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Miami Hurricanes football recruiting update

Key losses

QB Robert Marve, DE Eric Moncur, CB Randy Phillips, LT Reggie Youngblood

Oral commitments (11)

Ray Ray Armstrong

Sanford Seminole, ATH

6-4/218

Bryce Brown

Wichita (Kan.) East, RB

6-0/215

Dyron Bye

Sanford Seminole, DE

6-4/215

A.J. Highsmith

Hightower (Texas), ATH

6-0/186

Prince Kent

Norcross (Ga.), ATH

6-3/195

Lamar Miller

Miami Killian, RB

5-11/205

Jamal Reid

Mayo Lafayette, ATH

6-1/175

Luther Robinson

Fort Pierce Westwood, DT

6-3/280

Kayvon Webster

Miami Monsignor Pace, DB

5-11/181

Jared Wheeler

Plantation, OL

6-5/310

Cory White, Orange Park Fleming Island, TE

6-4/225

Early enrollees

RB Mike James (Ridge), OL Jermaine Johnson (Fort Lauderdale Aqui­nas), DB Brandon McGee (Plantation), TE Stephen Plein (Fort Myers), DT Curtis Porter (West Charlotte, N.C.), DE Olivier Vernon (Hialeah American), OL Brandon Washington (Miami Northwestern).

Hot prospects

Bryce Brown is considered the top prospect in the nation by Rivals.com. But in recent weeks, he has hinted he could back out of his commitment. Ray Ray Armstrong and Sanford Seminole teammate Dyron Bye are nationally acclaimed and two huge commitments. Armstrong made a big impact playing quarterback and safety; Bye made his presence felt with 65 tackles.

Izzy Gould, Times staff writer

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Miami Hurricanes football recruiting update 01/17/09 [Last modified: Saturday, January 17, 2009 10:39pm]
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