MiamiHerald / Some buzz from UM spring practice through five sessions:
” Quarterback N’Kosi Perry has improved, but one observer said his deep ball is not as good as Malik Rosier’s even though Perry’s arm is excellent.
Perry sometimes spins out of trouble when he’s under pressure and ends up turning his back on a play – in other words toward his own backfield. But that can be corrected.
And there has been overall growth in his game. He’s playing more relaxed.
Miami Hurricanes young talent impressing in spring football
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