November 20, 2007

Will TE fit into Miami's plans?

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Ft. Lauderdale Dillard High School TE Bo Reliford has always wanted to be a Hurricane.

He received a scholarship letter from UM last year, but then earlier this year and into the season he wasn't hearing from Cane coaches.

That changed a few weeks ago. Now he's getting calls from coach Jeff Stoutland.

"He likes that I can catch, run, do whatever they need," Reliford said. "He said he wants me there a lot.

"He wants me to come to the school after I get my test scores, says they're going to get some senior film on me. I'll commit when I go there. So after the test, sometime in January, I'll go there and commit. I want to be a Hurricane."

Reliford has 20 receptions for over 350 yards with eight touchdowns this season

Reliford's coach, Keith Franklin, says, "He's 6-7, 240, is just a great kid on and off the field, a kid that can play tight end or wide receiver. Wherever he plays he'll be a great contribution to the program.

"He's the next Antonio Gates."

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