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AP Photo/Bill Haber Even though the NFL season has ended, there is something new that football fans now have to look forward to: the Alliance of American Football . While former NFL and college football talent looking for another shot at professional football, there are several former Miami Hurricanes standouts playing in the AAF.
MANDURAH'S Louis Hedley is making waves after signing with the University of Miami Hurricanes on February 5. The Hurricanes announced the signing of Hedley as part of their National Signing Day. At 193cm and 97kg, Hedley's recruitment to Miami was well received. It's signing day somewhere.
Diaz had been hired as the Head Football Coach at Temple Just 12 days before Richt announced his retirement as the Head Coach of the Miami football program. Diaz was criticized roundly by many in the Temple football community and some national football writers for leaving the Owls so soon.
ESPN and Sports Illustrated are among the national media outlets praising the Miami football Surge '19 after the Hurricanes added four players during the national signing day on February 6. Virtually every major media outlet labeled the Miami Surge '19 class among the losers during the early signing period in December.
The Miami Hurricanes and coach Manny Diaz continue to beef up their South Florida-heavy 2021 recruiting class with the commitment of Northwestern wide receiver Romello Brinson
The restructuring of the Miami football program's recruiting staff shows how serious Manny Diaz is about elevating the Hurricanes to the next level. He is running the Miami football program more like a business and less like the old boys network that seems prevalent across college football.