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Quarterbacks shine as Hurricanes wrap up spring practice

Perry, Martell, Williams show why they have chance to be starter

ORLANDO, Fla. – This is more like it. 

The Miami Hurricanes wrapped up spring practice with their final scrimmage Saturday in Orlando, and each quarterback showed why he has a legitimate shot to win the starting job in the fall. 

N'Kosi Perry once again stood out, throwing for 145 yards and two touchdowns.

Tate Martell threw for 154 yards and two touchdown passes on 6-of-10 passing.

Jarren Williams started slowly, only throwing six times and completing four passes. He finished with 44 yards and an interception but did throw a late touchdown to Will Mallory.