or a wide receiver.
“That would be exceptionally rare,” said Allen Wallace, publisher of SuperPrep magazine.
“I haven’t (ever seen that), no, honestly,” said Mike Bakas of Scout. “That is pretty amazing.”
But not only did Miami’s class lack playmakers, it lacked talent. Just a half-dozen or so 2005 signees have made a significant impact on the team, a major reason the Hurricanes are playing a lot of freshmen this season.
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