From Prep to Pro!, EST 2001
Bookmark and Share

 Draft Scout College Football Player News

  For the second offseason in a row, head coach Manny Diaz spent his winter and spring reshaping the Miami Hurricanes. He changed coaches to overhaul schemes and brought in transfers to plug roster holes. He reignited some excitement in the program for at least some segment of the fan base. Count Ray Lewis among those feeling good about Miami's direction. The former Hurricane, who is on the ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame, thinks Miami might be on the verge of a breakthrough. "I'm ready to see that. I really am," Lewis said Monday. "I am really optimistic that everything can change." "It's the swagger through the execution of togetherness," Lewis said. "I'm telling you: We were so dominant here because of what we did together and how we communicated, so to start to see that come back to the U is what I'm waiting on."

One addition he is particularly confident about is Miami's new chief of staff. In February, the Hurricanes announced Ed Reed would be joining Miami in a new role. Reed, who played with Lewis on the Baltimore Ravens after a legendary career of his own for the Hurricanes, will assist Miami and Diaz in a variety of capacities. Lewis is just excited to have his friend's experience once again become a formal part of the program he loves. "There's two things you can guarantee he brings: Experience and probably the best safety to ever play the game, right?" Lewis said. "To know that Ed comes back, the kids gain so much, but they have to really be willing to speak to him because you've got to be willing to listen to those lessons and a lot of those lessons take a long time but Ed - he's wise way beyond his years, man, so I think he brings a lot of experience and a lot of knowledge." - Miami Herald

(DS#3 DE) rSo/2021 DE *Greg RousseauMiami (FL)
News Source: Miami Herald



 Buy Draft Scout Weekly

** Draft Scout Data **

(Everything Online PLUS)

 XTB 2021 Draft Guide

** XTB 2021 Draft Guide **

(363 Pages, Scouting Profiles, Player Rankings & More, On Sale Now!)

 Support Draft Scout

The Database Engine for, Draft Scout is being repurposed...Support the Future Development of


 Draft Scout Archives

** 2010-2019 Draft Scout Archives **

(Yearly Player Data Exports, Prospect Lists & More)

 Draft Scout Future

100% Dedicated and Never Done
80% Innovated
45% Hidden
35% Built


Twitter: Draft Scout | JBScouting | Rob Rang | Draft Scout @ Rokfin FB | Rob Rang @ Rokfin FB
  Facebook | Draft Scout Evolve | Player News | Buy Draft Scout Weekly | Contact

Coming Soon...Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy

Draft Scout is an Independent Contractor, Currently Outsourcing Non-Exclusive Scalable Content
Brian Hitterman, NFL Draft Scout/Draft Scout Database Creator, Contact: