The Hurricanes had another reason to celebrate on July 4, as UM landed their highest-ranked recruit since 2010 in five-star offensive tackle Francis Mauigoa. The 6-foot-5 prospect is the best offensive tackle and the ninth overall recruit in the country, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.
Today, UM added to their 2024 recruiting class by flipping four-star cornerback Antione Jackson from the Georgia Bulldogs. Jackson committed to UGA in March 2022 but continued to signal that his recruitment was not completely closed.
“One of the biggest reasons I picked Miami was because of the relationships I built and already had with the coaching staff and the way they made me feel like I was a part of the family,” Williams told 247sports. “I was just so familiar with Coach Cristobal and a few other coaches from them being a part of the Oregon staff previous to Miami.”
“It’s a real dynasty over there,” Stafford said on the livestream. “My play style, everything I do, [fits with] the Miami Hurricanes … I feel like coach [Mario] Cristobal is doing something special over there.”
The Miami Hurricanes made another splash on *insert date* as they secured the commitment of Miami native and four-star wide out Nathaniel Joseph.
Miami just felt like home when I went there the second time,” Rashada said on CBS. “Miami is California vibes, so I guess that’s what set it off a little bit. Coach Gattis [and] Coach Cristobal, those are two proven coaches that can show that they’re all about winning.”
The Miami Hurricanes continued to build their 2023 recruiting class on Monday as the Milton, Fla. native Emory Williams pledged his commitment to Miami, marking the third recruit to do so in UM’s 2023 recruiting class in the past week.
Miami has brought in its second wide receiver transfer commit of the cycle in the highly touted Colbie Young from Lackawanna (Pa.) Community College.
Tight end Reid Mikeska committed to Miami on Sunday night, joining recently committed Jackson Carver as the two tight ends in UM's 2023 recruiting class.
The Miami Hurricanes football program picked up their sixth recruit in the Class of 2023 on Tuesday afternoon. After an official visit this weekend,...
"We couldn’t finish them off," said Miami head coach Gino DiMare. "Obviously, here at our ballpark we played pretty well all year long, but at the end of the day we didn’t score runs and we didn’t swing the bat. It’s very tough to swallow right now."
The Rebels were led by their pitching in their 2-1 victory against Ole Miss in the second round of regionals.