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The 2001 Miami Hurricanes - WOW (1 Viewer)

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Granted I'm young, but I can't recall when a college team had this much successful talent on its roster at once. Want these guys on your teams now?

RB - Willis McGahee, Clinton Portis, Frank Gore, Najeh Davenport

WR - Reggie Wayne, Andre Johnson

TE - Kellen Winslow, Jeremy Shockey

IDPs

DL - Vince Wilfork, Jerome McDougle

LB - Jonathan Vilma, DJ Williams

DB - Sean Taylor, Ed Reed, Mike Rumph, Phillip Buchanon

Just for good measure, Bryant McKinnie was also on this team. Fill in the holes with just average players and I swear this team would contend for at least the NFC Championship.

 
funny I was just thinking about that team as I watch the game. I also think that was the most talented college team I have even seen.

 
Pretty amazing. But Reggie Wayne wasn't on that team. He graduated in 2000 along with Santana Moss. Both just missed the 2001 team by 1 year.

 
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per Gianmarco's link:

No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School/JC

97 Larry Anderson DT So. 6-4 257 Kissimmee, FL/Osceola

41 Frank Bayless FB So. 6-0 240 Akron, Ohio/East

52 Steve Adzima OL Fr. 6-2 255 Wallington, NJ/Wallington

9 Kevin Beard WR So. 6-2 182 Plantation, FL/Plantation

79 Robert Bergman OL Fr. 6-5 275 Bakersfield, CA/Bakersfield

65 Martin Bibla OG Sr. 6-4 300 Mountaintop, PA/Crestwood

31 Phillip Buchanon CB Jr. 5-11 182 Fort Myers, FL/Lehigh

64 Rashad Butler OL Fr. 6-5 290 Palm Beach Gardens, FL/Dwyer

48 Chris Campbell LB Sr. 6-2 225 Mt. Pleasant, TX/Mt. Pleasant

13 Freddie Capshaw P Jr. 5-11 190 Rock Springs, WY/Rock Springs

60 Vernon Carey OL So. 6-5 363 Miami, FL/Northwestern

90 Thomas Carroll DL Fr. 6-5 220 Lakewood, NJ/Lakewood

45 Howard Clark LB Jr. 6-1 224 Pennsauken, NJ/Pennsauken

12 Jair Clarke CB R-Fr. 5-11 173 Newport News, Virginia/Hampton Roads Academy

40 Kyle Cobia FB R-Fr. 6-2 231 Lakeland, FL/Lakeland

85 Ennis Crafton TE Jr. 6-3 225 Cypress Creek, FL/Cypress Creek

18 Derrick Crudup QB R-Fr. 6-1 202 Deerfield Beach, FL/Deerfield Beach

47 Ken Dangerfield LB Jr. 6-2 230 Patterson, LA/Patterson

4 Najeh Davenport RB Sr. 6-2 245 Miami, FL/Central

11 Ken Dorsey QB Jr. 6-5 210 Orinda, CA/Miramonte

30 Alex Duk WR Fr. 6-2 205 San Diego, CA/Francis Parker

68 Joe Fantigrassi OL Jr. 6-4 270 Fort Lauderdale, FL/Western

27 Markese Fitzgerald CB Sr. 5-11 186 St. Petersburg, FL/Dixie Hollins

54 Alex Garcia OL R-Fr. 6-1 275 Miami, FL/Columbus

3 Jason Geathers WR So. 6-3 210 Delray Beach, FL/Spanish River

33 Mark Gent K Fr. 6-1 203 Fort Lauderdale, FL/St. Thomas Aquinas

73 Joaquin Gonzalez OT Sr. 6-5 292 Miami, FL/Columbus

32 Frank Gore RB Fr. 5-10 190 Coral Gables, FL/Coral Gables

43 Jarvis Gray FB So. 5-10 264 Hawthorne, FL/Interlachen

98 Cornelius Green DE Sr. 6-4 250 Houston, TX/Aldine/Kilgore JC

55 Jamaal Green DE Jr. 6-3 257 Camden, NJ/Wilson

83 Aaron Greeno TE So. 6-4 1/2 241 Denver, CO/Regis Jesuit HS

74 Sherko Haji-Rasouli OL Jr. 6-6 326 Toronto, Ontario, Canada/J.A. MacDonald

92 Orien Harris DL Fr. 6-4 280 Newark, DE/Newark

62 Chris Harvey LS So. 6-3 303 Accoville, WV/Man

35 Quadtrine Hill RB Fr. 6-2 210 Sunrise, FL/Piper

22 Kelly Jennings DB Fr. 6-0 170 Live Oak, FL/Suwanee

5 Andre Johnson WR So. 6-3 220 Miami, FL/Miami Senior

1 Daryl Jones WR Sr. 5-10 184 Dallas, TX/Carter

76 Carlos Joseph OL R-Fr. 6-6 322 Miami, FL/Edison

94 William Joseph DT Jr. 6-5 297 Miami, FL/Edison

59 Brad Kunz OL R-Fr. 6-7 315 Carlyle, IL/Carlyle

46 Michael Langley CB R-Fr. 6-0 188 Machipongo, Va./Northampton

37 Jean Leone DB Fr. 6-0 170 Miami, FL/Jackson

23 James Lewis SS Sr. 5-11 196 Piscataway, NJ/Piscataway

15 Dan Lundy K So. 6-0 191 Daytona Beach, FL/Mainland

30 Jeff Malley DB Fr. 6-1 190 St. Petersburgh, FL/Shorecrest

25 Alfonso Marshall DB So. 6-1 182 Clewiston, FL/Clewiston

24 Marcus Maxey DB Fr. 6-3 190 Navasota, TX/Navasota

49 Darrell McClover LB So. 6-2 215 Coconut Creek, FL/Coconut Creek

95 Jerome McDougle DE Jr. 6-4 270 Pompano Beach, FL/Ely/Hinds CC

2 Willis McGahee RB R-Fr. 6-1 225 Miami, FL/Central

67 Joe McGrath OL So. 6-5 288 Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada/Vanier Academy

50 Roger McIntosh LB Fr. 6-3 220 Gaffney, SC/Gaffney

78 Bryant McKinnie OT Sr. 6-9 335 Woodbury, NJ/Woodbury/Lackawanna JC

69 Kyle Morgan DL Fr. 6-4 245 San Francisco, CA/Galileo

77 Chris Myers OL R-Fr. 6-5 280 Miami, FL/Palmetto

57 Javon Nanton LB Fr. 6-2 215 Miami, FL/Springs

15 Buck Ortega QB Fr. 6-5 213 Miami, FL/Gulliver Prep

84 Roscoe Parrish WR Fr. 5-9 165 Miami, FL/Miami Senior

34 Jarrett Payton RB So. 6-2 205 Arlington Heights, IL/St. Viator

28 Clinton Portis RB Jr. 5-11 195 Gainesville, FL/Gainesville

19 Troy Prasek QB Jr. 6-2 193 Mims, FL/Astronaut

63 Scott Puckett OL Sr. 6-3 283 Duncanville, TX/Duncanville

20 Edward Reed FS Sr. 6-0 198 St. Rose, LA/Destrehan

96 Miguel Robede DL Fr. 6-5 261 Montreal, Quebec, Canada/Vieux

70 Joel Rodriguez OL R-Fr. 6-3 277 Miami, FL/Pace

6 Antrel Rolle DB Fr. 6-1 205 Homestead, FL/South Dade

66 Brett Romberg C Jr. 6-3 293 Windsor, Ontario, Canada/Belle River District

8 Mike Rumph CB Sr. 6-2 190 Delray Beach, FL/Atlantic

7 Ethenic Sands WR Jr. 6-0 177 Miami, FL/Carol City

29 James Scott DB Jr. 6-2 193 Pomona Park, FL/Crescent City

39 LaVaar Scott DE Jr. 6-3 253 Sebring, FL/Sebring

86 Brandon Sebald TE Fr. 6-6 240 Accord, NY/Roundout Valley

88 Jeremy Shockey TE Jr. 6-6 236 Ada, OK/Ada/NE Oklahoma JC

16 Todd Sievers K Jr. 6-3 215 Ankeny, IA/Ankeny

36 Maurice Sikes DB So. 5-11 194 Miami, FL/Pace

53 James Sikora OL So. 6-5 267 Marathon, FL/Marathon

12 Nate Smith WR So. 6-0 205 Elizabethtown, PA/Elizabethtown Area HS

93 John Square DE R-Fr. 6-5 225 Houston, TX/Yates

26 Sean Taylor DB Fr. 6-3 220 Miami, FL/Gulliver Prep

61 Tony Tella OL Fr. 6-5 265 Houston, TX/Madison

56 Santonio Thomas DT So. 6-4 296 South Bay, FL/Glades Central

51 Jonathan Vilma LB So. 6-2 211 Coral Gables, FL/Coral Gables

52 Tariq Vlaun OL So. 6-2 300 Houston, TX/Humble

38 Carl Walker LB So. 6-3 199 Jacksonville, FL/Jackson

91 Matt Walters DT Jr. 6-5 263 Melbourne, FL/Eau Gallie

58 Jarrell Weaver LB So. 6-3 203 Miami, FL/Northwestern

21 Jermell Weaver DB So. 6-2 190 Miami, FL/Northwestern

75 Vince Wilfork DT Fr. 6-2 338 Boynton Beach, FL/Santaluces

72 Ed Wilkins OG Jr. 6-4 318 Plainfield, NJ/Plainfield

99 Andrew Williams DE Jr. 6-4 260 Tampa, FL/Hillsborough/Hinds CC

82 David Williams TE R-Fr. 6-3 226 Miami, FL/Northwestern

17 D.J. Williams LB So. 6-2 244 Concord, CA/De La Salle

44 Leon Williams LB Fr. 6-4 220 Brooklyn, NY/Canarsie

80 Robert Williams TE Sr. 6-4 240 Dallas, TX/Bishop Lynch

71 Jim Wilson OL Jr. 6-5 248 Hollywood, FL/Chaminade-Madonna

81 Kellen Winslow II WR Fr. 6-5 210 San Diego, CA/Scripps Ranch

 
Pretty amazing. But Reggie Wayne wasn't on that team. He graduated in 2000 along with Santana Moss. Both just missed the 2001 team by 1 year.
That team must have had Edge too. So what? Subtract Winslow and Gore for Edge and Wayne to get the 2000 team?
 
Pretty amazing. But Reggie Wayne wasn't on that team. He graduated in 2000 along with Santana Moss. Both just missed the 2001 team by 1 year.
That team must have had Edge too. So what? Subtract Winslow and Gore for Edge and Wayne to get the 2000 team?
No, they didn't have Edge. And I'm simply pointing out that your original post is incorrect. The 2001 did NOT have Reggie Wayne.ETA---A lot more difference in that 2000 team than what you're trying to say.GoreMcGaheeSean TaylorWilforkWinslowRolleParrishThose guys were all freshman on the 2001 team and weren't on the 2000 team. Thus, the 2001 was more stacked than the 2000 team.
 
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Pretty amazing. But Reggie Wayne wasn't on that team. He graduated in 2000 along with Santana Moss. Both just missed the 2001 team by 1 year.
That team must have had Edge too. So what? Subtract Winslow and Gore for Edge and Wayne to get the 2000 team?
No, they didn't have Edge. And I'm simply pointing out that your original post is incorrect. The 2001 did NOT have Reggie Wayne.ETA---A lot more difference in that 2000 team than what you're trying to say.GoreMcGaheeSean TaylorWilforkWinslowRolleParrishThose guys were all freshman on the 2001 team and weren't on the 2000 team. Thus, the 2001 was more stacked than the 2000 team.
Gotcha. My bad. They could still beat my college team :lmao:
 
NFL Starting lineup:

QB: Ken Dorsey

RB: Clinton Portis

FB: Frank Gore

WR: Andre Johnson, Reggie Wayne

TE: Kellen Winslow II, Jeremy Shockey (2 TE set)

LT: Bryant McKinnie

LG: Martin Bibla

C: Brett Romberg

RG: Vernon Carey

RT: Joaquin Gonzalez

LE: Vince Wilfork

DT: Orien Harris

DT: William Joseph

RE: Jerome McDougle

OLB: DJ Williams

MLB: Jonathan Vilma

OLB: Roger McIntosh

CB: Phillip Buchanon

CB: Kelly Jennings

Nickel CB: Antrel Rolle

FS: Ed Reed

SS: Sean Taylor

KR/PR: Roscoe Parrish (also WR3)

K: Todd Sievers (currently in Arena Football League)

Besides QB and some holes in the O-line and the shortage of 1 starting-caliber OLB, this is a pretty solid NFL team.

 
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NFL Starting lineup:QB: Ken DorseyRB: Clinton PortisFB: Frank GoreWR: Andre Johnson, Reggie WayneTE: Kellen Winslow II, Jeremy Shockey (2 TE set)LT: Bryant McKinnieLG: Martin BiblaC: Brett RombergRG: Vernon CareyRT: Joaquin GonzalezLE: Vince WilforkDT: Orien HarrisDT: William JosephRE: Jerome McDougleOLB: DJ WilliamsMLB: Jonathan VilmaOLB: Roger McIntoshCB: Phillip BuchanonCB: Kelly JenningsNickel CB: Antrel RolleFS: Ed ReedSS: Sean TaylorKR/PR: Roscoe Parrish (also WR3)K: Todd Sievers (currently in Arena Football League)Besides QB and some holes in the O-line and the shortage of 1 starting-caliber OLB, this is a pretty solid NFL team.
Ed Reed was seriously still there in 2001?Either way, that has got to be the most stacked college team, looking back or not, Ive ever seen - Reg Wayne or notI guess it makes sense the U isnt on that level anymore, but how did they dropoff that fast?!?The U is an ACC afterthought right now,and needs big help since theyre not in the Big East anymore to regain their post
 
NFL Starting lineup:QB: Ken DorseyRB: Clinton PortisFB: Frank GoreWR: Andre Johnson, Reggie WayneTE: Kellen Winslow II, Jeremy Shockey (2 TE set)LT: Bryant McKinnieLG: Martin BiblaC: Brett RombergRG: Vernon CareyRT: Joaquin GonzalezLE: Vince WilforkDT: Orien HarrisDT: William JosephRE: Jerome McDougleOLB: DJ WilliamsMLB: Jonathan VilmaOLB: Roger McIntoshCB: Phillip BuchanonCB: Kelly JenningsNickel CB: Antrel RolleFS: Ed ReedSS: Sean TaylorKR/PR: Roscoe Parrish (also WR3)K: Todd Sievers (currently in Arena Football League)Besides QB and some holes in the O-line and the shortage of 1 starting-caliber OLB, this is a pretty solid NFL team.
Im pretty sure thats the DJ Williams for DEN, no? you dont consider him a starting caliber LB?
 
Pretty amazing. But Reggie Wayne wasn't on that team. He graduated in 2000 along with Santana Moss. Both just missed the 2001 team by 1 year.
That team must have had Edge too. So what? Subtract Winslow and Gore for Edge and Wayne to get the 2000 team?
This is kinda funny to me, only because Im sure Edge was a rookie in 99, and I consider Wayne to be a good bit younger than him somewhat, but apparently hes only 1 yr younger or soI totally remember seeing McGahee blow his knee out when I was in a hotel lobby after my first Phish show about 6 years ago (early 2002) is my estimate, yet theres only 1-2 yr difference between them.....crazy
 
NFL Starting lineup:QB: Ken DorseyRB: Clinton PortisFB: Frank GoreWR: Andre Johnson, Reggie WayneTE: Kellen Winslow II, Jeremy Shockey (2 TE set)LT: Bryant McKinnieLG: Martin BiblaC: Brett RombergRG: Vernon CareyRT: Joaquin GonzalezLE: Vince WilforkDT: Orien HarrisDT: William JosephRE: Jerome McDougleOLB: DJ WilliamsMLB: Jonathan VilmaOLB: Roger McIntoshCB: Phillip BuchanonCB: Kelly JenningsNickel CB: Antrel RolleFS: Ed ReedSS: Sean TaylorKR/PR: Roscoe Parrish (also WR3)K: Todd Sievers (currently in Arena Football League)Besides QB and some holes in the O-line and the shortage of 1 starting-caliber OLB, this is a pretty solid NFL team.
Im pretty sure thats the DJ Williams for DEN, no? you dont consider him a starting caliber LB?
I was referring to McIntosh. I guess he's a capable starter, he's just gotta prove himself. DJ Williams is a fine NFL LB.
 
yinzer said:
Brady Marino said:
NFL Starting lineup:

QB: Ken Dorsey

RB: Clinton Portis

FB: Frank Gore

WR: Andre Johnson, Reggie Wayne

TE: Kellen Winslow II, Jeremy Shockey (2 TE set)

LT: Bryant McKinnie

LG: Martin Bibla

C: Brett Romberg

RG: Vernon Carey

RT: Joaquin Gonzalez

LE: Vince Wilfork

DT: Orien Harris

DT: William Joseph

RE: Jerome McDougle

OLB: DJ Williams

MLB: Jonathan Vilma

OLB: Roger McIntosh

CB: Phillip Buchanon

CB: Kelly Jennings

Nickel CB: Antrel Rolle

FS: Ed Reed

SS: Sean Taylor

KR/PR: Roscoe Parrish (also WR3)

K: Todd Sievers (currently in Arena Football League)

Besides QB and some holes in the O-line and the shortage of 1 starting-caliber OLB, this is a pretty solid NFL team.
Ed Reed was seriously still there in 2001?Either way, that has got to be the most stacked college team, looking back or not, Ive ever seen - Reg Wayne or not

I guess it makes sense the U isnt on that level anymore, but how did they dropoff that fast?!?

The U is an ACC afterthought right now,and needs big help since theyre not in the Big East anymore to regain their post
Larry Coker
 
yinzer said:
Brady Marino said:
NFL Starting lineup:

QB: Ken Dorsey

RB: Clinton Portis

FB: Frank Gore

WR: Andre Johnson, Reggie Wayne

TE: Kellen Winslow II, Jeremy Shockey (2 TE set)

LT: Bryant McKinnie

LG: Martin Bibla

C: Brett Romberg

RG: Vernon Carey

RT: Joaquin Gonzalez

LE: Vince Wilfork

DT: Orien Harris

DT: William Joseph

RE: Jerome McDougle

OLB: DJ Williams

MLB: Jonathan Vilma

OLB: Roger McIntosh

CB: Phillip Buchanon

CB: Kelly Jennings

Nickel CB: Antrel Rolle

FS: Ed Reed

SS: Sean Taylor

KR/PR: Roscoe Parrish (also WR3)

K: Todd Sievers (currently in Arena Football League)

Besides QB and some holes in the O-line and the shortage of 1 starting-caliber OLB, this is a pretty solid NFL team.
Ed Reed was seriously still there in 2001?Either way, that has got to be the most stacked college team, looking back or not, Ive ever seen - Reg Wayne or not

I guess it makes sense the U isnt on that level anymore, but how did they dropoff that fast?!?

The U is an ACC afterthought right now,and needs big help since theyre not in the Big East anymore to regain their post
Larry Coker
To reiterate...Larry Coker. Dude won a national championship with somebody else's talent. Most alumn thought it was a mistake selecting him, most thought the mistake was clear come his 2nd year, most alumn wanted him gone well before he was fired...but have heart, based on the 1st 3 quarters of last night's game, and the freshman talent, and perhaps just as important Shannon...the U should be fine sometime within the next 2 years.

You want to check how long the U had top-quality talent, go bask to the late 1980s. Not only were they churning out LBs, WRs and RBs...but Jim Kelly, Bernie Kosar and Vinny Testaverde all came through within I believe a 4-year span

 
Some from the 1987 squad...

Brian Blades

Michael Irvin

Melvin Bratton

Daniel Stubbs

Randy Shannon. :unsure:

Benny Blades

Bubba McDowell

Jeff Feagles

Randal Hill

Those were the starters...unless you are an old guy, many you probably do not recognize...Bratton might have been one of the most talented RBs to come through Miami...just to blow out his knee late his senior year. And in 1987, a blown knee was the kiss of death...

 

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