Miami Hurricanes Receiving Attention, Wideouts May Be Best in Country

Posted by David Mayer on September-23-2009 Add Comments

Over the last few years, there have been multiple problems the Hurricanes have had to face: lack of quality high school commitments, poor quarterback situations, and largely, some very poor receivers.

Not since Ken Dorsey are we seeing an aerial attack we have gotten so accustomed to watching.

Obviously, a great reason for Miami's early season success is the offensive linemen and Jacory Harris, but I am looking even a little deeper. 

The wideouts are one of the largest reasons why Miami has looked so good.

They went from zero to hero in one year.  Granted, there was potential last year.  Lenard Hankerson was a decent receiver, but the problem was his hands. 

Travis Benjamin and La...

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