Tommy Streeter and Brandon Washington became the fifth and six Hurricanes drafted when they were both selected in the 6th round.
Already this month, three members of the Miami Hurricanes football program have officially announced they were leaving eligibility on the table for a shot at the NFL. Officially, that number climbed to five Friday morning as The U confirmed that offensive lineman Brandon Washington and defensive end Olivier Vernon (pictured, No. 35) have decided to make…
Miami officials announced Friday that offensive lineman Brandon Washington and defensive end Olivier Vernon are skipping their final college seasons for the NFL draft.
Washington was one of nine players to start all 12 games for the Hurricanes this past season. Miami has now had five underclassmen declare for the 2012 draft, including running back Lamar Miller, wide receiver Tommy...
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December 16, 2011
Here we go again.
Another University of Miami underclassman is leaving the Hurricanes early to enter the 2012 NFL Draft.
This time it's 6-4, 320-pound offensive tackle Brandon Washington, who played his junior season at left tackle after being named an All-ACC left guard as a sophomore in 2010.
Former Hurricanes receiver Aldarius Johnson, who graduated from Miami Northwestern...