Four Hurricanes enter their final seasons having caught the eye of the folks at the Senior Bowl.
Wide receiver Stacy Coley, offensive guard Danny Isidora and safeties Jamal Carter and Rayshawn Jenkins were on the watch list released by the nation’s premier senior showcase.
That doesn’t disqualify other players from being selected to the game. More could be added to the list as the season goes on.
Coley (6-1, 195), expected to be Miami’s No. 1 receiver, ranked second on the team as a junior with 47 catches, 689 yards and four touchdowns. He did that despite an offseason hamstring injury that limited him in the first half of 2015 (and caused him to miss two games entirely). Coley’s 67-yard touchdown catch against Virginia was Miami’s longest play of the season from scrimmage. He ranks 10th all-time at UM in career all-purpose yards (3,056) and could become the fourth Hurricanes player to reach 4,000 career all-purpose yards.
Jenkins (6-2, 210), who ranked second on the team with three interceptions last year, was also UM’s fourth-leading tackler (52). In 36 games career games (21 starts), he has seven interceptions, 12 pass break-ups and 125 tackles.
Carter (6-1, 215) started one of 12 games and ranked seventh in tackles (48). He has started three of 38 career games, has 80 tackles, seven pass break-ups and two picks.
Isidora (6-4, 305) has started the last 26 games, mostly at right guard.