Three-year letterman for the Hurricanes as a defensive lineman.
Signed with Miami in 1997 and played extensively as a freshman before redshirting in 1998 to recover from an injury
Hurtt returned to the lineup and saw extensive action in 1999 and 2000 before an injury prior to the 2001 season ended his playing career.
Bowl Games Coached 2002: Rose 2003: BCS National Championship 2004: Orange 2004: Peach 2006: MPC Computers 2008: Emerald 2010: Beef `O'Brady's 2011: Belk 2013: Sugar
Established himself as one of the nation's top recruiters, putting the Cardinals on the national scene with five stellar recruiting classes
Named Top 50 Recruiter by 247 Sports
The 2011 class was the best in the history of the school, ranking 22nd by ESPN.com, 29th by Rivals.com and 33rd by Scout.com. Hurtt was recognized by ESPN.com as the National Recruiter of the Year in 2011
Continues to develop young talent on the defensive line, including Marcus Smith, who has 9.5 sacks in the last two seasons
In 2011, the Cardinals finished 21st in the nation in sacks and 22nd in tackles for loss, as the Cardinals ranked 10th in the nation against the run with a 100.54 average
Helped the Cardinals finish sixth in the nation in sacks and 29th in tackles for loss after the Cardinals were ranked 58th and 63rd, respectively, in 2009 -- the year prior to Hurrt's arrival
Hurtt signed the top recruiting class in the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2008 and 2009, while with the Hurricanes.
Signed the No. 1 recruiting class in the country in 2008, according to ESPN.com. The 2009 class was ranked in the top 10 in the country as six of the signees were ranked in the ESPN.com Top 150.
Hurtt tutored some of the top young defensive line athletes in the country in 2008, including freshmen Marcus Robinson and Marcus Forston, who earned Freshman All-America honors that season.
In 2007, the Miami defensive line featured Arizona Cardinals' second-round selection Calais Campbell. Campbell ranked third on the team with 85 tackles from his defensive end spot. UM's defensive line recorded 27.5 sacks while the Hurricane defense led the ACC.
The 2006 Hurricanes' defense set a school record for allowing the fewest rushing yards in a season -- 67.9 yards per game, breaking the previous mark of 69.1 yards per game set in 1989.
Team finished with 5-6 record under head coach Don Strock
Tutored Antwan Barnes who was a first-team All-Sun Belt selection and the school's first NFL draft pick