Miami football trending for 5-star CB Jason Marshall

Three crystal balls dropped for five-star cornerback Jason Marshall in favor of the Miami football team on Saturday. Marshall could become part of a 2021 Hurricanes recruiting class with three five-star commits.

Five-star cornerback Jason Marshall could be on the verge of announcing his college commitment and he is trending towards the Miami football program. The Hurricanes 2021 recruiting class is trending nationally as Miami is surging towards a top-five finish. Manny Diaz and his staff have been blazing the recruiting trail.

Three crystal balls for Marshall were logged on Saturday on his 247Sports profile page. Steve Wiltfong 247SportsDirector of Football Recruiting, Andrew Ivins of Inside the U and Blake Alderman of the Florida site Swamp 247 all entered their projections on Saturday that Marshall will eventually commit to Miami.

The Miami recruiting class has been trending upwards since the lockdown on in-person recruiting in the middle of March. A commitment from Marshall and commitment from his Miami Palmetto teammate Leonard Taylor would vault the Hurricanes into the top four classes nationally.

Taylor is expected to who is expected to commit to Miami on Thursday. Florida was initially thought to be the team to beat for Marshall. Marshall now appears to be Miami’s recruit to lose with Alabama a strong challenger.

Miami has not signed two five-star players in the same class, much less three since they inked linebacker Arthur Brown, defensive tackle Marcus Fortson and CB Brandon Harris in 2008 That class had 32 players. A limit of 25 players is allowed in each class under current recruiting restrictions.

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Marshall could be ready to make a commitment soon. Miami assistant director of recruiting DeMarcus VanDyke teased”They said a hurricane was coming…..” on Twitter and he did not mean Isaias. Hurricanes head coach Manny Diaz and co-defensive coordinator Blake Baker also were cryptic on twitter about coming announcements.

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