Miami signed Sanu on Tuesday, and he was ready to go by the time practice began on Wednesday. He has experience in McDaniel’s system, working with the coach in San Francisco and Atlanta during their careers.
Sanu donned the No. 16 jersey for the first time in his career. The last player to wear No. 16 was Antonio Callaway in 2020.
Previously, Sanu had worn No. 6 (currently belongs to Trill Williams), No. 12 (retired – Bob Griese), No. 14 (Trent Sherfield) and No. 18 (Preston Williams). If Sanu were to make the team, some of these numbers could open up for him to take by then.
As far as practice goes, the only notable play he made was a 10-yard reception from Bridgewater.