Assessing Miami’s depth on offense after spring


Building depth is an endless quest in major college football.


That’s especially the case for Miami head coach Mario Cristobal, who takes over a Hurricanes team 7-5.


This article seeks to examine the depth Miami possesses on offense after Spring Football Month.


In this article, we give a score to the beginners projected at each position, then a depth score to assess the talent of the replacements.


We also highlight areas where post groups have improved in the spring and share one area that still needs to be answered for each post.


After the spring game, Cristobal enjoyed the progress the Hurricanes made in all 15 practices.


“You wish you had 15 more of these practices, but you don’t,” Cristobal said. “So now it’s about player choices and decisions in order to take the next step. We have to grow and we have to be mature. Everyone has 100 days until the first game, so what are you going to do? to do with these 100 days? I know what we want to see. We want to see a team that plays with tenacity, passion, physicality and resilience. To get there, it’s not a magic formula and there’s no secret sauce or sleight of hand The Canes have to get to work.

Read on to see what Miami’s offensive depth looks like heading into the summer.