News:Phillip Dorsett caught six balls for 103 yards and a touchdown Saturday at Virginia.
Analysis: It's a long overdue performance from Phillip Dorsett, who was poised for a huge season in September, before managing just 81 total yards in his last four games. The inconsistency will make him a risky play over the final two weeks.
News:Phillip Dorsett caught two passes for 27 yards Thursday against Virginia Tech.
Analysis: After two explosive performances in late September, Phillip Dorsett has managed just eight catches for 81 yards in his last four games.
News:Phillip Dorsett caught just two passes for 15 yards Saturday against Florida State.
Analysis: Since his explosions in Weeks 4 and 5, Phillip Dorsett now has just five catches for 54 yards in his last three games, and continues to struggle with confidence. Hopefully he uses his Week 9 bye to clear his mind.
News:Phillip Dorsett caught just one pass for six yards Saturday against Notre Dame.
Analysis:Phillip Dorsett dropped two sure touchdowns on the team's opening drive, and another pass later in the first half. Expect him to bounce back in a big way next Saturday against North Carolina in a game that figures to be a shootout.
News:Phillip Dorsett caught seven passes for a career-high 191 yards and two touchdowns Saturday against North Carolina State.
Analysis:Phillip Dorsett had 184 yards last Saturday at Georgia Tech, and has clearly developed into Stephen Morris's top target.
News:Phillip Dorsett caught nine balls for a career-high 184 yards and a touchdown Saturday at Georgia Tech.
Analysis: He did have a fumble, but routinely got behind the defense to make big plays. It's a nice breakout performance from Phillip Dorsett, and hopefully a sign of things to come.
News:Phillip Dorsett caught six passes for 49 yards Saturday against Bethune-Cookman.
Analysis:Phillip Dorsett stepped up as Allen Hurns sat out, and doubled his totals for the season. Given the mediocre passing stats coming out of Coral Gables, Dorsett isn't much of an option.
News:Phillip Dorsett was identified by offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch as the team's fastest player, the Miami Herald reports.
Analysis: The 'Canes are replacing their top two wideouts from a year ago, which accounted for 1,420 yards and 11 touchdowns. Phillip Dorsett figures to be used much like Travis Benjamin was a season ago, and is a terrific breakout candidate in ACC heavy leagues.
News: Though no official announcement has been made, reports are beginning to circulate that Miami wide receiver Tommy Streeter will leave school for the NFL.
Analysis: Reading the source here, it seems like agent Drew Rosenhaus is in one ear, and head coach Al Golden is in the other. Streeter certainly looks like an NFL receiver, but only has a 12 game sample to offer. It'd a pretty big blow to a Hurricane receiving corp that also loses Travis Benjamin and LaRon Byrd. Allen Hurns and Phillip Dorsett figure to open spring atop the depth chart, and the 'Canes currently have four verbally committed pass catchers.