Miami’s leading receiver from 2020, Mike Harley is back for one more year. One of the reasons for optimism surrounding the 2021 Miami Hurricanes is the fact that several key players are returning for another season, and few are more important than wide receiver Mike Harley.
So you want to get to Charlotte? Here’s what has to happen for the Hurricanes The very anticipated 2021 season for the Miami Hurricanes is quickly approaching, and Manny Diaz and his team are eager to build off their 8-3 record from last year.
Holley looks to convert his losing to FIU dances to sack dances in 2021. Jalar Holley is a former three-star defensive tackle prospect from Buford High School in Georgia but lists his hometown as Queens, NY.
The Miami Hurricanes need to score more touchdowns in the red zone. This could definitely help. The “Summer of Steal” is still upon us friends. We know that the Miami Hurricanes can score some more touchdowns inside the red zone.
This is the a series where I will be exploring future non-conference opponents that I would like to see Miami face down the road. This list is based on the likelihood of actually happening, the prestige of the opponent, and the potential benefits (i.e., recruiting exposure) that could come from it.