The University of Miami’s football program sees a lot of its former players come back to campus to train in the offseason. Antrel Rolle is one of those players.
The former Hurricanes defensive back, now a safety in the NFL for the New York Giants, played for Miami from 2001-04. He won a national championship and a unanimous first-team All-American as a senior in 2004. Following his collegiate career, Rolle was picked by the Arizona Cardinals with the No. 8 pick in the NFL Draft.
Rolle, 31, is likely nearing the end of his football career. He wants to make the final years of his NFL career, count, though. Rolle spent much of this offseason training at Miami and he thinks his spring and summer workouts will result in the best year of his career this fall.
Of all the things college football programs can offer to recruits, Miami’s affluence of NFL players that train on campus is as good as it gets.