If Miami Hurricanes tight end David Njoku falls to 22nd (a possibility, though not a great one), nobody who’s been paying attention should be surprised if Njoku becomes only the fourth Miami Hurricane to stay in town as the Fins’ No. 1 draft pick.
If Miami Hurricanes tight end David Njoku falls to 22nd (a possibility, though not a great one), nobody who’s been paying attention should be surprised if Njoku becomes only the fourth Miami Hurricane to stay in town as the Fins’ No. 1 draft pick. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com
If Miami Hurricanes tight end David Njoku falls to 22nd (a possibility, though not a great one), nobody who’s been paying attention should be surprised if Njoku becomes only the fourth Miami Hurricane to stay in town as the Fins’ No. 1 draft pick. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com

Greg Cote

April 20, 2017 7:19 PM

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Greg Cote has been a Miami Herald sports columnist since 1995 and also writes the Random Evidence blog and NFL predictions along with his notorious sidekick the Upset Bird. He has covered Hurricanes football (1984-88), the Dolphins (1990-91) and major events including Super Bowls, NBA Finals, World Series, Stanley Cup, Olympics and World Cup.
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