Miami football recruiting: Class of 2020 can rise with post Paradise camp commits

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Lawrence is related to former Miami CB

Corn Elder

. Elder is currently in the NFL with the Carolina Panthers. Lawrence, his parents and uncle will be in Coral Gables this weekend.

Worsham will have his mother and step-father accompanying him on his visit. Ivins reported on Friday that the potential is there for Miami to flip Worsham. The Hurricanes were able to sign four-star CB Christian Williams in the 2019 Class after he had previously been committed to the Crimson Tide.

Miami will have four five-star recruits at Paradise Camp, 19 four-star recruits, 32 three-star recruits and the remainder are not graded yet. Only recruits in the 2020 and ’21 classes have received ratings this far. The classes beyond that have not rated the players or have class rankings yet.

The 2020 and 2021 class rankings for Miami are in the top ten. The 2020 class has some cause for concern. After being in the top five, the Hurricanes 2020 class has fallen to seventh. The de-commit of WR Bryan Robinson was a major impact in the 2020 class falling.

The Hurricanes 2021 recruiting class is currently ranked first overall. That’s as much a product of quantity as it is quality. Four-star 2021 defensive end Donnell Harris de-committed from Miami earlier this month. Harris could potentially re-classify for 2020.

Ivins listed the 86 Paradise Camp attendees by class.