Six Miami players named semifinalist for major awards

Miami has totally settled themselves as one of the most profitable and appealing exchange destinations by possibilities from around the nation because of the achievement the program has brought to folks searching for second chances.

Be that as it may, Miami may have set the bar considerably higher in light of the fact that on Monday six Hurricanes were named as semi-finalists for national awards at their positions and five of them came to Coral Gables via the transfer portal.

Quarterback D’Eriq King, a Houston graduate exchange, was put on the waitlist for the Davey O’Brien, Maxwell and the Johnny Unitas Award. He has tossed for 2,331 yards and 20 scores, while adding 467 yards with four additional scores on the ground this year.

Defensive end Jaelan Phillips, a UCLA relocate, has added up to 6.5 sacks and 14 handles for misfortune through nine games this year and was named a semifinalist for the Chuck Bednarik Award given to the country’s top defensive player.

Safety Bubba Bolden was set on the serious Jim Thorpe Award watch list given to the nation’s top defensive back. The USC move and Las Vegas local leads the group with 52 handles and four forced bungles.

Kicker Jose Borregales, who is FIU’s unequaled driving scorer, procured a spot from Lou Groza Award advisory group. He is 17-19 on the year on field objectives with a season high of 57-yards and has been amazing on each of the 34 additional point endeavors.

Australian punter Lou Hedley, who came to Miami from the City College of San Francisco, was named a semifinalist for the Ray Guy Award given to the country’s top punter. He is averaging 47.2 yards per punt, which positions fourth nationally.

Later Monday evening, the University of Miami reported that tight end Brevin Jordan made the cut for the John Mackey Award for the second back to back season. The lesser, who named a finalist for the honor as a sophomore, is fourth in the group with 340 getting yards and second with four score gets notwithstanding just playing in six games this season.

Miami is set to have North Carolina at Hard Rock Stadium this upcoming Saturday at 3:30 p.m. The game will be nationally broadcast on ABC.

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