Miami 2022 depth chart projection after spring football


What will the Miami Hurricanes look like when they take to the field in the 2022 season?

In this era of football’s transfer portal, rosters are constantly changing, but Spring Football Month has given a good idea of ​​how both depths will look for UM this year.

This article seeks to project the depth chart at two depths when the Hurricanes kick off the 2022 season on September 3 against opponent FCS Bethune-Cookman.

Spring Football was a good starting point for the Mario Cristobal era, with the new coaching staff doing a good job of growing the current roster and getting them in position to make plays. Reigning Broyles Award winner Josh Gattis installed his multiple, powerful attacking style that spreads the ball while veteran defensive coordinator Kevin Steele emphasized tackling and defensive physics.

Miami has seen positional groups like running back, tight end, offensive line and secondary take big steps forward from the 2021 season.

As the summer months approach, Miami will now continue the process of developing the strength and conditioning program as well as the skills work that takes place during the summer.

“You would have liked to have had 15 more practices, but you haven’t,” Cristobal said after the spring game. “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.


How do we project Miami’s 2022 two-deep roster at this point (yes, more transfers are likely to come)?

Read on for a look.