Bob Conley’s Week 8 Miami Hurricane PFF All Stars

A forgettable contest at Hardrock found the offense logging their worst overall grade of the season with a microscopic 55.1. With the grades struggling after losing starter and last week’s Offensive Week 7 PFF All-Star QB Tyler Van Dyke, a loss was inevitable. Now onto my week 8 Miami Hurricane PFF ALL Stars.

The Defense logged their second-highest game of the season (best vs P5) at 81.4. The Canes secondary posted their first 90 of the season, in Coverage.

Offensive All-Star:

Henry Parrish Jr.

Offensive Grade- 66.4

Stats: 11 Attempts for 63yards (33 Total Snaps Played)

Advanced Stats: 5.7 ypa, 24 yards after contact, 2 Breakaway runs, and 5 first downs

Welcome back! Though the run game continues to struggle, Henry Parrish Jr specifically graded 68.3 in the run game, with 3 runs of 10+ yards. Good things happen when Parrish runs the ball and I for one would like to see him get over 15 carries vs Virginia’s 73rd-ranked rush defense.

Defensive All-Star

Leonard Taylor

Defensive Grade- 90.0 Defense Overall

Stats: 33 Snaps played, 1 tackle, 7 total pressures

Advanced Stats: 1 Stop (tackle that constitutes a “failure” for the offense), 2 QB hits, 5 hurries

Disruption and Pressure. Taylor had the highest Pass Rush grade for interior linemen, 91.4. Taylor’s overall grade on Defense and specifically pass rush has really jumped in 2022 doubling his Total pressures through 7 this year.

Season All-Star Watchlist:

Lou Hedley

Punting Grade- 75.4

Among Power 5 Punters Lou Hedley grades 15th in the nation and ranks 6th among them in Net Yards per Punt. Hedley has landed 11 of 18 punts inside the 20. Hedley also boasts one of the lowest yards per return at 2.6 (min 10 punts). Finding himself on many collegiate award watchlists Lou Hedley is firmly in the running to be Miami’s PFF Season All-Star.

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