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2012 Miami Hurricanes football recruiting update

Miami

Key losses: WR Travis Benjamin, TE Chase Ford, OL Harland Gunn, QB Jacory Harris, OL Tyler Horn, RB Lamar Miller, DB JoJo Nicolas, DL Adewale Ojomo, DL Vernon Olivier, LB Sean Spence, WR Tommy Streeter, OL Brandon Washington, DB Mike Williams.

Oral commitments (25)

PLAYER POS HT/WT SCHOOL
Jacoby Briscoe DT 6-4/290 Lafayette (La.) Carencro
Deon Bush DB 6-1/185 Miami Columbus
Jontavious Carter WR 6-4/202 Cordele (Ga.) Crisp County
Vernon Davis DB 5-10/175 Miami Coral Reef
Danny Dillard RB 6-2/205 Venice
Nate Dortch DB 5-11/168 South Fort Myers
Ladarius Gunter DB 6-2/200 Fort Scott (Kan.) CC
Jelani Hamilton DE 6-5/250 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas
Dwayne Hoilett DE 6-3/214 Vero Beach
Brandon Holifield TE 6-5/210 Tallahassee Godby
Larry Hope DB 5-11/165 Miami American
Daniel Isidora OL 6-3/330 Weston Cypress Bay
Angelo Jean-Louis Ath 6-0/185 Wellington Palm Beach Central
Rayshawn Jenkins DB 6-2/185 Admiral Farragut
Randy Johnson RB 5-9/180 Miami Norland
D'Mauri Jones WR 6-4/190 Leesburg
Malcolm Lewis WR 5-10/170 Miramar
Robert Lockhart WR 6-2/180 Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy
Tyriq McCord DE 6-3/222 Jefferson
Earl Moore DT 6-1/280 Hillsborough
Reggie Northrup LB 6-2/218 Jacksonville First Coast
Jake O'Donnell DE 6-6/233 Doylestown (Pa.) Central Bucks East
Gabriel Terry DE 6-3/210 Wellington Palm Beach Central
David Thompson QB 6-2/195 Miami Westminster Christian
Herb Waters WR 6-1/170 Homestead
Early enrollees (7)
Gray Crow QB 6-3/220 Countryside
Preston Dewey QB 6-3/205 Austin (Texas) St. Andrew's Episcopal
Ereck Flowers OL 6-6/315 Miami Norland
Taylor Gadbois OL 6-8/300 Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy
Ladarius Gunter DB 6-2/200 Fort Scott (Kan.) CC
Raphael Kirby LB 6-0/208 Stone Mt. (Ga.) Stephenson
Josh Witt LB 6-2/208 Weston Cypress Bay

Hot prospects: The Hurricanes remain in the running for several of the top remaining uncommitted recruits. Scottsdale, Ariz., five-star athlete Davonte Neal still has a visit scheduled and won't make a final decision until after signing day. Eddie Goldman, the No. 1 DT from Washington, and No. 5 DT Leonard Williams out of Daytona Beach Mainland also remain strong possibilities for coach Al Golden's program. Also still scheduled to make a visit is four-star DT Darius Hamilton from New Jersey Don Bosco Prep, and OT Avery Young from Palm Beach Gardens will take his final official visit with the Hurricanes before making his decision.

Antonya English, Times staff writer

2012 Miami Hurricanes football recruiting update 01/21/12 [Last modified: Saturday, January 21, 2012 9:15pm]
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