Of the Miami cornerbacks in the above photo, which was taken during 2016 fall practices, only three remain in the picture.
One who isn’t: Terrance Henley, who recently left the team. According to a post on his Instagram account, Henley has landed at Southern Illinois, an FCS school. SIU did not immediately confirm his arrival.
Malek Young (12), Michael Jackson (28) and walk-on Tyler Murphy (32) are the only corners from last year’s crew still competing for time. Corn Elder (29) and Adrian Colbert (25) graduated, and Sheldrick Redwine (22), a junior, moved to safety and could start this fall.
Henley (21) and Ryan Mayes (27) left the program. The school announced Mayes’ departure Thursday. It did not give an official reason. It may be related to the reason UM gave regarding Henley’s July 5 departure.
Coach Mark Richt said in a UM release at that time he “talked to Terrance and he felt like he would have more opportunities for playing time at another program. We wish him all the best in his future plans.”
Henley, from Pompano Beach, played in three games for Miami last year.
MIAMI PRESEASON 2017
Offseason features, news
A sit-down with Richt, Parts I-IV
Miami gearing up for QB battle
Perry learning, adjusting, impressing
UM’s offense will depend on Walton
Quarterman leading Miami’s defense
LBs motivated by UM’s ‘ghosts of greatness’
Richards hoping to be All-American
Berrios tired of hype
‘The Playmaker’ high on Richards
Winston: Perry’s going to be ‘really good’
Cager angling for a comeback
Richt on swag | Says ‘The U is back’
Richt has really strong sandwich takes
Willis takes leave | Gone: Mayes | Odogwu | Haskins
Other fun stuff
CanesFest set for Aug. 12
Analyzing the 2017 schedule
The Guide to Watching Miami Football
A visual history of Miami football stadiums
Exclusive look at UM’s new alternate jerseys
UM jersey numbers have meaning
The Glossary of Canes player nicknames
Thomas produces music for DJ Khaled
Fun facts from the 2017 media guide
Projecting Miami’s 2018 draft class
Miami’s over-under: 9 wins
UM picked to win the Coastal
Porter’s preseason All-ACC ballot, predictions