Quincy Roche, former edge rusher for the Miami Hurricanes, has officially signed with Klutch Sports Group for his representation in the 2021 NFL Draft. Roche, a graduate transfer from Temple University, recorded 45 total tackles (27 solo), and 4.5 sacks in his lone season for the Hurricanes. Roche’s impressive season led to his decision to opt-out of Miami’s Cheez-It Bowl game vs. Oklahoma State and enter the NFL Draft. He is currently projected to be drafted in the second round of this year’s draft, along with two of his Hurricanes teammates, Jaelan Phillips and Gregory Rousseau, both edge rushers.
Klutch, headed by Rich Paul, is a mammoth of a sports agency, representing some of the biggest names in sports, such as LeBron James, Anthony Davis, and Alvin Kamara. Klutch also represents 2020’s #2 overall NFL Draft pick, Chase Young, who is a candidate to win Defensive Rookie of the Year. Roche is in good company, with Klutch representing eight Pro Bowl nominees and an AP 2nd Team All-Pro Athlete.