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Name: Mark Pope 
College: Miami (FL)     Number: 6
Height: 6-1   Weight: 172
Position: WR  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2022

40 Low: 4.37
   40 Time: 4.47
  40 High: 4.56
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Height: 6005
Weight: 172

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Mark Pope, Miami (FL), Player News

  09/02/20 - WR Mark PopeSr/2022, Miami (FL), 6-1, 172 (DS#23 WR) + More +

  Last year, Pope admitted he struggled to grasp the playbook as a freshman and he was clearly more comfortable as a sophomore, even if he still wasn't living up to lofty expectations playing in former offensive coordinator Dan Enos' pro-style system. Lashlee could tell some of Pope's issues on film as he rewatched games from last season, and they were trouble for the receivers across the board, he said. "You want guys to play fast mentally. When guys are hesitant, when guys are unsure of what to do, maybe overloaded with what's going on, they just seem to play slower without the ball, getting off covered press, running routes. There's a hesitation there and it's hard to play to your best when you're hesitant and not confident," Lashlee said. "Hopefully, we're putting him in a position to be successful by doing the same stuff over and over again." Wiggins knows Pope's potential better than perhaps anyone else at Miami, save for maybe recruiting director David Cooney, who was the Spartans' offensive coordinator in 2017 when Pope caught a game-winning 72-yard touchdown in the state championship. - Miami Herald

(DS#23 WR) Sr/2022 WR Mark PopeMiami (FL)
News Source: Miami Herald
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