How are Miami Hurricanes QBs Progressing in Spring Practice

CHARLOTTE, NC - DECEMBER 02: Malik Rosier /
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Jackson also reported that Perry has a tendency to turn his back to his own offensive backfield when he “spins out of trouble”.  The Palm Beach Post’s Matt Porter reported that Perry’s arm strength and mobility are exceptional and his strengths.

"“Perry has the strongest arm on the roster, with the ability to flick passes far downfield. The Ocala native has a nice touch, and changes speeds better than anyone. He is not thick of frame (listed at 6-foot-4 and 185 pounds), but moves quickly in the pocket.”"

Porter also reported that the media is only allowed to watch 20 minutes of each practice and that any game simulation drills are private except for the spring game on April 14.

The man who would be snapping Perry the ball, Miami Hurricanes center Tyler Gauthier spoke about Perry’s growth and how is he is progressing this spring.

"“It seems like some first-year quarterbacks, they’re not vocal because they don’t want to say the wrong thing,…Now, you can tell he’s more assertive. He’s going to walk in there and he wants eyes on him in the huddle. He’s going to make a play call and we’re going to run it and that’s the way it’s going to be. It’s definitely good to see him step up as a leader like that.”"