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Miami Hurricanes 2009 football recruit commitment list

Name Pos. Ht/Wt. School
Aravious "Ray Ray" Armstrong DB 6-4/215 Sanford Seminole
Malcolm Bunche OL 6-5/315 Newark (Del.)
Dyron Dye DE 6-5/230 Sanford Seminole
Shayon Green LB 6-2/235 Tifton (Ga.) County
A.J. Highsmith QB 6-0/190 Fort Bend (Texas) Hightower
* Mike James RB 5-11/220 Davenport Ridge
* Jermaine Johnson OL 6-6/304 Hargrave (Va.) Acadamy, St. Thomas Aquinas
Prince Kent DB 6-3/195 Norcross (Ga.)
* Brandon McGee DB 5-11/180 Plantation
Lamar Miller RB 5-11/205 Miami Killian
Stephen Plein OL 6-6/250 Fort Myers
* Curtis Porter DL 6-0/344 Charlotte (N.C.) Victory Christian
Jamal Reid DB 6-1/175 Mayo Lafayette
Luther Robinson DL 6-3/281 Fort Pierce Westwood
Billy Sanders TE 6-4/235 Coeur d'Alene (Idaho) Lake City
* Olivier Vernon DL 6-2/247 Miami American
* Brandon Washington OL 6-4/354 Milford (N.Y.) Acad. 6-4/354 Milford (N.Y.) Acadamy
Jared Wheeler OL 6-6/305 Plantation American Heritage
Cory White OL 6-5/235 Jacksonville Fleming Island
* Already enrolled

Miami Hurricanes 2009 football recruit commitment list 02/04/09 [Last modified: Thursday, February 5, 2009 4:33pm]
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