Brock Berlin
QB | (6'1", 221, 4.98) | Miami (FL)

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Overall: After signing with Florida as the most highly recruited high school quarterback in his class, Berlin elected to transfer to Miami and sit out one season (2002) because of NCAA regulations. The bar was set high because of his rankings coming out of high school and the fact that he was following in the footsteps of QB Ken Dorsey, but no matter how you cut it; Berlin was a miserable disappointment as a first-year starter for the Hurricanes in 2003. He wound up throwing more interceptions (17) than touchdowns (12) and was eventually benched in favor of Derrick Crudup. Berlin returned as the fulltime starter as a senior in 2004. He struggled again early in 2004 but played his best football from the second half of the Louisville game on. Berlin finished completing 56-percent of his attempts for 2,680 yards with 22 TD's and six INT's. Berlin has played ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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