“‘They had one of the best running backs in college football (Duke Johnson); the best tight end (Clive Walford); the fastest wideout (Phillip Dorsett); one of the best O-linemen (Ereck Flowers); one of the top linebackers (Denzel Perryman); and the guy who was the most impressive player at the East-West game (DE Anthony Chickillo), and I know they got a young QB that’s a stud too (freshman Brad Kaaya),’ one long-time NFL scout told FOX Sports in Indy.  ‘They had more front-line talent than half the teams in the SEC.  They didn’t have as much talent as Florida State, but they were still pretty loaded.  How does that team not win at least nine games in that league?'”

(Unidentified NFL Scout, quoted by sports columnist Bruce Feldman, “Big Picture: How Miami wasted so Much Talent in 2014 and More, Feb. 24, 2015)


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