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Rosenhaus Sports Lands Three Players From University of Miami

Miami Hurricanes quarterback Stephen Morris (17) throws a pass during the second quarter of the Russell Athletic Bowl against the Louisville Cardinals at Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rob Foldy-USA TODAY Sports
Miami Hurricanes QB Stephen Morris is among three former UM players to sign with Drew Rosenhaus. Photo Credit: Rob Foldy-USA TODAY Sports

Florida-based Rosenhaus Sports Representation, led by NFLPA Certified Contract Advisor, Drew Rosenhaus, tapped into its own area recently, signing three players from the University of Miami-Florida: quarterback Stephen Morris, wide receiver Allen Hurns and punter Pat O’Donnell. lists Morris as the No. 14 rated quarterback in the 2014 Draft.  A native of Miami, Florida, Morris was plagued with an Achilles strain much of his senior season, leading to some questions of where he might land in this year’s Draft.  He finished his career with close to 8,000 yards passing, 49 touchdowns, and 30 interceptions.  Morris will participate in the Reese’s Senior Bowl, which is January 25 in Mobile, Alabama.  He will be separately represented by Encore Sports for marketing opportunities.

“Every draft class seems to have an enigma prospect at the quarterback position, and Morris definitely fits that description as a very perplexing and polarizing player,” according to  “He has a golden arm to effortlessly spin the ball anywhere on the field with the athleticism and toughness to match, and was a standout at the Manning Passing Academy in 2013 while performing next to the likes of Johnny Manziel and A.J. McCarron.”

Hurns — also a native of Miami, Florida — had his breakout season in 2013, grabbing 62 receptions for 1,162 yards and six touchdowns.  He has accepted an invitation to play in the East-West Shrine Game on January 18 at Tropicana Field.

According to, O’Donnell is the No. 2 ranked punter in the upcoming Draft.  His career-longs were 76 and 71, with 2013 being his career-best season where he booted 53 punts for a 47.1 average.