Dolphins’ Holland, who performed for UM’s Cristobal at Oregon, has a message for Canes followers
A six-pack of Miami Hurricanes notes on a Tuesday:
▪ For those that have already misplaced some religion in Mario Cristobal after a 5-5 begin to his Hurricanes reign, considered one of his former high gamers provided a plea for persistence in latest days.
“Rome wasn’t built in one day,” Dolphins security Jevon Holland, who performed for Cristobal at Oregon, informed me Friday.
“I don’t understand why people think it’s that’s quick. He’s coming in, trying to make things happen, which obviously he’s doing. It’s a slow process. Give it some time, man! Jesus, stop being so impatient! And quote that!
“Tell them I said stop being so impatient, give the man time to work, get recruiting classes in there and get the regime and standard established so he can have his people in there, the types of guys he wants in there.
“I’m sure there are a lot of guys on the team now that are already the type of guys he wants. It’s just taking a minute to establish a standard. Let the man go to work like I know he can.”
Cristobal stated just lately that his program is “not for everybody.”
So what do you must succeed enjoying for him?
“You have got to love the game,” Holland stated. “That’s basically it. If you don’t love the game, you’re not going to succeed because he’s passionate about playing. You see that in how he coaches. He’s passionate about the game.
“If you’re not the type of guy that wants to succeed or be the best you can be, there’s going to be some turmoil between you and the coach and it just won’t work out. He’s too wired, too high strung, too focused, too locked in about the game to be [giving less than full effort].”
▪ Quarterback Jacurri Brown’s efficiency in opposition to Georgia Tech (14 for 19 for 136 yards and three TDs throwing and 19 rushes for 87 yards) was very encouraging, and he may turn out to be a particular participant if he can enhance his intermediate and deep throws.
He overthrew receivers on two lengthy passes Saturday, and coaches (quarterback coach Frank Ponce and/or an impartial coach) might want to work with him on mechanics this offseason.
Offensive coordinator Josh Gattis acknowledged Monday that Brown should work on his contact.
“It does take time and concentrated effort [to improve that],” Gattis stated. “He’s continued to improve his fundamentals. Coming out of high school he was more known as a runner. So that’s a key piece to his game that he wants to continue to improve. He’s taking those steps. Any freshman player, it’s always going to take time to fully develop.”
▪ The receiver snap counts from Saturday’s recreation in opposition to Georgia Tech make clear how this employees views its expertise on the place: Colbie Young (57), Frank Ladson (37), Xavier Restrepo (31; however nonetheless working his approach again from harm); Jacolby George (24), Brashard Smith (23); Michael Redding (5).
Romello Brinson didn’t play.
All of these gamers have remaining eligibility after this season, however the group assuredly will probably be upgraded this offseason. Young has two years remaining.
▪ Young guards Anez Cooper and Laurance Seymore performed effectively in opposition to Georgia Tech.
Seymore “could have gone in the tank when he wasn’t playing earlier, but he just kept working,” Gattis stated. “Injuries led to his opportunity, and he’s capitalized. One of his greatest strengths is his ability to move, really good lateral movement. And he’s a fighter. Our guys fought on Saturday. That’s a key thing that stood out, how hard we played. And that’s something you can’t coach.”
▪ Two switch pickups who’ve performed lower than anticipated: cornerback Daryl Porter, who hasn’t been capable of overtake DJ Ivey and performed 13 snaps in opposition to Georgia Tech, and UCLA switch Caleb Johnson (11 snaps in opposition to the Yellow Jackets).
After experimenting with two pure center linebackers (Corey Flagg Jr. amd Johnson) enjoying collectively earlier this month, UM as an alternative performed Flagg with freshman Wesley Bissainthe, who impressed in his 46 snaps and is clearly a constructing block transferring ahead.
▪ With Jacob Lichtenstein and Jared Harrison Hunte injured and Leonard Taylor leaving through the recreation with a knee harm, UM was short-handed at defensive deal with Saturday and used freshman Ahmad Moten for 13 snaps, UAB switch Antonio Moultrie for 30, and Jordan Miller for 17.
Starter Darrell Jackson performed 43 and like Taylor, needs to be a fixture on this line transferring ahead.
▪ Bob Wischusen and Dan Orlovky name Saturday’s 3:30 p.m. UM-Clemson recreation on ESPN… ACC Network picked up the 8 p.m. finale in opposition to Pittsburgh at Hard Rock Stadium.
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