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2012 Miami Hurricanes football signing day class

Recruiting class
JaWand Blue, West Boca Raton LB 6-0/194
Jacoby Briscoe, Lafayette (La.) Carencro DL 6-5/310
Deon Bush, Miami Columbus DB 6-1/185
Jontavious Carter, Cordele (Ga.) Crisp County WR 6-2/200
Antonio Crawford, Plant DB 5-11/180
Gray Crow, Countryside * QB 6-3/220
Vernon Davis, Miami Coral Reef DB 5-10/175
Danny Dillard, Venice RB 6-2/212
Nate Dortch, South Fort Myers DB 5-11/168
Jelani Hamilton, Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas DL 6-5/263
Tracy Howard, Miramar DB 5-11/175
Daniel Isidora, Weston Cypress Bay OL 6-4/346
Dequan Ivery, Lake City Columbia DL 6-1/331
Angelo Jean-Louis, Palm Beach Central WR 6-0/182
Rayshawn Jenkins, Admiral Farragut DB 6-1/200
Duke Johnson, Miami Norland RB 5-9/185
D'Mauri Jones, Leesburg WR 6-4/190
Malcolm Lewis, Miramar WR 6-0/195
Robert Lockhart, Fork Union (Va.) Military WR 6-1/180
Tyriq McCord, Jefferson DL 6-3/215
Earl Moore, Hillsborough DL 6-1/295
Jake O'Donnell, Doylestown (Pa.) Central Bucks East DL 6-6/230
Gabriel Terry, Palm Beach Central LB 6-3/210
David Thompson, Miami Westminster QB 6-2/206
Herb Waters, Homestead WR 6-2/172
* Already enrolled

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