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Taylor Edwards Set to Make Impact for UMass

Former No Limit Hurricanes star TE Taylor Edwards is determined to make an impact for the UMass Minutemen in 2018.  After suffering an injury that kept him sidelined for the 2016 season, the staff is very excited to have the ability to utilize Edwards in the offense for the upcoming season. 

Coming out of A.I. Dupont High School, Edwards was a 3-star recruit as a wide receiver. Taylor received several Division-1 offers, including teams such as UConn, Colorado State, Old Dominion, Wake Forest, Delaware, and of course UMass as well. Though it was a tough decision, Taylor felt he could make the greatest impact on the field for UMass right away - ultimately leading to his decision to sign and enroll at the school.

Former Hurricane Signs as a Free Agent with Pittsburg Steelers

Pitt’s sensational and No Limit Hurricane's Own Quadree Henderson added another remarkable achievement in 2018 by signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers as a Free Agent.  We are looking forward to seeing Quadree wear the Black and Yellow as he represents for the First State.

 

Quadree Henderson has been recognized by the NCAA as a Consensus All-American.  

Henderson was named a first team All-America kick returner by three organizations (FWAA, Sporting News and Walter Camp). He was named a second-team all-purpose player by the AP and AFCA. Because each of the five teams has a different way of listing the returner or all-purpose player, the Consensus All-America team treats those categories as one position

Henderson (Wilmington, Del./Alexis I. du Pont) is the first All-America return man in Pitt history. He had four returns for touchdowns in 2016, including a nation-leading three on kickoffs. Henderson ranked second in the country in combined kick return yards (1,121) and fifth in kickoff return average (31.1).

Leah Still Now Two Years Cancer Free

Former Hurricanes star Devon Still has a very big reason to celebrate - his daughter Leah is officially 2 years cancer free!!

Still posted the good news Saturday with an old pic from the hospital visit when Leah first learned she had cancer, with caption, "No matter how hard it got we never gave up. So today, we celebrate your strength and perseverance Leah! I love you more than you could ever possibly know." 

You'll remember, Leah stole hearts not only in the football community, but around the world during her battle ... attending her dad's games and helping to raise thousands of dollars for cancer research.

 

Way to go, Leah!!

Quadree Henderson on Heisman Mission

If the Pitt Spring Game showed anything it’s that Quadree Henderson will be just as electric this season as he was last year. Henderson finished with 189 all-purpose yards (84 rushing, 53 receiving, 52 kick return) and a 30-yard touchdown run. He led the Gold Team in rushing and receiving yards. His most impressive play came on a 54-yard run where he zig-zagged across the field, making defenders miss.  “He was apologizing, probably jokingly, to me in the locker room about all the big plays he made,” said quarterback Max Browne, who played for the Blue Team. Running back Chawntez Moss chuckled when asked what it was like to watch Henderson, “That reverse is nasty,” he said. “That reverse, man. He’s a squirrel, little squirrel out there. It’s hard to touch him. Being on the opposite side of him today just made me realize I’m glad he’s on my team.” 

Henderson, who was an All-American last season, has even bigger goals for his junior season. The biggest? He wants to win the Heisman. “I definitely want to be an All-American again," he said. "I want to win the Heisman. It’s all up to me to put in the work.” Running backs and special teams coach Andre Powell, who also led the Gold Team, said the biggest thing for Henderson this season will be becoming more of a threat as a pass catcher. “Any time he’s got the ball, he can make a play,” Powell said. 

No Limit Hurricanes Unveil New Logo

The No Limit Hurricanes are proud to unveil their new logo, which will begin being used immediately by the organization. After using the traditional "NL" logo for the past few years, Hurricanes president Kerry Galloway Sr. decided to add some extra flavor to the Hurricanes. 

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