Local bookies found out that the Miami Hurricanes’ 2014 season will start with a real freshman playing at quarterback, and price per head agents aren’t too surprised with their decision, considering the player’s skills.
The Hurricanes’ fans were thrilled to learn that on Sunday, Al Golden announced that who else but Brad Kaaya will start at quarterback when Miami’s offense takes on Louisville, in a game that is eagerly anticipated by pay per head agents everywhere.
Local bookies found out that the player was able to top Jake Heaps for the QB position, who only a couple months back made a move from Kansas to Miami. And price per head agents can see that even though there’s much more experience in Heaps than there is in Kaaya, Golden seems to want to use the freshman’s services instead. Local bookies following the Hurricanes know how much talent Kaaya has in the sport, and many Live betting fans believe that he could be the perfect addition to the team.
Pay per head services saw that Kaaya was one of the main attractions in Miami’s recruiting class of 2014, as they learned that according to the composite rankings of 247Sports.com, the QB – who many price per head believe could turn out to be a real rising star – got a ranking as the No. 7 pro-style QB, and many Live betting fans familiarized with the player can fully understand why he got that high ranking.
Local bookies believe that the decision made to pick Kaaya as Miami’s starting quarterback in their season’s opening game is a very interesting one, as in September, the Hurricanes will then take on Nebraska and Louisville in games that many Live betting fans are very eager to see. Price per head agents believe that the player will have a difficult task ahead of him, but many Live betting fans are confident that he will prove to be a key asset for the Hurricanes, and can’t wait to see how the player will perform when he hits the field.