Hurricanes players excited to play ‘attacking style defense’ under Manny Diaz

Hurricanes defensive coordinator Manny Diaz. (Instagram.com/mattyports) The Hurricanes defense is in the middle of a major overhaul. Under Al Golden and Mark D’Onofrio, the unit used mostly a 3-4 scheme. But Miami’s new defensive coordinator Manny Diaz is introducing a totally different scheme — a blitz-heavy 4-3 setup. Hurricanes players noticed the difference during spring...
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June 09, 2016

Summer check-in: Miami Hurricanes S Jamal Carter

CORAL GABLES — Catching up with Hurricanes safety Jamal Carter, who enters his senior year as a projected starter … Safeties Jamal Carter (left) and Robert Knowles. (Matt Porter) He’s got a lot to prove. Carter, who played behind Deon Bush, Rayshawn Jenkins and Dallas Carter last year, has started three of 38 games. He’s one of UM’s most impressively built defenders...
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June 08, 2016

WATCH: Miami's Rayshawn Jenkins Ejected For Targeting After Making Flying Hit On Washington State Receiver

The worst way to end your football season is with a loss, but there is one way for a player's season to come to an end that is worse than losing--not playing. Thanks to the targeting rule the season for Miami's Rayshawn Jenkins ended a couple quarters early.He didn't make helmet to helmet contact, but he shouldn't have left his feet. Read more »
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December 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami player sends message to fair-weather fans

Hurricanes safety Rayshawn Jenkins had a message for fans of the team who are overly critical about Miami’s 34-23 loss at Cincinnati on Thursday.  Jenkins, a junior from Tampa, posted a fiery message on his Instagram account Saturday evening, calling for fans who don’t support the team in good times or bad to “stay off the bandwagon” when Miami bounces back.  “We stand...
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October 03, 2015

Healthy Miami safety Jenkins ready to get back to work

Rayshawn Jenkins didn't get rusty during his year away from football, just smarter. The Miami Hurricanes safety missed the entire 2014 season after having surgery to fix a herniated disc last August and said that he is back and better than before. “I feel like I got wiser,” Jenkins told the Miami Herald. “I’m more intelligent about the game. I can say my football intelligence...
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July 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Finally healthy, Hurricanes S Rayshawn Jenkins has high expectations

What can the Hurricanes expect out of Rayshawn Jenkins this season? According to Jenkins, a leaner, more intelligent version of the playmaking safety they had two years ago. When fall practices begin in early August, the redshirt junior from St. Petersburg will don pads for the first time in 20 months. After a promising 2013 season, Jenkins suffered a back injury that caused him...
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July 01, 2015

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