A leap forward in the Miami 2023 football recruiting class is expected

The Miami football program recently moved up to 19th place in the 2023 class with commitments from twins Bobby and Robby Washington of Killian High School. Brian Dohn of 247 Sports called the Hurricanes one of them “The teams are ready to make the leap on the recruitment path in 2023.”

In addition to Washington, Miami has an engagement from four-star offensive guard Antonio Tripp and three-star wide receiver Lamar Seymor. Head coach Mario Cristobal and the Miami football team gained strength in March with visits from several blue players.

Miami currently has the third best class in 2023 at the ACC behind Louisville, which is eighth at the national level, and Florida State, which is 10. Dohn stated the goal for Miami as “When Looking at a program like Miami … it’s based on making a rise in the conference and updating the talents on the roster before looking at higher goals. ”

“With the quality of the player that Mario Cristobal and his team are winning over Miami, and Cristobal’s proven recruiting skills in Oregon and his strong ties to South Florida, the Hurricanes are expected to be able to bring the top 10 again. .

Miami last finished in the top 10 in 2018 in eighth place overall. Miami has four commitments, including four-star Robby Washington, a Miami Killian athlete, and four-star offensive lineman Antonio Tripp of Owings Mills (Md.) McDonogh. Miami Radar players … should be exciting for Hurricanes fans.

Just in the top 50, Miami is heavily involved in the corner defender Lakeland (Fla.) Lake Gibson Cormani McClain… American Heritage recipient Brandon Inniss, Denton (Texas) Ryan Anthony Hill, Orland (0) Jones linebacker Malik Bryan

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