As a scout for the Carolina Panthers, former Miami and NFL quarterback Ken Dorsey is helping to try and turn Carolina into the same consummate winner he was with the Hurricanes.
Dorsey posted a 38–2 record as a starter at Miami. When he left Coral Gables, Dorsey was the most prolific QB ever in a program full of them. He was at his best during the Hurricanes’ 2001 national title season, which ended with him being named co-MVP of the 2002 Rose Bowl.
He also led Miami back to the following year’s BCS title game, where the Hurricanes lost to Ohio State.
After college, Dorsey spent six seasons in pro football — three with the 49ers (2003–2005), one with the Browns (2006–2008) — and one in the CFL, with the Toronto Argonauts in 2010. He was hired as a Panthers scout in August 2011 after previously working for IMG’s Madden Football Academy.
His Hurricanes face Notre Dame at Soldier Field on Saturday. Ken Dorsey profile