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

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2020 Paradise Camp attendees


5-star TE Darnell Washington

Miami could potentially have the best unit of tight ends in college football history in 2020. Brevin Jordan and Will Mallory will be juniors and Dominic Mammarelli has already committed to Miami for the next recruiting cycle. If the Hurricanes can get a commitment from Washington it would be difficult to debate that point.

Washington is an absurd 6’8 250 pounds per Ivins. He is the 11th ranked player in the Class of 2020, the top-ranked tight end and the top-ranked player in Nevada. With Jordan also a homegrown Las Vegas star, that might give the Hurricanes an edge in getting a commitment from him.

5-star RB Don Chaney (Miami commit)

4-star ATH Ladarius Tennison

4-star DL Elijah Roberts

4-star DE Jaylen Harrell

4-star S Avantae Williams

4-star WR Bryan Robinson

Getting Robinson back on campus after he de-committed from Miami earlier this month is critical. The Palm Beach Central star seems to be leaning towards Florida State. That shift likely has a lot to do with Seminoles WR coach Ron Dugans. Dugans was on Mark Richt’s offensive staff at Miami for the last three years.

4-star WR Leonard Manuel (Florida commit)

4-star WR Thaiu Jones-Bell (Alabama commit)

4-star QB Tyler Van Dyke (Miami commit)

4-star S Jaiden Francois (Miami commit)

4-star WR Marcus Fleming (Miami commit)

4-star DT Willie Moise (Miami commit)

4-star S Keshawn Washington (Miami commit)

Incoming freshman LB Samuel Brooks signed with the Miami football program in February after de-committing in December following Diaz accepting the head coaching job at Temple. The Hurricanes hope to be able to convince Ladarius Tennison and Avantae Williams to do the same after their de-commitments.