Miami Hurricanes Paradise Camp Breakdown with QB Analysis

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - SEPTEMBER 3: Malik Rosier
MIAMI GARDENS, FL - SEPTEMBER 3: Malik Rosier /
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Phommachanh had the most live arm and really delivered the ball with over the top essential 12-6 trajectory. The Dual threat from Connecticut was an intriguing prospect and essentially was in rhythm with his throws. Phommachanh also was in form on roll outs.

Neither signal caller had any fall off on extending out routes leading to the theory that they could make all the throws necessary. In line drills, both stood out immediately with sound arm mechanics and no glaring throwing hitches.

Ultimately all the camp quarterbacks struggled at times with accuracy. This is very explainable because quarterbacks have essentially zero familiarity with receivers. One component that is not favorable to their inaccuracy, however, is the fact the camp really limited the route tree.

I personally can not recall a single post corner being completed on the night. The seven route is high on the route tree, but ultimately this route was the most poorly thrown. Downfield placement was essentially nonexistent.

Slants, ins, comebacks, verticals, post-corners, and posts were essentially the steadfast mainstay in one on ones and seven on sevens. I agreed with this stripped down philosophy because it essentially regulated some of the “and one” mix tape routes which are common in camp circuits.

Where as the customary stutter-go-post-stop-post was not in rotation, simple slants and comebacks were being not completed with reckless abandon. I walked away intrigued with certain prospects but ultimately felt some refinement was needed on the whole.

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With fall camp just around the corner, the signal caller always will be the most scrutinized. Whereas the paradise campers have two years to develop, the 2017 Miami starter is not afforded such luxury. Buckle up. A starter will emerge soon.