The Miami Hurricanes announced Wednesday depth cornerback Terrance Henley will transfer and leave the Hurricanes football program.
“I talked to Terrance and he felt like he would have more opportunities for playing time at another program,” coach Mark Richt said in a statement according to the Palm Beach Post. “We wish him all the best in his future plans.”
Henley played in three games last year, mostly on special teams. The Hurricanes picked up grad transfer Dee Delaney, junior college transfer Jhavonte Dean and freshman Trajan Bandy this offseason, so it was possible Henley would see even less of the field this fall. The Palm Beach Post speculated that he was ranked seventh on the Miami cornerback depth chart.
And more talented corners are on their way to Miami. The Hurricanes have already landed five defensive backs for the 2018 recruiting class. Four of those defensive backs are ranked among the top 20 in the country according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.
Henley came to Miami as an unranked prospect during the 2015 recruiting class. It is unclear where he is considering to transfer.