Miami's class in holding pattern
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Ryan: I am interested in your opinion on how the Class of '06 is doing for the Miami Hurricanes this year. I think they have unfortunately had to play early and are doing an adequate job. I also want you to comment on Miami's 2007 commits and top prospects.
Craig: The Class of 2006 has seen several players contribute so far this year, especially on the offensive side of the ball. Offensive tackle Jason Fox has started at right tackle since the first game and has done well, all things considered. He was a big tight end at North Crowley High in Texas who quickly made the transition to tackle in college. Naturally, there have been rough spots, but you can not be disappointed at the job he has done.
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