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Miami QB Jarren Williams should command transfer market respect after solid debut season

When the news broke that former Houston quarterback D’Eriq King was transferring to Miami, I had two initial reactions. One was that it was positive news for Miami’s offense because King is an ideal fit for what new offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee likes to do with his offenses. The second was wondering what it would mean for ex-Hurricanes starter Jarren Williams.

Miami had a lot of problems in 2019, but Jarren Williams wasn’t one of them. Williams, a four-star member of Miami’s 2018 class from Lawrenceville, Georgia, was something of a surprise last year. With N’Kosi Perry handling a lot of the starting duties for Miami in 2018 and a high-profile transfer like Tate Martell coming in from Ohio State last summer, not many were giving Williams a shot at winning the starting job with the Hurricanes going into the fall. He did, though. And all things considered, he played well.

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